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Mpilo offers free cleft lip surgeries

The condition is caused by any one of a lack of enough tissue during foetal development, genetics, consumed unsafe substances and medications.
By CITE May. 6, 2023

Chiwundura man rapes, stabs ex-girlfriend

Mahoko said the victim, a 20-year-old woman, is battling for life at a hospital in Bulawayo.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 6, 2023

Zipra war vets fume over Moyo’s hero status

Zanu PF Council of Elders members Tshinga Dube last night announced that Moyo had been declared a provincial hero and will be buried at Nkulumane Heroes Acre.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 24, 2023

Bretheren in Christ donates to Mpilo Hospital

Ida Nkomo, a congregant at the church said it made sense for the church to carry the burden of the community.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Mar. 17, 2023

Acquire Zanu PF cards to prevent attacks, villagers told

VILLAGERS in Matabeleland South’s Shangani area of Insiza have been advised to acquire Zanu PF membership cards to protect themselves from possible attacks.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 1, 2023

‘60% of patients admitted at city psychiatric hospitals are drug users’

Some of the drugs that are being abused include marijuana, cough mixtures, alcohol and crystal meth, which appears to have become the drug of choice.
By Zanele Ndlovu Jan. 28, 2023

BCC moots ban on child burials

Councillors have been pushing residents to consider cremating their deceased relatives as the city is running out of burial space, but the proposal has been fiercely resisted.
By CITE Jan. 7, 2023

Mpilo turns away cancer patients

Acting provincial medical director Marphios Siamuchembu revealed yesterday that cancer patients were being sent back home because the cancer machine broke down last year.
By Patricia Sibanda and Nizbert Moyo Dec. 13, 2022

Crocodile attack victim recounts horror encounter

Sianene, a father of three from Chief Saba area, survived the attack by jumping onto the back of the crocodile and shoving his arm down its throat to make it gag until rescue arrived.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Dec. 11, 2022