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Goods smuggled from SA impounded

Bulawayo Bureau Police in Bulawayo have impounded a South African truck carrying smuggled groceries worth more than R200 000. The Zambia bound truck was intercepted along the Bulawayo-Harare Road near Zuva garage while the driver, Mr Phila Vilakazi, was trying to offload the goods into another truck heading to Kwekwe. Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Abednego […] The Herald …


Vaccination drive hits 2 million milestone

The 2 millionth Covid-19 vaccine dose was jabbed into an arm on Thursday afternoon as Zimbabwe’s national vaccination programme accelerated even further and once the extra doses yesterday were counted the totals were 1 400 905 first doses and 671 155 for a total of 2 071 769 by last night. The Herald …



Long queues at Seke Road roadblocks

Commuters travelling into Harare City Centre from Chitungwiza were this morning stranded as Seke Road was heavily congested due to police roadblocks mounted to check on adherence to Covid-19 regulations. The Herald …


Chimonyo a national hero

President Mnangagwa yesterday described the late Lt Gen Chimonyo, who was declared a national hero, as a loyal and dedicated servant of Zimbabwe. The Herald …



Covdi-19 deaths, infections increase

The number of Covid-19 deaths recorded in Zimbabwe yesterday increased significantly to 33 as the country continues to battle the third wave of infections which has seen active cases rise to 12 597 from 775 on June 1. The Herald …


Covid-19: Public gatherings tightly controlled

With Covid-19 infections spreading, the tight control of public gatherings is strictly enforced with the burial of national hero Major General (retired) Clever Chiramba tomorrow at the National Heroes Acre being attended only by a small group of invited people. The Herald …



Govt refutes tighter Bulawayo curfew

Bulawayo is still under the general lockdown regulations, with the 10pm to 5:30am curfew and business closing by 6pm, and is not one of the four districts placed under the intensified special lockdown that includes a 6pm to 6 am curfew and a 3pm closing time for business as recently announced in some sections of the media, Health and Child Care Deputy Minister John Mangwiro said yesterday. The Herald …