Nurses Now Money Changers at Clinics

By Correspondent Nurses at Council Clinics have been accused of turning into money changers as they prioritise patients with USD to those with bond or RTGS. Residents at a Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) meeting said that at Highfields Polyclinic nurses have turned into money changers. The nurses allegedly prioritise patients with United States Dollars…

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…

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…

Harare Faces Covid19 Explosion

By Correspondent Harare faces the likelihood of a Covid explosion as a serious water crisis in recent weeks is further exposing the residents to COVID19 , according to the Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA). Council has attributed the poor water supply to shortage of water treatment chemicals. A statement released by Council stated that they,…