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Kwekwe Moots Ban On Gatherings As Residents Chair Succumbs To Covid-19

Kwekwe Moots Ban On Gatherings As Residents Chair Succumbs To Covid-19

By Staff Reporter KWEKWE has recommended restrictions on public gatherings in the city after Kwekwe Residents chairperson and prominent businessman Robson Kadenhe has succumbed to Covid-19 complications. Kadenhe is believed to have contracted the virus through a niece who recently returned from India where a rampaging Covid-19 menace continues to ...

Zimbabwe

Ministry Hails Govt Financial Support Towards Exams

Ministry Hails Govt Financial Support Towards Exams

By Stephen Tsamba THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education Friday hailed Treasury for financial support towards the successful running of Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC) public examinations. In a press statement, Minister Cain Mathema thanked President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the finance ministry, parents and guardians for their financial support towards the ...

Africa

15 Killed In Gold Mine Collapse In Guinea

15 Killed In Gold Mine Collapse In Guinea

BBC AT LEAST 15 people have been killed by a landslide at a clandestine gold mine in Guinea's north-eastern Siguiri region. Overhanging rocks collapsed on Saturday morning, crushing some victims and burying others inside the mine. A government spokesman has said the "exact circumstances and causes of the tragedy" will ...

World

India Covid: Delhi seeks more cremation space as deaths rise

India Covid: Delhi seeks more cremation space as deaths rise

BBC Police in India's capital Delhi have asked local authorities to identify more sites for Covid-19 cremations. A second wave of the coronavirus is ravaging parts of India, overwhelming hospitals, morgues and crematoriums. The total number of infections passed 18 million on Thursday, with 386,452 more recorded, the biggest one-day ...





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