Govt sets up US$24m kitty to fight cholera
She said cross-border mobility had also played a part in the spread of cholera to Zimbabwe.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Mar. 29, 2023
Hero status conferment needs revision
The gold mafia is only but one of those things happening as privatisation of public land is also on the increase.
By Newsday Mar. 25, 2023
Power cuts trigger cholera fears in Chiredzi
Chiredzi town secretary Wesley Kauma said residents were being forced to fetch water from unsafe sources because council is unable to pump enough water due to the countrywide rolling power outages.
By Vanessa Gonye Mar. 24, 2023
Feature: Measles forces apostolic members to convert to modern medicine
Zimbabwe is no stranger to measles outbreaks
By Evidence Chenjerai Mar. 20, 2023
Cholera scare in Beitbridge
A source at Beitbridge Hospital said three people had tested positive for the disease.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 15, 2023
Malawi cholera death toll crosses 1,300: health official
The death toll from a cholera outbreak in Malawi has crossed 1,300, a senior Malawian health official said on Thursday.
By Reuters Feb. 10, 2023
Banks should reduce exorbitant charges
Financial services continue to see huge innovations in the use of technology within the financial world.
By Jacob Mutisi Jan. 13, 2023
Zim fights armyworm outbreak
African armyworm has unsettled authorities since it was detected in Mbire a week ago.
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 29, 2022
LSU runs dry, students resort to open defecation
LSU spokesperson Zwelithini Dlamini said: “The water challenges emanate from the prolonged absence of electricity which powers Zimbabwe National Water Authority pumps.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 30, 2022
Aftercare Trust School pupils extend helping hand to Malawi’s cyclone victims
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