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New aggressive HIV strain discovered in Cuba

A new strain of the human immuno-deficiency virus (HIV) known as recombinant has been discovered in Cuba.The HIV strain is said to be very aggressive and develops into AIDS twice as fast as th...Read more

New aggressive HIV strain discovered in Cuba

21 February 2015 | 3743 Views
A new strain of the human immuno-deficiency virus (HIV) known as recombinant has been discovered in Cuba.The HIV strain is said to be very aggressive and develops into AIDS twice as fast as th...

by Staff reporter

Zim doctors back from duty in Ebola-infested West Africa

20 February 2015 | 1314 Views
After six weeks of working in the Ebola infested parts of Sierra Leone and Liberia, two of the locally based World Health Organisation (WHO) doctors are back in the country to a heroes' welcome. ...

by Staff reporter

HIV+ patients engage omalayitsha to get drug supplies

15 February 2015 | 2928 Views
ILLEGAL Zimbabwean migrants in South Africa who are on Anti retroviral (ARV) therapy are employing the services of cross border transporters commonly known as omalayitsha to get their monthly supplies...

by Robin Muchetu

Churches, healers mislead HIV+ people

10 February 2015 | 2318 Views
Organisations representing people living with HIV and Aids have accused Pentecostal churches and some apostolic sects of misleading their members by telling them to stop taking life prolonging med...

by Staff reporter

'Stop arresting sex workers'

09 February 2015 | 4422 Views
SEX workers are among the key affected populations that are drivers of HIV, hence should not be victimised or arrested as they have the right to access treatment, Health and Child Care Minister David ...

by Mirirai Nsingo

Govt to investigate rampant ill treatment of patients at hospitals

05 February 2015 | 1703 Views
The Ministry of Health and Child Care has set up a six member taskforce to investigate rampant ill treatment of patients at local hospitals.This follows ZBC's exposure of poor service delivery...

by Staff Reporter

Two people die after being denied treatment at Parirenyatwa Hospital

03 February 2015 | 4699 Views
Two people died after they were denied treatment at Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare on Sunday.The two's health deteriorated while attending a church service at the Prophetic Healing and Deliv...

by Staff Reporter

Chitungwiza residents express hospital privatisation fears

03 February 2015 | 1324 Views
Chitungwiza Central Hospital management last Thursday met representatives of the Chitungwiza Residents' Trust (Chitrest) and assured them that the privatisation of some of the hospital's critical ...

by Staff reporter

Vaccine, operational support crucial in preventing future Ebola epidemics

01 February 2015 | 1298 Views
In this interview by Yemisi Akinbola for Africa Renewal, Julien Potet, the Policy Advisor on Neglected Tropical Diseases Vaccines with Medecins Sans Frontieres, talks about the challenges and advances...

by Yemisi Akinbobola

Early treatment is key in managing Ebola

01 February 2015 | 1211 Views
As efforts to find a cure for the Ebola virus gather momentum, Yemisi Akinbola for Africa Renewal caught up with Dr Bernadette Murgue, the Deputy Director of the French Institut de Microbiologie et de...

by Yemisi Akinbobola

Woman 'rather save for decent burial than pay hospital fees'

01 February 2015 | 2133 Views
"I would rather sit at home and wait to die in pain from these chronic headaches as I cannot afford medical fees that Mpilo Central Hospital is demanding. I would rather save for a decent burial."...

by Robin Muchetu

4-year-old cancer patient appeals for assistance

30 January 2015 | 2633 Views
FOUR-YEAR-OLD Ngonidzashe Mazarire is appealing for $3 000 to undergo surgery in South Africa after he was attacked by an aggressive skin cancer.Despite having started in September last year, ...

by Staff Reporter

Air ambulance plays critical role in some medical emergencies

29 January 2015 | 2602 Views
In a medical emergency the provision of a high level of medical care becomes critical. The swift and timely movement of patients to hospital or from one medical facility to another can be of immense i...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwean student undergoes successful kidney transplant in India

27 January 2015 | 2823 Views
A GREAT Zimbabwe University student, Mollen Ndinatsei Makoni, who was two years ago diagnosed with a life-threatening kidney disorder, returned home on Sunday after undergoing a successful kidney ...

by Staff reporter

Bilharzia disease rampant in Zimbabwe

25 January 2015 | 3016 Views
The Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC), says 57 out of the country's 63 districts are prone to the deadly bilharzia disease which, if untreated, could cause infertility and other health complic...

by Staff Reporter

Tsvangirai confronts clinic staff

23 January 2015 | 6684 Views
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday confronted medical staff at Hopley Clinic in Harare South following claims by his party supporters that the clinic was discriminating and denying them medicati...

