Government Abandons Covid-19 public medical facilities

Government Abandons Covid-19 public medical facilities

Government has taken a shocking move by abandoning the capital infectious diseases hospital, Wilkins even in the wake of this raging pandemic.

Quissanga attack: Police command seized, residents flee

Quissanga attack: Police command seized, residents flee

Maputo (AIM) – The terrorist raid on the town of Quissanga, in the  northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, on Wednesday morning, cost the lives of six members of the defence and security forces, according to a report in Thursday’s issue of the independent newssheet “Carta de Mocambique”.

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

Anxiety and fear are reigning supreme in the hearts and minds of all Zimbabweans due to the COVID-19 outbreak that is now deeply rooted in our country. We believe that there is still hope for our nation to flatten this epidemic, and reach negligible peak levels, if we take drastic measures, which we wish to re-iterate today.

Sakunda and the COVID-19 facility of shame

Sakunda and the COVID-19 facility of shame

The news that in the wake of this pandemic that has affected everyone, Sakunda Holdings has created an exclusive COVID-19 facility only for the elite and well-heeled in Mt Pleasant is an indictment on Mr Mnangagwa, Kuda Tagwirei, Obadiah Moyo and the entire government.

SA 21-day lockdown: Zimbabwe to feel the pinch

SA 21-day lockdown: Zimbabwe to feel the pinch

As South Africa goes into a 21-day lockdown Thursday midnight, as part of a raft of measures to contain the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19),

Zimbabwe Action Movement (ZAM) calls for unity

JOHANNESBURG - The Zimbabwe Action Movement (ZAM), a political pressure group based in South Africa, has warned the two Movement for Democratic Change factions in Zimbabwe...

Zim dies in Jozi fire

JOHANNESBURG - One person died while several hundreds almost perished, with two of them...

State media find more success in latest flop

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Reflecting their fiddling-while-Rome-burns approach to news, the state-run media hailed the Zimbabwe...

With hope and courage, Zimbabweans mark Press Freedom Day

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Journalists marched in protest in Harare. Students in Bulawayo applauded the US...

Letters 11/05/06

Guilty of shallow analysis
EDITOR - Arthur Mutambara's statements in response to questions from the media at...

Word for Today 11/05/06

From the rising of the sun to the place of its setting men may know there...

Shamed by the children

And a little child shall lead them … So often, it seems, the children shame us....

MTN to buy Net One?

HARARE - South Africa’s telecommunications giant MTN is negotiating to buy a 49 percent stake in...

Operation Murambatsvina mumifananidzo kuGallery Delta

Zviratidzirwa zvevisual arts zvinedingindira rekuti 'Reliving the Trauma' zviri kuGallery Delta, muguta reHarare zvinoburitsa pachena semuromo...

Africa’s future voices unveiled

HARARE - The recent La Voix workshop offered a unique opportunity for young Zimbabwean singers to...

News briefs 11/05/06

Relief agencies run out of food
HARARE - Hundreds of thousands of widows, orphans, school children and...

News roundup 11/05/06

SA govt rejects asylum plea
JOHANNESBURG - Eight former employees of MDC MP Roy Bennett, have been...

Fence fails to stop search for survival

PLUMTREE - Fifty-four year old Nomathemba Dube trudges cautiously towards an
undesignated crossing point along the...