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NetOne cleans CBD

Net One held a cleanup campaign today in the Harare Central Business District which started at their headquarters in Rotten Row Street. The Chief Commercial Officer Brian Mutandiro said NetOne is reaching out to places affected by Cholera and that they also did a campaign in Budiriro in September this year. They also visited places which includes Glenview and Mbare ...

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ZIMA clashes Magaya

Following Magaya’s claim over the HIV and AIDS cure, the Zimbabwe Medical Association has urged all patients under the ARV treatment to continue their medication until medical evidence is provided to any claim of cure. The Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader Prophet Walter Magaya said that he had been given the revelation to the cure for HIV and ...

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Khupe on Breast Cancer awareness

October is considered as the breast cancer awareness month across the globe and in Zimbabwe the whole month is celebrated by both men and women. Meanwhile a recent research suggests that men are also exposed to the silent killer disease as a result it is of greater importance to get screened today. Accordingly, former Deputy Prime Minister and president of ...

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Former Minister of Health David Parirenyatwa fights to clear his name

After being dropped as Minister , David Parirenyatwa was arrested and charged for criminal abuse of office.Parirenyatwa who was arrested last month before being freed on $500 bail stands accused of interfering with and prejudicing the National Pharmaceutical Company of Zimbabwe of $15 003. On Tuesday this week through his lawyer Mugiya and Macharaga Law Chambers  petitioned the High Court ...

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Health decline in Zimbabwe

The economic crisis in Zimbabwe has led to a shortage supply of medicine and treatment, Zimbabwe’s proud health system is deteriorating at an alarming rate, health facilities are worsening drastically following the foreign currency shortages leading to high cost price of medical drugs in hospitals and pharmacies. Meanwhile the Vice President of Zimbabwe Constantino Chiwenga arrived from South Africa a ...

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Mliswa to give his pay to village workers

Temba Mliswa a member of parliament for Norton Constituency yesterday pledged to give all his pay to village health workers. He said this yesterday at the World Mental health Day launch and commemorations held in Norton yesterday. He said this after appreciating the amount of work that is done by the village health workers and what they get as their ...

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Men also at risk of breast cancer

Breast Cancer has become a cause for concern in men as it is an uncommon disease and is still very rare in different countries .The male breast cancer is commonly known as non-lump breast cancer, representing approximately 1% of cancers that occurs in men. In Zimbabwe breast cancer affects one in every 10 women and one in every 100 men, ...

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Mathematics now a pre-requirement for Nursing training

Ministry of Health yesterday issued  a circular, setting  out the revised requirements  set for prospective candidates  to be trained  as nurses starting  May 2019  intake. According  to the  new requirements those applying  to enrol in  nursing  should  possess five( 5 )ordinary  level passes  in one sitting which includes English language ,Mathematics and Science and two other subjects and should be ...

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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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