MCAZ recalls Benylin syrup for children

Some of the complications associated with its use include abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, inability to pass urine, headache, altered mental state and acute kidney injury leading to death.
By Brent Shamu Apr. 16, 2024

Blitz exposes unregistered medicines

Rukwata called on the public to report any suspicious pharmaceutical activities to aid in creating a safer environment for all Zimbabweans.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 10, 2024

Zimbabweans turn to medicinal herbs

Itai Rusike, a public health specialist, told the Independent that it was increasingly difficult for patients to access drugs in public health institutions.
By Vincent Mungofa Mar. 22, 2024

Top firm caught smuggling drugs

BIG, according to sources, now faces prosecution.
By Taurai Mangudhla Mar. 17, 2024

Telemedicine gains traction in Zim

Telemedicine refers to the provision of remote clinical services, via real-time two-way communication between the patient and the healthcare provider.
By Belinda Chiroodza Mar. 10, 2024

Zim doctor honoured in the UK

Gourdie celebrated the end of her training in Accident and Emergency Medicine in 1992 by travelling to Nepal for a trekking holiday.
By Innocent Magondo Feb. 26, 2024

MCAZ partners SA health services regulator

Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education said the results will be released at 12:00 hours.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 12, 2024

Zim faces drug shortages

Mombeshora said the ministry required approximately US$17 million worth of medicine per month.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 6, 2023

The renaissance of herbal medicine: Catholic sisters open a herbal academy

The academy is the first of its kind in Zimbabwe with high hopes of complementing the work being done by the ministries of health and education and other health players.
By Blessing Mandabva Nov. 5, 2023