Coronavirus articles about Zimbabwe today

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Illegal Settlements Threaten Monuments

Zimbabwe Situation

George Maponga. Masvingo Bureau. Government has expressed concern over the mushrooming of illegal human settlements that are now encroaching into Great Zimbabwe Monuments and World Heritage Site, about 25 kilometres south east of Masvingo City. The historic monuments are critical as the country....

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Scanners Cause Border Delays

Zimbabwe Situation

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has since July been forced to manually enforce customs regulations on commercial imports coming into the country through Beitbridge following a major breakdown on its mobile cargo scanner.

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Covid-19 Hits Amakhosi: Byo City FC Sends Secretariat Staff On Isolation As Three Players Test Positive For Covid-19

The Chronicle

Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter BULAWAYO CITY FC has sent its secretariat staff into isolation after three of their players tested positive to Covid-19. The premiership club embarked on a “self initiated” testing exercise that saw its players, secretariat and coaching staff getting tested last....

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Woman Dies In City Centre

The Chronicle

Mkhululi Ncube, Chronicle Reporter A BULAWAYO woman who had been informed about the death of her uncle collapsed and died in the city centre just after doing her shopping. According to witnesses the woman died outside the Legal Resources Centre Offices at Amalungelo House Building at corner Fort Street and 8th Avenue at about 2PM on Tuesday.

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‘Zim Is World’s Safest Destination’

The Chronicle

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter A UNITED States of America-based travel and tourism agency, Tourlane, has named Zimbabwe the safest place to visit in the world when countries reopen their borders for international travel post Covid-19 restrictions. A former US Department of Defence and North....

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