Cholera kills 4 at apostolic sect shrine

As of January 12, one person had succumbed to the diarrhoeal disease.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 15, 2024

Bulawayo complete sewer, water system upgrade

Council is considering approaching the bank for more funding to expand Bulawayo’s water and sewerage services improvement projects (BWSSIP).
By Silas Nkala Nov. 19, 2023

Let’s increase vaccine uptake

It is tragic that both diseases, from the reasons given, can easily be controlled and banished from our communities, but somehow they perennially keep on pestering us.
By Newsday Oct. 24, 2023

NGO drills boreholes in city.

The outbreak was blamed on water shortages among others, as residents were going for days without the precious liquid.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 30, 2023

Zim prison conditions, a recipe for disaster

Given the tough life evident on the country’s streets, in high-density suburbs and villages — one can only imagine the horrors and hell the country’s prisoners are enduring
By Newsday Apr. 14, 2023

6 succumb to diarrhoea

A statement released by the Health and Child Care ministry yesterday states that underage children make up almost half of the recorded diarrhoea cases.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Feb. 4, 2023

BCC raids shops, confiscates 2 232kg of condemned meat

Council said efforts were underway to address all the public health complaints raised.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 3, 2023

Byo diarrhoea cases decline

Council’s health services director Edwin Sibanda  confirmed the decline in recorded cases of diarrhoea.
By Nizbert Moyo Jan. 5, 2023

Diarrhoea hits Gweru

The local authority could, however, not give the number of recorded cases.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 15, 2022