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Zimbabwe: B/Bridge Border Post Closes Tonight

Zimbabwe and South Africa will at midnight jointly close Beitbridge Border Post to non-residents with only Zimbabwean residents allowed to travel north and South African residents to move south. Cargo operations will not be interrupted. Zimra has since announced streamlined processes at Beitbridge for clearing cargo shipments that rely on …

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Zimbabwe: Police to Enforce Medical Orders

Police will fully support the medical and safety measures put in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus and will arrest those breaching the bans on gatherings and certain types of business. National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said those who defy orders compelling them to disperse will be …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Warns Schools Over Exam Fees

Parents and guardians who are turned away by school authorities for not producing cash for examination fees payments, should report to Government for corrective action to be taken. This was said by the Secretary for Primary and Secondary Education Mrs Tumisang Thabela in an interview on Tuesday. The intervention comes …

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Zimbabwe: Zim Welcomes UN Call for Sanctions Removal

Zimbabwe has welcomed the move by the United Nations Secretary General António Guterres in calling for the lifting of sanctions on all countries in light of the Covid-19 outbreak. Mr Guterres made the call in his letter to the G-20 member countries arguing that the move would allow the countries …

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Zimbabwe: Chinhoyi, Chegutu Take Action Against Coronavirus

hegutu District Hospital has closed its outpatient department to attend to emergency cases and limit the inflow of patients and visitors to the institution. President Mnangagwa on Monday announced measures to stop the spread of coronavirus and restricted hospital visits to one per day. Only one relative is allowed during …

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