by Staff reporter

Lifeline for Harare's expectant mothers

22 January 2015 | 3101 Views
Construction of an operating theatre at Mabvuku Polyclinic as well as the expansion of the institution has begun and is expected to be complete by year end, Harare's Clinic Health director Prospe...

by Staff reporter

Diarrhoea claims 22 lives in a week

22 January 2015 | 1705 Views
A total of 22 people have been succumbed to diarrhoea during the first week of January alone, the ministry of Health and Child Care has announced. According to a government weekly surveil...

by Staff reporter

Concerned over Zimbabwe's high maternal mortality rate

17 January 2015 | 1150 Views
THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has expressed concern over Zimbabwe's "unacceptably high" maternal mortality rate, which currently stands at 614 deaths per 100 000 live births."Materna...

by Staff reporter

Teen girl diagnosed with cancer seeks help

15 January 2015 | 4543 Views
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6KNxa7sA9w...

by Staff Reporter

Air ambulance plays critical role in some medical emergencies

14 January 2015 | 1785 Views
In a medical emergency the provision of a high level of medical care becomes critical. The swift and timely movement of patients to hospital or from one medical facility to another can be of immen...

by MHPR

Doctors have begun taking legal action against medical aid societies

11 January 2015 | 1137 Views
Doctors have begun taking legal action against medical aid societies over US$14 million in outstanding consultation fees.Although court records were not immediately obtainable, it is understoo...

by Shamiso Yikoniko

Nurses to start getting bonus next week

08 January 2015 | 2615 Views
Government says it will pay the remaining civil servants their bonuses on 14 and 23 January.The Acting Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, Walter Mzembi confirmed the develo...

by Staff reporter

Zim nurses now on go-slow, doctors threaten to join

07 January 2015 | 2239 Views
Nurses at Zimbabwe's major state hospitals have started a go-slow, with doctors threatening to join them if their bonuses, which were due on the 2nd of January 2015, are not paid by Friday this week....

by Staff reporter

Zimbabweans turn to black market for hard-to-find ARVs

07 January 2015 | 3090 Views
Nkululeko Sibanda, a 19-year-old man in Harare, started taking the life-saving HIV/AIDS antiretroviral drugs, commonly known as ARVs, after falling sick in August 2014."I was almost dying," he...

by AA

Anthrax outbreak leaves 10 in Hospital

07 January 2015 | 3683 Views
At least 10 people were hospitalized while nine cattle died from anthrax in Chipinge District, Department of Veterinary Services director in the Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigati...

by Staff reporter

Doctors, government set for showdown over allowances

07 January 2015 | 1502 Views
Government has been urged to improve the salaries and working conditions of doctors in 2015 to stem the continuing flight of specialists. President of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors' Assoc...

by Staff reporter

Air ambulance plays critical role in some medical emergencies

06 January 2015 | 1550 Views
In a medical emergency the provision of a high level of medical care becomes critical. The swift and timely movement of patients to hospital or from one medical facility to another can be of immense i...

by Chengetai Chinembiri

Zimbabwean nurses threaten 'crippling' strike over unpaid bonuses

06 January 2015 | 3156 Views
The Zimbabwe Nurses Association (ZINA) Harare Chapter has given the government an ultimatum to pay off their bonuses by Friday the 9th of this month or face a crippling industrial action.The ...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe introduces new HIV treatment

05 January 2015 | 4242 Views
GOVERNMENT is with effect from this month switching all people on HIV treatment to a new one of one tablet per day from the previous three pills to make it easier for patients not to default on taking...

by Staff Reporter

First UK case of Ebola confirmed in Glasgow

29 December 2014 | 2248 Views
A healthcare worker who has just returned from West Africa has been diagnosed with Ebola and is being treated in hospital in Glasgow.The woman, who arrived from Sierra Leone on Sunday night, ...

by Staff Reporter

Ever increasing road accidents eating into blood stocks

28 December 2014 | 1710 Views
HARARE - The National Blood Service Zimbabwe (NBSZ) says the ever increasing road accidents are negatively impacting its blood stocks.NBSZ public relations manager, Tichaona Saira, said althou...

by Staff Reporter

Rare births, increase in babies born with split abdomen

28 December 2014 | 2618 Views
The country's hospitals are experiencing bizarre cases of babies born with split abdomen, a rare condition known as gastroschisis.Gastroschisis is a birth defect of the abdominal (belly) w...

