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Visually impaired musician joins cholera fight

"Cholera has been a persistent problem, and I believe that through music, we can spread awareness effectively," Zomba said.
By Isheanesu Muchena Apr. 8, 2024

Chitungwiza contains cholera

Chitungwiza was recording over 130 cases weekly cases as the disease wrecked havoc.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 5, 2024

Ministry issues fresh cholera alert

During Cabinet briefing on Tuesday, the government said the ministry continued to conduct integrated training in case management, surveillance, infection prevention and control in cholera hotspots.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 5, 2024

Fresh cholera fears loom

A number of officials interviewed by NewsDay yesterday said they contained the deadly diarrhoeal disease through strengthened surveillance systems
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 2, 2024

HealthTalk: Cholera still in our midst, remain vigilant

The water-borne disease is still a menace and it is not surprising that many people are collapsing and dying in their homes from this treatable disease with no records.
By Johannes Marisa Mar. 31, 2024

Bringing critical care directly to communities impacted by cholera

The recurring cholera outbreaks in informal settlements like Hopley in Harare underscore the peril of poverty and inadequate urban planning.
By Amh Voices Mar. 30, 2024

Cholera remains a threat despite vaccination

Mega church services have been lined up for an action-packed weekend that will be replete with worship, although in some provinces gatherings have been restricted to contain the spread of cholera.
By Newsday Mar. 29, 2024

We still have cholera in our country

The dehydration which follows may be fulminant and can result in severe electrolyte imbalances, muscle cramps and even acute renal injury.
By Johannes Marisa Mar. 28, 2024

‘45m children at high risk of climate change-induced diseases’

Unicef regional director for eastern and southern Africa, Eva Kadilli, said the climate change crisis is a real threat to children through disease outbreaks and malnutrition.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 27, 2024