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A client being tested for HIV While we have shared a lot of information on HIV, it is important to note that Zimbabwe has 1,3 million people living with HIV. ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter THE reopening of what could arguably be the country’s largest beer garden, Chigarapasi in Chiredzi has gotten the National Aids Council (Nac) sweating. ...

Tadiwa Nyatanga-Pfupa The National Aids Council wishes to advise all people who are currently on anti-retroviral therapy (ART), and those who will be initiated on ART to take their medicines as prescribed by health personnel. ...

Ingutsheni Hospital Bulawayo Belinda Moyo, Sunday News Reporter NURSES must work towards improving the quality of the health in the country as a healthy nation can fully and properly participate in its economic turnaround, an official has said. ...

Charleen Ndlovu , Sunday News THE Government is in a process of coming up with standard operation procedures for the collection and processing of stool specimens for TB diagnosis in children in an effort to improve treatment through the roll-out and scale-up of improved diagnostics and treatments, an official has said. ...

Tendai Bhebe, Sunday News Reporter MORE than 50 doctors and specialists under the Zimbabwe Medical Association (Zima) will this month offer free medical services to villagers in Gwanda as part of the organisation’s social responsibility programme. ...

Dr Joseph Mberikunashe Tendai Bhebe, Sunday News Reporter MALARIA deaths have declined by more than half in the first seven months of the year compared to the same period last year as the Government continues to put more interventions to fight the disease. ...

ZIMBABWE, through the National Aids Council (Nac), has introduced a programme that targets boys as the country scales up its HIV interventions which have been largely female targeted over the past years. ...

Minister Prisca Mupfumira Peter Matika, Senior Reporter THE Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry in partnership with Prophet Walter Magaya’s Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries, yesterday held a clean-up campaign in Harare’s CBD, as the ministry works towards maintaining a clean and disease free environment. ...

Belinda Moyo, Sunday News Reporter RESIDENTS in Umzingwane in Matabeleland South are appealing to the Government to prioritise health in the 2019 national budget, as many districts in the country do not have modern health facilities. ...