Lockdown a joke: ZCTU

WORKERS have expressed dismay over the lack of seriousness on part of the government after it exempted more companies to operate during the 21-day lockdown meant to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus (Covid-19).

Travelling Zimbos in corona horror

AS THE country struggles to deal with the deadly coronavirus at home, the government has now also been forced to rescue 107 Zimbabweans who are being detained by Tanzanian authorities in Dar es Salaam over the pandemic, the Daily News…

Harare installs street cameras

TELECOMMUNICATIONS firm TelOne has partnered the Harare City Council in installing a traffic enforcement system (street cameras) on the capital’s streets, in a move meant to bring back sanity into the city centre.

Parirenyatwa moves to end water shortages

PARIRENYATWA Group of Hospitals, which has been grappling with water challenges for some time, is working with the District Development Fund to drill more boreholes to ensure a continued supply of potable water at the national referral…

Zec suspends elections

THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has joined the endless list of companies and institutions that have suspended their activities in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) which has left over 18 000 people dead…

Zesn calls for postponement of by-elections

ZIMBABWE Election Support Network (Zesn), a network of Zimbabwean non-governmental organisations which play a central role in promoting democratic processes, particularly free and fair elections, has recommended postponement of by-elections…

Livestock farmers told to de-stock

MINISTER of Agriculture Perrance Shiri, pictured, says farmers should not sit by and watch their cattle succumbing to diseases and drought, but should instead sell part of their livestock to invest in the surviving ones.