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New Nyamuzuwe Waiting Home For Expecting Mothers

Stanbic Bank in partnership with Plan International Zimbabwe has embarked on a project to build a mothers waiting home at Nyamuzuwe rural hospital in Mutoko district. The bank through its Chief Executive , Mr Josh Tapambgwa  donated US$100 000 dollars for the project. Speaking at the ground breaking ceremony, the guest of honour who is the acting Provincial Medical Director ...

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Government’s action against Nurses challenged

Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) have challenged the recent decision by the government to fire nurses who were on industrial action advocating against poor wages and poor working conditions. Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights have mentioned the firing of nurses by the ...

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Turkey to help Ministry of Health and Child care

The ambassador of Turkey to Zimbabwe, Hakan Kivanc has made a curtesy call to the Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa at his Kaguvi Offices today. The two discussed on various issues including Turkey medical teachers coming to Zimbabwe to train Zimbabwean doctors after revealing that Turkey intends to help the ministry. After the meeting, Dr Parirenyatwa ...

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Ministry of Health and Child Care appeals for help

The minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa has appealed to the corporate world to offer assistance to the ministry. The minister said this at a hand over ceremony that was held at Kaguvi Building in Harare today where Nestle Nutrition Institute Africa (NNIA) donated 63 Neonatal Resuscitation kits to the Ministry of Health and Child Care. In ...

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Decoding NCDs for a healthy new Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Medical Association has held a health expo in Harare today focusing on the issues to do with Non communicable diseases (NCDs). In an interview with ZimOnline, Sharon Rusare one of the organisers from the Zimbabwe Medical Association said the Expo was to educate citizens about NCDs that are on the rise in the country. She highlighted that some of ...

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MSF says goodbye to Zimbabwe

The Permanent  Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Brigadier General Dr. Gerald Gwinji  has commemorated  the developments that have been done by Medecins Sans Frontiers(MSF) in connection with mental health  in Zimbabwe. In an Interview with ZimOnline News, Dr Gwinji said: “The country has managed to train more than 30 nurses with the basics of mental health ...

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Orange week celebrated

The KidzCan Zimbabwe has hosted an Orange launch day in Harare today. The launch is done annually to commemorate children diagnosed with cancer. The launch was graced by the honorable United State Ambassador Harry Thomas Jr. In his speech the Ambassador said “with this new dispensation, Zimbabwe must take the chance to get money from organization like the United Nations, ...

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Unilever promotes hygiene in schools

Unilever Zimbabwe was saluted by Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Paul Mavima for its continued social corporate responsibility after it donated a borehole and refurbished toilets at Chizungu Primary School in Epworth last week. Speaking at the Global Hand-washing Day ceremony held at Chizungu Primary School in Harare, Honorable Paul Mavima commended the effort being made by Unilever ...

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Zimbabweans jeer as “unwell” Dave Emberton is cuffed and paraded for alleged shoplifting

In a country that has lost all dignity and respect of men and women that selflessly served the nation, former ZBC Television news anchor David Emberton who remains a darling of his community and fans was earlier today cuffed and paraded for an alleged shoplifting crime. Emberton who resides in Kamfinsa where he usually shops and commutes suffers from dementia ...

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The Crisis of Broncler “Bronco” in Zimbabwe

Violence and perfunctoriness is the order of the day. A highly contagious and deadly disease is on the loose. People are dying by the day; will a hero rise to save the city? The year is not 2035 and this is not a scene from a Hollywood sci-fi movie. Drugs are slowly transforming our youth into ‘zombies’ and if no ...

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