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Monday, September 24, 2018

Tsvangirai in SA for medical checkup

Didymus Mutasa says the country’s security chiefs have no issues with opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai HARARE – Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai  flew to South Africa...

Five myths about mosquitoes and malaria

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Nearly half of the world’s population is at risk of malaria, which is caused by parasites transmitted through the...

Nurse sleeping in hospital bed raises more alarm about ‘dire’ South African hospitals

The department reportedly says it isn’t aware of any major problems at the facility. A picture of a nurse apparently fast asleep on a bed...

Government to enhance ‘proper value’ of CAPS Pharmaceuticals

THE Government says it is working on enhancing the “proper value” of CAPS Pharmaceuticals before offloading its shareholding to private investors. The Government, through the...

UK plain cigarette pack law seen cutting number of smokers by 300,000

The introduction of plain packaging is recommended under the WHO's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). LONDON – The introduction of plain packaging for tobacco...

Robert Mugabe’s health woes mount

Mugabe moved the sitting of Cabinet from the traditional Tuesday to yesterday so he could travel. HARARE – As political parties begin their intense preparations...

Zimbabwe faces birth control pill shortage

HARARE – Zimbabwe is facing a serious shortage of birth control pills and government is seized with the matter to ensure the situation does...

Girls and young women targeted by Kenyan government roll-out of new HIV prevention drug

  Sexually-active young women and girls aged 15 to 24, one of the most high-risk groups for HIV infection, will be targeted by Kenya‘s government’s...

‘Pharmacies inflating drugs prices’

HARARE – Pharmacies are inflating the prices of drugs particularly those for diabetes, making them unaffordable for most patients, the Zimbabwe Diabetic Association (ZDA)...

Return the fuel, Health ministy tells Zanu PF

HARARE – David Parirenyatwa’s Health ministry is demanding back fuel it gave to Zanu PF for use during President Robert Mugabe’s 93rd birthday celebrations in...
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