A Zimbabwe university has raised eyebrows after it published a dress code which critics claim unfairly targets women. The Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) warned that lecturers have the power to bar students who violate the dress code from attending lectures. In a notice to all students, the office of the registrar at ZEGU wrote, OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR 2021 STUDENTS HANDBOOK & DRESS CODE NOTICE Please be advised that the new 2021 Students Handbook was uploaded on student portals. Students are encouraged to take time to familiarize with the rules and code of conduct in the 2021 Student Handbook. UNIVERSITY DRESS CODE We want to remind all students that: a. ZEGU encourages students to develop a lasting philosophy of good dressing and grooming. b.
The COVID-19 pandemic is quickly spreading across Africa and an absence of sufficient testing is forestalling medicinal services experts from having the option to survey and battle the spread of the ailment, as indicated by the International Rescue Commitee (IRC). The IRC is a worldwide, nongovernmental association committed to reacting to compassionate emergencies. The quantity of affirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa dramatically increased in July, and in the course of recent months it rose by 500%. Each nation where the IRC is included, in any case, has finished under 8,000 tests for every million individuals. This is as an unmistakable difference to nations like Britain, where there are 205,782 tests for each million. The IRC accepts that since testing l