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CID cop inadvertently shoots colleague

A Detective Constable officer from Zimbabwe Republic Police, Masvingo accidentally shot his colleague just below the abdomen while trying to raid a civilian who was in possession of a firearm on the early hours of Tuesday at Rujeko C shopping Centre in Masvingo. A reliable source, said five police details who were off duty on this day where at Rujeko ...

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Female adult raped while fetching water

Zimbabwe Republic Police has urged women to avoid fetching water especially during wee hours as they endanger their lives to cowards. The police on their twitter handle shared a disturbing event where a female adult was attacked and raped at around 0400 hours early morning at a busy area near New Mabvuku. The accused is said to have attacked the ...

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Doctors call on parliament to summon Obadiah Moyo

Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) has urged government to summon the Minister of Health and Child Care Dr Obadiah Moyo and ensure that he is playing his leadership role in health sector. Doctors believe that the Minister is trying to cover up the situation that is taking place in government hospitals. In a statement, doctors said, “There ...

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Breast Cancer Awareness month #pink

The colour pink marks the breast cancer awareness month and during this time women mostly visit the clinic for screening at a special offer fee, a third of the normal screening price for other times besides October. Speaking to the Information and Research Officer Mr Lovemore Makurirofa in line with the breast cancer awareness month, the health teacher highlighted that ...

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“Threats and ultimatums will not work”: Doctors

Zimbabwe Hospitals Doctors Association (ZHDA) said threats and ultimatums will not work but salary increment will. Minister of Health and Child Care Obadiah Moyo last week instructed doctors to report to work on Monday or face disciplinary action, however doctors defied the ultimatum. Doctors said, “@MoHCCZim, no court outcome will capacitate the doctors in Zimbabwe. What our members need is ...

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Breast Cancer Awareness month

Breast cancer awareness month is a yearly campaign with a plan to educate people especially women on the importance of early screening ,tests and treatment. Awareness campaigns again give space to raise funds for life saving research into its cause ,prevention ,diagnosis,treatment and cure. October is breast cancer awareness month ,an annual awareness of the disease from Tuesday 1 to ...

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UPDATE:Businessman who accidentally shoots himself

A kadoma based businessman James Marshall Machakaire aged 40 who accidentally shot himself on his left leg with a loaded gun while having lunch at a food court in Chinhoyi on Tuesday, is allegedly to be in a stable condition and currently admitted at Chinhoyi Hospital. The gun is said to be a registered firearm.The firearm together with the certificate ...

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NASCOH calls for the rights of the disabled

National Association of Societies Care Of the Handicapped (NASCOH) has called upon the government to consider rights of those with disabilities. NASCOH urged the state to involve those who are handicapped in all the proceedings taking place in Zimbabwe than putting them at the peripheries. Addressing audience at Deaf Trust commemorations at Harare Gardens on the 25th of September 2019 ...

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ZHDA castigates ZRP officials

Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors association (ZHDA) has condemned the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) after preventing Dr Peter Magombeyi to seek medical treatment in foreign countries after the High Court had ordered him to seek medical treatment in foreign countries. “We as ZHDA strongly condemn the actions taken by the ZRP to prevent our Acting President Dr Peter Magombeyi from leaving on ...

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Harare City temporary supply water

Harare City Council yesterday posted that it had secured chemicals to resume water production temporary since the supply will only last for a week while a permanent solution is being worked out. The progress was implemented after Harare City Council had cut water supplies the entire Harare Metropolitan area, citing the shortages of critical treatment chemicals. Government last week claimed ...

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