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A day of song, dance at Fazak Braai

The free event that returned after a five-year sabbatical, was hosted by former Miss Zimbabwe, Samantha Tshuma, alongside SkyzMetro FM presenter Khayadrastiq.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Oct. 18, 2022

Fazak’s Braai Challenge bounces back

AFTER a five-year sabbatical, the Fazak’s Braai Challenge makes a return this Saturday in Bulawayo.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Oct. 14, 2022

Zim’s health delivery system weak: WHO

In the African region, the latest UHC index is 46 out of a possible 100 meaning that only 46% of the health needs of the population of the region are being met with good quality services. The global average is 68%, and Africa’s score has improved from 24% in 2000.

By The NewsDay Aug. 17, 2022

Striking nurses summoned

In 2018, Vice-President and Health minister Constantino Chiwenga fired thousands of nurses who went on strike to demand higher salaries, in a hardline response by the country’s leadership to growing labour unrest.

By The NewsDay Jul. 14, 2022

Health workers’ grievances should be urgently addressed

The Alma Ata Declaration of September 1978 expressed the need for urgent action by all governments, all health and development workers and the world community to protect and promote the health of all people.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2022

Salary talks deadlock … as doctors, nurses endorse strike

In a statement, the Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions said: “The employer requested time to consult their principals on the workers’ proposals and to properly interrogate the altered position brought about by the workers.”

By The NewsDay Jun. 18, 2022

Zimbabwe fall to Afghanistan

Debutant opener Innocent Kaia, who scored 39 from 78 and Captain Craig Ervine (30 off 40 balls) both fell in their 30s while Donald Tiripano’s 15, batting at number eight was the third-highest contribution.

By The NewsDay Jun. 5, 2022

Zimbabwe fall to Afghanistan

Debutant opener Innocent Kaia, who scored 39 from 78 and Captain Craig Ervine (30 off 40 balls) both fell in their 30s while Donald Tiripano’s 15, batting at number eight was the third-highest contribution.

By The NewsDay Jun. 5, 2022

Ziyambi defends Health Bill

The Health Services Amendment Bill is now at the second reading stage in the National Assembly.

By The NewsDay May. 19, 2022