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2023, a year of ups and downs in the health sector

A health system is an organisation of people, institutions and resources that deliver healthcare services to meet the health needs of the target populations
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 21, 2023

NewsDay cartoon 17 November, 2023 edition

NewsDay cartoon 17 November, 2023 edition
By The Watcher Nov. 17, 2023

Ambulance crisis hits Byo

According to the report, the ambulance unit has 62 employees instead of the required 108, which is further compromising the city’s emergency response services.
By Staff Reporter May. 16, 2023

Power outages hinder sound health service delivery

For over a decade, the country’s main local sources of energy which include both hydroelectric and thermal power stations have been failing to meet demand.
By Johannes Marisa Apr. 16, 2023

Land offer to medical practitioners welcome

President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangangwa last week offered free land to medical professionals for construction of health centres.
By Johannes Marisa Nov. 24, 2022

Something amiss in our health sector, Mr President

Vice-President and Health minister was mourning that little of what the ministry was allocated in November last year had actually reached its coffers to help it improve health delivery.
By Newsday Nov. 22, 2022

Cartoon: October 11, 2022 edition.

Cartoon: October 11, 2022 edition.
By The Watcher Oct. 11, 2022

Cartoon, September 5, 2022

Cartoon, September 5, 2022
By The Watcher Sep. 5, 2022

Health Talk: National Health Insurance can foster better solutions

At least 60% of our citizens cannot access adequate health care, a phenomenon which is quite unfortunate. Many lives are being lost on a daily basis yet better medical services can be offered to salvage the horrendous situation.

By The Standard Jun. 12, 2022