Police thy neighbor: Virus fears fuel quarantine shaming

SOME complain about joggers panting on passers-by. Others wonder what to do when they overhear drunken partygoers rejecting quarantine measures. Still more question whether people they see in the street…

Bookies seek winning formula ‘to survive’ coronavirus slump

BOOKMAKERS at an “emergency summit” this month will be trying to find a way to “survive the slump” triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. Racing and football, bookmakers’ two key sources…

London Marathon backs campaign to help plug charity shortfall

LONDON Marathon chiefs have linked up with organisers of other mass-participation events in Britain to help charities plug an expected £4 billion ($5 billion) income shortfall due to the coronavirus…

Europe still ‘in eye of the storm’ despite moves to ease virus lockdowns

PARTS of Europe moved cautiously to reopen their streets and economies on Thursday but the coronavirus pandemic was far from beaten and the World Health Organization warned the continent was…

WWII veteran, 99, raises £12 mln for UK health workers

A 99-year-old British World War II veteran on Thursday completed 100 laps of his garden in a fundraising challenge for healthcare staff that has captured the heart of the nation,…

Mashonaland Central COVID 19 Taskforce tours 3 districts to monitor compliance

By Zbc Reporter Mashonaland Central Province’s COVID 19 taskforce embarked on a provincial tour to monitor compliance to the lockdown and assess readiness of isolation facilities being setup. The monitoring…

COVID-19 Update: Zim cases up to 23 positive cases

By Zbc Reporter As of Wednesday Zimbabwe’s confirmed cases of COVID-19 had risen to 23, including three deaths and one recovery recorded. The National Microbiology laboratory on Wednesday tested 28…

COVID-19: Calls for quality control in the production of PPEs

By Zbc Reporter Government has been urged to put in place quality control mechanisms in the production of sanitisers and personal protective equipment (PPE), amid fears that people may be…

Bulawayo community calls for vigilance in the wake of recent increase of COVID-19 cases

By Zbc Reporter The Bulawayo community has called for more vigilance, amid the recent upsurge of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city. The news of rising COVID-19 cases in the…

Danish schools begin reopening after month-long closure

DENMARK began reopening schools for younger children on Wednesday after a month-long closure to combat the novel coronavirus, becoming the first country in Europe to do so. Nurseries, kindergartens and…