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Zimbabwean Child Suffers Rare Sex Organ Disorder

Harare: A 10 year-old Zimbabwean child is suffering from a rare condition ambiguous genitalia in which the minor has both female and male...

European Union Supports Zimbabwe Cholera Fight

Harare- In response to a severe outbreak of cholera that is believed to have infected over 6,400 people in Zimbabwe according to the World...

Unregistered Doctors a Danger to Public Health in Mozambique

Thirty-four percent of the doctors in Mozambique are not registered to practice, the Order of Doctors’ chairperson António Zacarias told the second congress...

Zimbabwean Tycoon Masiyiwa’s Cholera Fund Exposes Govt Rot

Zimbabwe's richest man and Econet Wireless founder Strive Masiyiwa has expressed outrage over government officials' attempt to defraud Econet's U.S $10 Million cholera response...

UNICEF Releases Situation Report on Zimbabwe Cholera Outbreak

Harare: Zimbabwe has declared a state of emergency following a cholera outbreak that has claimed 25 lives to date, with more than 4000 people...

Cholera Outbreak Hits Zimbabwe, State of Emergency Declared

Government has declared the cholera outbreak in Harare a state of emergency as numbers of people dying or falling sick from the bacterial infection...

New HIV Infections, AIDS-Related Deaths Drop in Mozambique

The Council of Ministers received a report on the current state of the fight against HIV/AIDS. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

DR Congo Conflict Hampering Ebola Fight – WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) chief has repeated his call for warring parties in DR Congos’s (DRC’s) conflict-riven North Kivu to stop fighting, and...

Africa Business Forum to Unlock Infrastructural Transformation Potential

Johannesburg: THE sixth annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum to be held in October 2018 in Sandton, South Africa, is expected bring together prominent...

Tanzanian Lawmakers to Undergo HIV Testing

Dodoma: TANZANIAN lawmakers will undergo HIV testing on Thursday in support of government’s fight against the epidemic that kills over 33 000 citizens annually...