Ignorance, poor sanitation fuel Beitbridge’s recurring cholera outbreaks

A recent visit to Ndou’s place showed that little or nothing is being done by authorities to address sanitation and hygiene in this sprouting settlement of 54 000 people.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 10, 2023

Fresh Covid-19 vaccination drive targets rural folk

He has been religiously taking his drugs and visiting the nearby Masiyarwa Clinic for ART and viral load testing and monitoring, among other services.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 25, 2023

Red Cross initiative increases Covid-19 vaccine demand

“When I got the vaccine, I did not experience any effects; neither did I get sick,” she said.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 11, 2023

Covid-19: ‘We are not yet out of the woods’

According to WHO, as of last month, more than 6,86 million people had died after contracting the respiratory virus since its outbreak three years ago.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 4, 2023

Mwenezi communities heed vaccination call

A measles outbreak hit the country in April last year, which prompted the government to roll out an extensive immunisation programme.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 12, 2023

Shot in the arm for drought-stricken Mwenezi villagers

ZRCS in partnership with IFRC is implementing a Hunger Crisis Response project in Mwenezi district targeting 850 households in three wards.
By Style Reporter Jan. 8, 2023

Scores throng Red Cross reunification facilities

The thousands of refugees at the camp also get free Wi-Fi, charge their phones and can make international calls.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 18, 2022

Public urged to train in first aid

Edson Mlambo said research over the years has revealed that the lives of 90% of accident victims in Zimbabwe can be saved if first aid is administered on them early.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 20, 2022

Red Cross offers free cancer screening at agric show

This year’s show started on Monday and ends today and is running under the theme Unique Business Opportunities, Acceleration and Abundance.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 2, 2022