#BREAKING: Zim Finally Shuts Boarders Due To Covid-19

ZIMBABWE President Emerson Mnangagwa has announced the closure of all the country’s boarder posts in a move set to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVIDー19). By Michael Gwarisa G Giving his state of the nation address on Covid19, President Mangagwa said public gatherings have also been reduced from 100 to 50. “From now on till further notice, Government discourages unnecessary travel within the country. Unnecessary visits to friends and relatives should be minimized. With immediate effect government imposes a ban on beer-halls until further notice. “It has become necessary…

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Banc ABC Quarantines Four Employees Over Covid-19

BANC ABC Zimbabwe has put four of its employees who had a meeting with Zoro Makamba, the first casualty of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Zimbabwe. By Michael Gwarisa Zoro Makamba succumbed to symptoms of Covid-19 early this morning at Wilkins Infectious disease hospital. In a statement, the banks managing director, Dr Lance Mambondiani said the deceased had visited their Mount Pleasant campus on Tuesday, 17 March, 2020 at 11:30 am where he met four of their staff members for about 15 minutes. The bank was subsequently advised that the patient had…

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#JUSTIN: Zim Records First Coronavirus Death

ZIMBABWE has recorded its first Coronavirus (Covid-19) death three days after the country recorded a first positive Covid-19 diagnosis. By Michael Gwarisa The first casualty is Zimbabwe businessman’s son and broadcaster, Zororo Makamba (30) who was admitted at Wilkins Hospital on Saturday after showing signs of Covid-19. “its a very sad day for us,” said Health and Child Care minitsy6r Permanent Secretary, Dr Agness Mahomva. The information of his death was shared by Mutumwa Mawere a Zimbabwean businessman based in South Africa who is also a close friend to the…

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#COVID-19: When Tyranny Tastes Sweeter Than Honey

THE World is currently battling one of the deadliest respiratory pandemic in the history of mankind in the form the Coronavirus which causes (Covid-19). By Michael Gwarisa The coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, in December 2019 has killed more than 14,000 people and infected more than 336,000. It has spread to at least 169 countries and territories. The World Health Organization declared it a pandemic on March 11. More than 11,000 deaths have been reported outside of mainland China, including 470 in the US. However, there is an unusual…

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