A silver lining

Addressing journalists in Harare on Friday, Global Polio Eradication Initiative co-ordinator Sadiq Umar said Zimbabwe had one of the best environmental surveillance systems in Africa.
By Newsday 21h ago

Four-fold surge in cholera cases puts tens of thousands of children at risk

 The number of cases jumped to about 95,300 from about 26,250 including over 1,600 deaths in the three countries, making it one of their worst cholera outbreaks in decades.
By Save The Children Feb. 24, 2024

Polio: The silent killer in our midst

SINCE December last year Zimbabwe has recorded three polio or poliomyelitis cases, a figure which appears to be too insignificant to write home about.
By Newsday Feb. 22, 2024

293 paediatric cancers registered

 Speaking at the same event, oncologist Bothwell Mbuwayesango thanked KidzCan for aiding their work as they offer assistance for treatment services like scans and X-rays.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 19, 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

Cholera outbreak fight on track: Govt

The campaign is set to target cholera hotspots amid vaccine shortage concerns which were earlier expressed by the government.
By Vanessa Gonye and Brent Shamu Feb. 7, 2024

Musicians sing on mental health

Voltz JT is the latest musician to address mental health through music with his latest release titled Mkoma Brian
By Sharon Zebra Feb. 6, 2024

Inadequate cholera vaccine worrying: Minister

Mombeshora was responding to questions from legislators in Parliament who wanted to know what measures the government was taking to curb the spread of cholera.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 6, 2024

Is Zim ready for the next pandemic?

No one alive in this generation, never imagined themselves living through a pandemic.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 2, 2024