HIV policy ensures stable production

The company has a staff complement of 350 at its companies on both sides of the Zambezi River.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 24, 2024

No way out: Zim youth under siege

The lack of access to mental health services and stigma surrounding mental health in Zimbabwe further complicates the situation.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto May. 17, 2024

Growing concern over pandemics global treaty

Chikwati said his organisation was not alone in this call for strengthening the global treaty.
By Staff Reporter May. 12, 2024

Plan International thrusts for comprehensive sexuality education

During the discussions, a handful of impacts of negative effects of climate change on girls emerged, as Ncube displayed the observations from the awareness campaigns.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 5, 2024

Briefs:  Midlands HIV group rebrands

Masimira said Maso’s new vision is aimed at driving communities, self-determination, unity and progress.
By Stephen Chadenga Apr. 28, 2024

Companies urged to adhere to health, safety protocols

Power Giants CEO Edzai Kachirekwa said it was imperative for companies to comply with set standards with regards to health, safety and well-being of workers.
By Style Reporter Apr. 21, 2024

‘Foster scientific research to bolster HIV response’

Muswere paid tribute to a young lawyer Kensington Marufu who overcame adversaries having been diagnosed of HIV when he was very young.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Apr. 13, 2024

Feature: Dreams project uplifts disadvantaged girls

It is estimated that 60% of young people aged between 16 and 35 could have used or are using drugs or similar substances.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Mar. 27, 2024

As Zim makes strides on HIV/Aids, LGBTQ+ people left behind

In 1997, the country's rate of HIV/Aids was 25% among people aged 15 to 49. Today, that figure is 11%, according to UNAids, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/Aids.
By Admin Mar. 25, 2024