Zim scientist in Covid-19 vaccine breakthrough

A US-BASED Zimbabwe-born scientist Dr Tatenda Shopera has made history by being part of a team that developed the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine. Dr Tatenda...

22-year-old gives birth to Siamese twins

A 22-YEAR-OLD Beitbridge woman has become the sixth in independent Zimbabwe to give birth to Siamese or conjoined twins. Miss Antonette Moyo gave birth to...

Nurses to work flexible hours

NURSES can continue working flexible hours despite the noting of an appeal by the government against an earlier High Court decision granting that permission. This...

Zim makes huge strides in combating HIV/AIDS

Zimbabwe has made commendable progress in reversing the course of the AIDS pandemic through prevention of new HIV infections and the provision of treatment...

Covid-19 cases spike

Zimbabwe continues to record more Covid-19 cases, with 115 cases reported today. This means the country has recorded a staggering 225 cases in 48 hours...

100 succumb to malaria

GOVERNMENT has raised a red flag over increased malaria cases in Manicaland Province as over 100 people have died since the beginning of the...

Diarrhoea kills 13 people in Bulawayo

BULAWAYO has recorded an increase in diarrhoea cases, which have claimed 13 lives, and remains on high alert for a typhoid outbreak as the...

Guard against Covid-19 surge – VP Chiwenga

Zimbabweans have once again been reminded to follow the World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines on COVID-19 to prevent a spike in cases like what...

Injectable HIV drug once every 2 months 89% more effective than daily pills

A long-acting injectable antiretroviral drug administered once every two months is "safe and superior" to daily pills taken by women to protect them from...

29 more people test positive for Covid 19

TWENTY-NINE people tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday as the total number of cases in the country rose to 8 349. From the recorded new cases,...