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Covid-19 Vaccine: Zim To Procure 7 million Doses In The Next 3 Months, Minister Ncube says

HARARE – Government will procure seven million doses of the covid-19 vaccines within the next three months, Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube has said. Prof Ncube revealed the plans by the authorities to ramp up the purchase of the much-needed vaccines following the arrival of another batch of 500 000 doses of the …

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MDC-Alliance President Nelson Chamisa

Give Workers A Decent Wage: Chamisa

HARARE – Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa on Saturday called for an immediate improvement of the worker’s conditions as the country celebrated Worker’s Day on the 1st of May. Chamisa saluted the workers who continue to labour and build the nation and urged that they be paid in United States Dollars. “GIVE WORKERS SALARIES …

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Govt Restricts Importation Of Second-Hand Vehicles

HARARE –  Government has moved to restrict the importation of second-hand vehicles through the gazetted Statutory Instrument which came into effect on Friday. The new restrictions put into effect the measures proposed by Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube in his 2021 Budget proposal, with citizens now requiring a special permit to import second-hand …

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Government Targeting A Million Doses Per Month

HARARE – Government is targeting to receive monthly deliveries of at least one million doses of the Covid-19 vaccines, Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube has said. In a statement, the day after the arrival of 1056 000 Sinovac doses from China, Professor Ncube said the country had mobilised US100 million for the procurement …

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We Have Enough Resources For The Vaccination Programme, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube says

HARARE – Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said the government has enough resources to vaccinate 60% of the population to achieve herd immunity. “The vaccine will be free for all Zimbabweans. We have got our own resources to the tune of $8,3 billion which is the US$100 million. The resources are there …

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Covid-19: Zimbabwe To Recieve Another 200k Doses Donation From China

HARARE –  China has pledged to provide Zimbabwe with another donation of 200 000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, presidential spokesperson George Charamba revealed yesterday. This will bring a total of 400 000 doses from the Chinese government after the country recently received a consignment of 200 000 doses which has already started to be …

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Govt Begs For Contributions Towards Purchasing Covid-19 Vaccine

HARARE – Government has appealed to the corporate sector and citizens to donate towards the purchasing of the Covid-19 vaccine, barely a week after Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube claimed that treasury had set aside US$100 million to fund the purchase of the vaccine. “Following constructive engagement between Government, Private sector and well-wishing Citizens, in …

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Minister Of Health and Vice President Dr C N Chiwenga addressing members of the media yesterday

Citizens To Get Covid-19 Vaccine For Free: Chiwenga

HARARE – Vice President and Health Minister Constantino Chiwenga has said citizens will not be required to pay for the Covid-19 vaccine, clarifying government’s stance following contradictory statements made by Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube on the issue. Prof Ncube was quoted in State media saying ‘private’ citizens will have to pay for the Covid-19 …

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Citizens Will Not Pay For Covid-19 Vaccines, Finance Minister Backtracks From Earlier Statements

HARARE – Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has backtracked from his initial statements where he said private citizens will have to pay to receive the Covid-19 vaccine jabs. Prof Ncube’s comments had sparked outrage as the public questioned why the government would ask citizens to pay for this critical vaccine when it …

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BREAKING: Rights Group Seek Order Compelling Govt To Publish Covid-19 Vaccination Plan

HARARE – A Zimbabwean based human rights group, ZimRights today filed an urgent chamber application seeking to compel the government to publish a national deployment vaccination plan within seven days, zimDaily has learnt. The order also sought the presentation of a budget for Covid-19 vaccine before parliament. Harare based lawyer Tendai Biti from the Zimbabwe …

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