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Zimbabwe has postponed the reopening of schools due to a surge in Covid-19 infections and tropical storm Chalane sweeping through the region. The government had set January 4 as the date to reopen primary and secondary schools, after many students missed class for much of 2020, as the country tried to curb the spread of Covid-19. Zimbabwe has recorded more than 13,000 cases of Covid-19 and 359 deaths.

  • Tropical Storm Chalane has reached the Mozambique Channel and meteorological services said it is expected to intensify overnight, making landfall in central Mozambique. Chalane … Read more »

  • Travellers to Zimbabwe are sleeping in their parked vehicles while waiting to cross the Beitbridge border post in Limpopo Province, where queues of trucks, taxis and cars stretch … Read more »

  • Zimbabwe’s biggest referral hospital, Parirenyatwa, has become a new hotspot for Covid-19 as senior health officials are reportedly forcing nurses to work without Covid-19 … Read more »

  • Zimbabweans will face yet another gloomy festive holiday this year as price of basic goods continue to soar well beyond the reach of many at a time authorities predict that … Read more »

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