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VP Chiwenga Gets First Sinopharm Jab

Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care Dr Constantino Chiwenga has become the first person to be vaccinated against Covid-19 at a ceremony that signalled the commencement of the country’s vaccination programme. The VP was vaccinated just after 12pm. Zimbabwe kick-started its vaccination programme today after receiving a …

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Landmine Explodes On 9-Year-Old Hwange Girl

A nine-year-old girl from Hwange is battling for her life after a landmine exploded on her this morning while she was playing. The young girl from Simangani Ward 10 in Hwange was playing outside when she sat on a suspected landmine, which then exploded damaging her left leg and her …

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Politicians, Artists Mourn Soul Jah Love

Condolence massages from all sections continue to pour in for multi-talented Zimdancehall chanter Soul Musaka who was popularly known as Soul Jah Love. Many top politicians and artists have since sent in condolence messages signalling the amount of respect Chibaba had gained across all sections of society. MDC Alliance president …

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SA Covid-19 Strain Hits Zim, Vaccination To Start Thursday

Government has announced that the dreaded South Africa Covid-19 strain has now dominated infections being detected in the country. This was confirmed by the minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Monica Mutsvangwa during the post Cabinet media briefing on Tuesday. Mutsvangwa revealed that the first strain that was detected …

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US$7 Million Needed For Covid-19 Vaccination

Zimbabwe needs about US$ 7 million to complete its Covid-19 vaccination programme which is expected to begin this week, Nhau has learnt. Yesterday President Mnangagwa announced that the vaccination programme would begin this week but minister of health Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga would announce the full programme. According to a document …

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30 Gold Panners Trapped, Feared Dead In Kadoma

By Lovemore Chazingwa in Kadoma About 30 artisanal miners are feared dead after the mining shaft they were working in flooded at Pingo, a mining claim near Brompton Mine area. Contacted for a comment, ZRP Kadoma district spokesperson Sergeant Crymore Muriro told Nhau that they had received the report but …

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Zim dam inflows reach second high in 47 years

Zimbabwe’s dam inflows have reached the second highest level since 1974 from the start of the rainy season in October last year, Nhau has learnt. The rainy season which starts from October has so far caused most of the country’s dams to spill raising hopes for farmers who depend on …

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Temba Mliswa Freed On $20k Bail

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has been granted Z$20 000 bail by Harare magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro on charges of violating national lockdown protocols, after conducting a press conference at his Borrowdale residence yesterday. Riot police in the company of a senior officer stormed his residence in the middle of the conference …

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