Micho Tips Players in Covid-19 Crisis

Chipolopolo coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic says citizens should adhere to the guidelines put forward by the Ministry of Health in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic. Featuring on ZNBC’s The Dressing Room program, Micho said he is keeping his players in check amidst the coronavirus attack to ensure that they are ready to get back […]

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PRESS RELEASE: President Ramaphosa To Address The Nation.

30th March, 2020. President Cyril Ramaphosa will today, Monday, 30 March 2020, address the nation on the measures currently being undertaken to contain the Coronavirus pandemic. The address by the President follows a meeting of the National Command Council yesterday, 29 March 2020, which assessed the efficacy of the national lockdown which came into effect […]

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SADC Allows Freight Trucks Carrying Essential Goods To Cross Borders.

The Southern African Develoment Community (SADC) has issued guidelines that have allowed, freight trucks and vehicles carrying essential goods to cross borders in the region. The guidelines have exempted from restrictions freight trucks and vehicles carrying food, medicines, fuel, and agriculture supplies. The vehicles will be engaged in interstate operations in order to ensure continuity […]

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COVID-19 Pandemic Halts Key Operations At Kagem Mining!

Kagem Mining has suspended principal operations at its emerald mine in Lufwanyama to safeguard employees during the Coronavirus pandemic. “The wellbeing of Kagem’s employees and communities is our overriding priority. As a result, all but critical operations at the Kagem emerald mine have been suspended from 30 March 2020 for what is hoped to be […]

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REFLECTION: Gerard Shawa’s Temperament And The Power Of Mass Media.

By. Hon. Sensio Banda. Allow me to open my discourse with a quote, “Whoever controls the media, controls the mind” by Jim Morrison. To consolidate the above school of thought and for my audience to appreciate my perspective as regards the subject matter, allow me to give a backdrop. During the early 20th century epoch, […]

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COVID-19 | Confirmed Cases Of The Novel Coronavirus Have Jumped To 35. … as one still remains in a critical condition.

Health Minister Dr. Chitalu Chilufya has disclosed that the latest cases involve persons that contracted the virus from another line of contacts that had direct interaction with the team that returned from Pakistan and tested positive to COVID-19. One of them is a domestic worker of the first victims, raising more concerns about the spread […]

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Only Essential Staff To Remain On Duty – Cabinet Office

Secretary to Cabinet Dr. Simon Miti, has directed Government Heads of Department to only allow essential staff to remain on duty throughout the Coronavirus pandemic period. Dr. Miti, adds that non-essential staff should report for work on rotational basis or work remotely or from home “Non critical activities such as meetings, seminars, conferences and other […]

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OUR WRITERS’ COLUMN: African Governments’ Urgent COVID-19 Action Plan

By Charles Mwewa. 1. Regard this Coronavirus pandemic as a declaration of war (war period); 2. Build healthcare infrastructure with the resources earmarked for non-essential projects – provide buildings, beds, personal protective equipment (PPEs), breathing machines, testing availability, and etc. If possible, ask developed countries for help, even though the developed countries are also battling […]

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Exporter Turns Importer As China Warns Imported Cases Raise Risk Of New Wave Of Covid-19 Infections.

The growing number of Coronavirus cases arriving in China from abroad have increased the likelihood of a second outbreak in the country, according to health officials. “China already has an accumulated total of 693 cases entering from overseas, which means the possibility of a new round of infections remains relatively big,” said Mi Feng of the National […]

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