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    Soldiers, police lock down Harare CBD

    SECURITY forces yesterday mounted roadblocks on many routes leading to Harare city centre and ordered people who were not at work to go back home so that only those with “genuine” business remain in the city. A convoy of army and police trucks went around the city centre warning wanderers against unnecessary movement saying COVID-19 was not yet over. “Go…

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    Zimbabwe’s students resort to WhatsApp classrooms

    ZIMBABWEAN students, reeling under one lockdown after another for the past fifteen months, have resorted to WhatsApp classrooms to keep them ready for final year examinations which will be sat whether there is any learning done or not. After finding out the challenges students were facing during the coronavirus pandemic, a young man from Mbare in Harare started “WhatsApp Classrooms”…

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    Zimbabwe announces two weeks tight level 4 lockdown

    Zimbabwe has announced a national Level-4 two week lockdown with immediate effect. This includes a dusk-to-dawn curfew, reduced working hours, and a ban on intercity travel. Some of the measures are: * Businesses to decongest workplaces to 40% of staff * Business hours now between 8AM-3.30PM * Curfew is 6.30PM-6AM * Intercity travel prohibited with the exception of food and…

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