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Harare records 1 300 influenza cases

In a statement, Harare epidemiology and disease control officer Michael Vere said more than 70% of the cases were from high-density suburbs.
By Vanessa Gonye Jul. 2, 2024
Drug user data vital to Zim’s Aids strategic plan: ZCLDN
Drug user data vital to Zim’s Aids strategic plan: ZCLDN
He said people who used and injected drugs were at risk of being left out and marginalised.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 19, 2024
Cervical cancer: Zim’s latest silent killer
The medical facilities across the country were overwhelmed and failing to contain the influx of COVID-19 patients, relatives say.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 8, 2024
Health ministry, apostolic sects in fight to reduce maternal deaths
Apostolic sects have been known to shun clinics and hospitals due to religious beliefs.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 5, 2024
Health start-up enhances diagnostic care for patients
Speaking to NewsDay, Health ATM head of technology and innovation Nyasha Cecil Nyamupaguma said the intervention was a great tool for diagnostic care.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 28, 2024
Midwives celebrated for saving lives
Swedish ambassador to Zimbabwe Per Lingarde said midwives were unsung heroes.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 24, 2024
Zim records renewed surge in malaria deaths
The ministry said it was undertaking several initiatives which included indoor residual spraying to prevent more deaths.
By GRACIOUS DANIEL May. 10, 2024
Funding boost of $36.5m will help eliminate blinding disease in Africa
Trachoma begins as a bacterial infection, with symptoms similar to conjunctivitis.
By admin May. 4, 2024
Invest in health, govt told
In its health and education situation report, Zimcodd said Zimbabwe’s healthcare system was plagued by inadequate finance, corruption, biased spending and lack of community involvement.
By GRACIOUS DANIEL Apr. 25, 2024
Govt courts partners on health projects
He called for the designing of tailored and targeted health programmes that address the economic, social, political and environmental injustice that impact people’s health and rights.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 25, 2024
All you need to know about whooping cough as fatal outbreaks rise
The infection, whose scientific name is pertussis, is difficult to detect early and can be fatal, especially in children and babies.
By Times Of India Apr. 11, 2024
Late presentation of childhood cancer derails cancer fight
The World Health Organisation set a target of 60% coverage of childhood cancers by the year 2030 and Zimbabwe is still lagging at 20%.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 9, 2024
Chitungwiza contains cholera
Chitungwiza was recording over 130 cases weekly cases as the disease wrecked havoc.
Fresh cholera fears loom
A number of officials interviewed by NewsDay yesterday said they contained the deadly diarrhoeal disease through strengthened surveillance systems
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 2, 2024
Govt launches 2nd polio blitz
The vaccination campaign is being conducted in close collaboration with the Primary and Secondary Education ministry with a target to vaccinate
By Vanessa Gonye Mar. 20, 2024
‘Mental health key in HIV fight’
Chisero said mental health has a bearing on how the young react to HIV issues including treatment and general conduct.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 29, 2024
Zim faces growing health crisis
The report also warned that malnutrition remains a major public health concern in Zimbabwe, with a quarter of all children experiencing stunting due to inadequate dietary intake.
By Problem Masau Feb. 28, 2024
Feature: Mobile cholera treatment saves lives in Buhera
Buhera district in Manicaland province has been one of the cholera hotspots in the country since October last year.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 14, 2024
Inadequate cholera vaccine worrying: Minister
Mombeshora was responding to questions from legislators in Parliament who wanted to know what measures the government was taking to curb the spread of cholera.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 6, 2024
Japan boosts Zim’s cholera fight
On Monday, government started a mass oral cholera vaccination exercise targeting 2,3 million people in the most affected districts.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 2, 2024
Apostolic sects embrace cholera vaccination
“We are telling them that cholera is real, they should always use treated water and maintain hygiene,” she said.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 31, 2024
Funding challenges impede cholera fight
On Monday, Zimbabwe began distributing oral cholera vaccines, targeting 800 000 people.
By GRACIOUS DANIEL Jan. 31, 2024
Collaborative, decisive action can rescue Africa from NTDs
According to Zimbabwe’s National Health Strategy, 70 percent of the country’s population is at risk of contracting a NTD.
By Kennedy Mubaiwa Jan. 30, 2024
Cholera vaccination targets 2,3m
The campaign comes at a time when Zimbabwe is battling a cholera outbreak that has been in existence for close to a year. 
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 30, 2024
Cholera ravages children
Among the reported cholera cases to date, 31% were under 15 years of age while 14 % were under five years of age.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2024
Red Cross intensifies cholera fight in Harare
Communities such as Glenview, Budiriro, Highfield, Glen Norah and Hopley are among the city’s cholera hotspots where ZRCS is operating from.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jan. 26, 2024
A multi-sensory approach to children with visual impairment
CHILDREN with visual impairment (VI) challenge the micro (family) and meso (school) systems in different ways. 
By Nicholas Aribhino Jan. 26, 2024
Cancer fight is everyone’s responsibility
Awareness and screening levels of these priority cancersan are of paramount importance.
By Michelle Madzudzo Jan. 26, 2024