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‘Vice President Chiwenga is well,’ Charamba

President’s Spokesperson George Charamba dismissed the allegations that Chiwenga is critically ill in South Africa saying that both him and his wife are in good condition. Charamba said the bombing incident at the White City Stadium in Bulawayo affected Vice President Chiwenga and his wife Mary alongside Vice President Kembo Mohadi and several other government officials. “The incident happened at ...

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Health Service Board working on salary scale

The Health Service Board which was recently sworn held its induction for the incoming board members today in Harare. The induction was held in order to impart knowledge and skills, to the newly appointed Health Service Board Members, on the key Government principles and values. In the note address by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Child ...

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Forex rate elapse: Medicine price still up

With the economic instability in the country it has become so expensive to buy anything especially without foreign currency. This has been evident even in the medical sector where medicine is been sold forex. The Pharmaceutical Society of Zimbabwe has released a press statement in line with the current situation in Zimbabwe. In the press statement that was made today ...

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Forex to be availed for pharmaceutical sector

The Vice President Kembo Mohadi has warned the pharmaceutical sector on price hiking and refusing to accept their medical aids under the banner no forex no medication.  He said this to the media yesterday following issue of price hikes that are underway in the country at the Munhumuatapa building in Harare, he said that the government is going to stabilise ...

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Fight Breast Cancer and save lives

October is regarded as breast cancer awareness month, a worldwide annual campaign involving thousands of organizations to highlight the importance of breast cancer awareness, education and research. Breast cancer is a type of disease that forms in the cells of the breast. Breast is usually associated with women, approximately 80% of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer have it ...

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No US dollar , no medicine

Zimbabwean Pharmacies  have temporarily suspended the use of medical aid cards,selling basic medicines in US dollar and some even closed due to the prevailing economic conditions . Local pharmacies claim that the current bond note cannot buy medicine  especially from outside suppliers  as a result there is no need to sell in bond notes , however the issue of basic ...

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Hon Moyo officially opens Zim-Afro Medical and Health Expo 8th Edition

The Minister of Health and Child Care honourable Obiadiah Moyo has officially opened The 8th edition  Zim- Afro Medical and Health Expo 2018 been held at the Harare International Conference Centre today. The conference started yesterday and was running under sub themes of Innovative Regulatory Models, Safe Practise and quality, Medical and health education. Speaking at the conference the minister ...

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V.P Chiwenga dismisses poor health allegations

Vice President Costantino Guveya Chiwenga has responded to the  allegations that are on social media concerning his health. He has responded to the fake news via his twitter handle today. He wrote on his twitter handle that: “Do not believe the rumours circulating on social media about my health conditions.” This came after there were allegations that the vice president ...

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NetOne reaches out to Cholera affected places

NetOne has reached out to cholera affected places like Budiriro, Glenview and Mbare. NetOne organized a cleanup campaign that was held in Budiriro 5.   The Chief Commercial Officer Brian Mutandiro said that NetOne is reaching out to these communities in order to help out so that the issue of cholera can be solved. “We are demonstrating our oneness with ...

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Mliswa blames corrupt town Councils for Cholera Outbreak

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has blamed local authorities for the Cholera outbreak that has affected people in Harare and other near places. Mliswa has shown his disgust on the corrupt local authorities in his recent tweets this morning. “Cholera is an archaic scourge that has been compounded not only by poor service delivery but by corruption ...

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