News
    October 23, 2017

    217 in maternal deaths

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter ABOUT 217 women have died while giving birth countrywide since January this year amid concerns that…
    News
    October 23, 2017

    Blood bank appeals to group O donors

    Kiyapili Sibanda, Chronicle Reporter THE National Blood Services of Zimbabwe (NBSZ) is appealing for blood donors in blood group O…
    Medical
    October 23, 2017

    RBZ throws Mpilo cancer unit lifeline

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has thrown Mpilo Central Hospital’s cancer unit a lifeline by providing…
    HIV/AIDS
    October 23, 2017

    100 hookers, truckers test for HIV, STIs

    Nonsikelelo Moyo, Chronicle Reporter MORE than 100 commercial sex workers and truck drivers were tested for sexually transmitted diseases on…
    News
    October 23, 2017

    Depression takes major toll on Zim workforce

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter ABOUT 10 percent of Zimbabwean workers take time off due to depression, a common mental disorder,…
    Medical
    October 23, 2017

    Ekusileni gets green light to shortlist prospective investors

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter THE committee tasked to work towards the re-opening of Ekusileni Hospital has finally been given the…
    Medical
    October 23, 2017

    Doctors cancel overtime

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter DOCTORS at United Bulawayo Hospitals have joined countrywide protests against the Salary Services Bureau (SSB)’s decision…
    Medical
    October 18, 2017

    Ekusileni gets green light to shortlist prospective investors

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter THE committee tasked to work towards the re-opening of Ekusileni Hospital has finally been given the…
    Uncategorized
    October 18, 2017

    Doctors mull retaliation after allowance cut

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter THE Salary Services Bureau (SSB) has cut locum allowances for doctors, triggering disgruntlement within the profession,…
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    October 17, 2017

    Depression takes major toll on Zim workforce

    Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter ABOUT 10 percent of Zimbabwean workers take time off due to depression, a common mental disorder,…
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