[New Zimbabwe] Less than 200 people have gone through coronavirus testing out of 16 032 returnees who arrived in Zimbabwe after the outbreak of the world pandemic, a doctors group has said.
[DW] Expats in Africa are fearing that they will be attacked over the spread of COVID-19. Europeans and Americans are leaving, and others are thinking about it as accusations that they brought the virus to Africa circulate.
[New Zimbabwe] WORKERS at a cement manufacturing company in Kwekwe reportedly scurried for cover and later refused to enter the firm’s premises when they reported to work to find their Chinese boss had returned from a three month holiday from his Asian home country.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose government has banned foreign travels among civil servants while discouraging similar excursions among rest, was this Saturday expected to jet to Namibia to attend the inauguration of the SADC country’s leader Hage Geingob.
[Namibian] NAMIBIA has recorded its third case of a coronavirus infection, after a 61-year-old German national who travelled to Namibia tested positive for the virus.
[263Chat] Mutare City Council’s infectious hospital is ill equipped to handle cases of the novel coranavirus as it needs almost US$400 000 to be refurbished Mayor Blessing Tandi has said.
[New Zimbabwe] Expelled Victoria Falls Mayor, Somvelo Dlamini, who last week sued the MDC and its leader Nelson Chamisa for throwing him out of the party and recalling him as party councillor, has withdrawn his court action.
[263Chat] UNICEF says it is concerned about the amount of fake news and misinformation on coronavirus (COVID-19) saying if left unchecked it will cause unnecessary panic around the world.
[New Zimbabwe] Victoria Falls -There is need for development programmers to unite and speak with one voice on issues affecting the young and old, and deal with their challenges holistically than separately.
[New Zimbabwe] Parliament was Wednesday forced to adjourn earlier than planned when MDC MPs angrily voiced their disapproval over the ‘shallow’ manner with which State Security minister Owen Ncube was responding to questions relating to mealie-meal shortages.