Pregnant girls turn to backyard abortion services

Nevertheless, more than 70 000 illegal abortions are performed in Zimbabwe each year, this publication learnt.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 18, 2024

Water shortages hit Matobo villages

This was revealed in the latest Matobo Community newsletter report by Matobo by the Youth Development Initiative (MYDI) detailing various developmental and challenges in the district.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 18, 2024

Fresh polio outbreak hits Zim

Health and Child Care deputy minister Sleiman Timios Kwidini said the detection of these viruses in the environment or in humans constitutes a polio outbreak.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 17, 2024

Zim battles to contain cholera

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged city fathers, the government and other stakeholders to unite for comprehensive anti-cholera fight.
By Brent Shamu Feb. 16, 2024

Poor funding stalling drug abuse fight: Report

ALZ recorded a clinical psychologists density is 0,04 per 100 000 population and a psychiatrists density of 0,1 per 100 000 population.
By Brent Shamu Jan. 26, 2024

Editorial Comment: A case for our national blood stock

This means that NBSZ needs to invest more for it to be able to increase the donor population.
By Newsday Jan. 23, 2024

China boosts Zim’s fight against drug abuse

Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe echoed similar sentiments after receiving the equipment
By Brent Shamu Jan. 19, 2024

Editorial Comment: Religious beliefs should not threaten lives

While people have religious freedom, it becomes a real problem when their beliefs affect others to the point of dragging a whole people into unnecessary suffering.
By Newsday Jan. 16, 2024

Stigma slows down cholera fight

The symptoms are associated with cholera, a waterborne disease that continues to cast a deadly shadow over Zimbabwe.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 30, 2023