Government Deploys Security Forces To COVID-19 Hotspots
Police officers manning a check point quiz a driver going into the central business district on April 20, 2020, in Emakhandeni township, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. - Roadblocks have been intensified to reduce the number of motorists and passengers entering the Central Business District since Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced on April 19, 2020 a 14 day extension following the expiration of a 21 day lockdown imposed on March 30, 2020 to curb the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by ZINYANGE AUNTONY / AFP)

Government Deploys Security Forces To COVID-19 Hotspots

BULAWAYO - Bulawayo has effectively been put under lockdown after Cabinet yesterday approved that three districts that are Covid-19 hotspots be placed under localised lockdown, with security details being deployed…

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Byo records zero new voter registrants
Phindile Tshuma, from Famona, a suburb in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, registers to vote in next yearÕs election using her fingerprints on the new biometric voter registration system. According to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, 11,000 citizens so far have biometrically registered in Zimbabwe. (Fortune Moyo, GPJ Zimbabwe)

Byo records zero new voter registrants

BULAWAYO - The City of Kings and Queens, Bulawayo has recorded zero new voter registrants since the commencement of the voter registration exercise, a trend reported to be also prevalent…

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