THE government’s decision to embark on the demolition of illegal structures around the country which has been likened to the widely criticised 2005 Murambatsvina campaign, will hit HIV/AIDS patients hardest, rights activists have warned. Continue reading
TOO weak to sit, or even hold up his head, Prince Sibanda is slowly starving to death. The baby is almost two but his tiny body resembles that of an infant of five months. Continue reading
THE Zimbabwe National Network for People Living with HIV/AIDS has launched a pageant for women living with HIV/AIDS in Matabeleland South Province.
In the past decade, the Adventist Church has established more than 3,000 programs to help those affected by HIV/AIDS in 26 countries. Continue reading
GOVERNMENT has no policy that advocates provision of contraceptives to girls as young as 10 years of age and does not intend to have such a policy in the near future, Health and Child Care Minister Dr. David Parirenyatwa has said. Continue reading
Women in Zimbabwe are dying more from cervical cancer than from HIV and AIDS due to lack of information and access to health services, a local gynaecologist says. Continue reading
Chiefs countrywide have been urged to adopt annual male circumcision in their communities like the Shangaan people in southern Masvingo if the country is to make meaningful inroads in fighting against HIV/AIDS. Continue reading
A RECORD 1 200 Shangaan men and boys from Mwenezi and Chiredzi graduated at the weekend after undergoing circumcision and initiation as per the dictates of the local culture. Continue reading
Dr. David Parirenyatwa has been re-appointed as the new Minister of Health & Child Welfare in Zimbabwe’s new cabinet which was announced late on Tuesday.