by Shamiso Yikoniko

Babongile Sikhonjwa in stable condition

27 December 2014 | 5580 Views
BULAWAYO socialite and comedian Babongile Sikhonjwa, who spent Christmas in hospital after being involved in an accident early this week, is said to be in a stable condition after X-rays conduc...

by Bongani Ndlovu

26 babies born on Christmas day in Bulawayo

27 December 2014 | 1733 Views
TWENTY-SIX babies were born on Christmas Day at Bulawayo's three largest hospitals. Mpilo Central Hospital successfully delivered 15 babies while United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) delivered eight...

by Charity Ruzvidzo

116 babies born on Christmas Day in Harare and Chitungwiza

27 December 2014 | 3971 Views
At least 116 babies were born on Christmas Day in public and private hospitals in Harare and Chitungwiza with a higher figure expected countrywide. Twenty-eight were born at Harare Central Hosp...

by Ruth Chipayi

'Esigodini hospital does not meet demands'

24 December 2014 | 2236 Views
Adequate health care service delivery is still a dream for Umzingwane constituents amid revelations that the district's hospital is an old farm house which is not equipped enough to serve the people, ...

by Makhosi Sibanda

ARVs fully stocked

23 December 2014 | 4827 Views
HARARE - Director of Aids and Tuberculosis Unit in Health and Child Care ministry, Owen Mugurungi has said the Government has enough stock of single dose anti-retroviral drugs for the estimated 1....

by Staff Reporter

HIV-related illnesses leading causes of deaths in Harare

22 December 2014 | 3169 Views
HARARE - HIV-related illnesses have been identified as one of the leading causes of deaths in Harare, the Harare City Council 2013 health report revealed.In a report presented to the health co...

by Staff Reporter

Zim's blood bank refuses to honour top blood giver

19 December 2014 | 3375 Views
Harare - Zimbabwe's blood bank has vindictively reprimanded one of its long serving blood donors by refusing to honour him among the country's top blood givers.The National Blood Service Zimba...

by Staff Reporter

Ministry orders deduction of pay for striking doctors

16 December 2014 | 1205 Views
Government is heading for a showdown with junior doctors at public hospitals after it ordered chief executive officers and provincial medical directors to deduct salaries of all junior doctors who...

by Staff reporter

Zim scientists in bid to prevent women from contracting HIV during sex

14 December 2014 | 3124 Views
Zimbabwean scientists are developing a microbicide that prevents women from contracting HIV even if they do not use protective sheaths during intercourse.The microbicide - whose research ends...

by Staff Reporter

Only 15% of countries in Africa have mental health services - Study

10 December 2014 | 1444 Views
GENEVA - The Global status report on violence prevention 2014 reveals that 475 000 people were murdered in 2012, and homicide is the third leading cause of death globally for males aged 15-44 years, h...

by AOP

Doctors threaten strike

08 December 2014 | 2454 Views
Hospital doctors in Zimbabwe warned on Monday they will go on strike again if threats to cut their monthly salaries by more than one third are carried out.In a press release, the Zimbabwe ...

by Sapa

Dr Parirenyatwa warns prophets

07 December 2014 | 3078 Views
THE Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa, has warned traditional and faith healers against misleading people by claiming that they had powers to heal HIV.Dr Parirenyatwa sa...

by Tinomuda Chakanyuka

Zim victims of arson en route to Johannesburg for reconstructive surgery

04 December 2014 | 3343 Views
Tariro House of Hope (THH) has successfully organized and sent two of our girls, Melissa Mutetwa-Makarati and Gamuchurai Vanessa Gohodza, victims of arson, to South Africa for reconstructive surge...

by Tariro House of Hope

Fundraising dinner for Harare and Mpilo hospitals

03 December 2014 | 1588 Views
Medical charity Vana VeZimbabwe will this Friday host a fundraising dinner and dance in London to contribute towards the purchase of medical equipment for hospitals in Zimbabwe.Leading Zim...

by Own Correspondent

Ebola slows down, vaccine development promising

02 December 2014 | 1400 Views
BEIJING - The World Health Organization (WHO) said the Ebola outbreaks was slowing down as measures were being enforced and some technical targets were almost reached, while scientists said their ...

by Staff Reporter

All Zimbabwean families to be tested for HIV/AIDS

24 November 2014 | 4577 Views
Government has embarked on a family test and treat HIV and Aids campaign aimed at increasing the number of men and children accessing anti-retroviral drugs.Officially launching the campaign, e...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe launches HIV testing for under 15s

23 November 2014 | 1757 Views
The Ministry of Health and Child Care has introduced HIV and AIDS testing and counselling for children below the age of 15 to attain universal access, prevention, treatment and care services.T...

by Staff reporter
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