WHO Clears Covid Trasmission Confusion

By Correspondent The World Health Organization (WHO) has clarified its earlier statements after an official revealed that scientists are yet to determine how frequently people with asymptomatic cases of Covid-19 pass the disease on to other. Earlier on the embattled organisation had seemed to suggest that such spread is “very rare.” The WHO’s original comments…

Councilor Nyapokoto Dies

Harare City Council has lost Ward 26 Councillor Fungai Nyapokoto who passed away on Friday. The reasons for his demise are not yet clear. Both sides of the MDC, the Chamisa and Khupe factions extended their condolences on the death of the politician whose side in the fractional opposition party isn’t yet clear. Known MDC-T…

Norton Under Covid19 Siege

By Correspondent The Norton Town Council has sent out an SOS for help as the town is getting swamped with Covid cases which the authorities say they can no longer handle adequately. Covid cases have been increasing quickly with the majority of them being local transmissions and the local hospital has since run out of…

Town Clerk Blesses 2 Wives With Stands

By  Own Correspondent Embattled Harare City Council (HCC) Town Clerk Josiah Chisango is in the eye of the storm following allegations that he awarded his two wives with stands in one of Harare’s affluent suburbs. Investigations by this publication can reveal that Chisango, who is a polygamist, allegedly abused his office to allocate stands to…

Hopley Residents Get Piped Water

By Correspondent Over 2000 Hopley residents are set to get piped water after the Harare City Council partnered a Dutch firm to draw water to the area. The pro-poor program will involve a partnership involving residents who are expected to excavate trenches whilst the Dutch firm, Vei, will provide technical assistance. Council will provide some…

Harare Gets More Funding for Covid

By Correspondent Harare and Chitungwiza have received more funding aimed at fighting Covid19 as central government allocated them a total of ZWL$16.5 million. Bulawayo also received ZWL$6 million under the same program. The Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Senator Monica Mutsvangwa announced this. In a media statement on Monday 3 August, she said…