Zimbabweans in Namibia could endure nearly two months in quarantine before getting home
Zimbabwe turns 40, but with a collapsed health system
By Staff Writer Zimbabweans living in Namibia wishing to come back home could be forced to endure nearly two months in quarantine before meeting up with their families as regional peers step up measures to slow down the spread of COVID-19. Namibia is now home to hundreds of Zimbabweans mainly in the health and education …
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Isolate COVID-19 patients in hospitals not at home, says Chikwinya
By Marshall Bwanya As Zimbabwe turns 40 today, doctors and other medical practitioners have bemoaned the collapsed state of the health sector in the country which they attribute to a deliberate lack of investment by government in the past decades. The health sector in Zimbabwe is hugely dependent on development partners, donors and foreign governments …
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Army should be part of the dialogue says Chamisa
Mbizo legislator Settlement Chikwinya says government must consider isolating COVID-19 patients in health institutions as opposed to homes where there is a possibility of spreading the virus. According to the Ministry of Health, COVID-19 patients are currently isolated at their homes were health personnel occasionally visit to monitor their situation and conditions. Currently, Zimbabwe has 10 …
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Guvamatanga was in SA looking for material for police uniforms
By Marshall Bwanya MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says the country’s military must be included in the political dialogue as a way of addressing concerns and allaying their fears. The military which ousted former President Robert Mugabe through Operation Restore Legacy in November 2017 is believed to be holding the most important key to the country’s …
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2020 National Budget: Keeping the Lights On
By Staff Reporter Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development George Guvamatanga was recently in South Africa looking for material to make police uniforms. This was revealed by Minister Mthuli Ncube in the National Assembly during the 2020 National Budget where some legislators have been calling for improved conditions of service for …
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Zanu PF bigwigs a disgrace: Chamisa
OPINION By Pearl Matibe Zimbabweans who have had to do with 18 hours of load-shedding have come to believe that there is no way out as the country exhibited a lack of capacity to produce enough electricity to meet the huge demand. Moreover, they have even changed their way of life to suit the time …
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#GraceMugabe: The Dirty Job Zimbabweans Want South Africans To Do
By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa says Zanu PF bigwigs that are seeking medical attention in foreign countries have no shame and are a disgrace to both themselves and the country. The country’s health sector has largely been left in the hands of development partners and the donor community who literary finance […]
Why Grace Mugabe need prayers
By HDN Waking up to the news that Grace Mugabe had assaulted a girl she had found with her sons using an electrical cable at a Sandton hotel in South Africa, was no shock to me at all. You might be wondering – Why? Let us take a look at the history of our First […]
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Zim is the 2nd most developed country in Africa… wait what?
By Staff Reporter NORTON legislator Temba Mliswa has called on churches to spare a moment this coming Sunday and pray for first lady Grace Mugabe so that she can get delivered from anger following a debacle with a South African model Gabriella Engels. The outspoken Mliswa who was briefing the press on a number of wide-ranging issues revealed that he was once a victim of …
(Not so) Dear His Excellency, Commander In Chief of the Armed Forces And President and First Secretary of Zanu PF, Chancellor of All State Universities, Life President of Zimbabwe and blah blah blah blah (you get the gist of it) I was watching you speak the World economic forum and besides wondering why a man […]
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