Government has urged people to change their habits when greeting each other and do away with handshakes to avoid the spread of cholera .
Addressing the media in the capital yesterday, deputy minister of Health and Child Care Dr John Mangwiro said people should try other means
Government has suspended the purchase of vehicles for Ministers and Members of Parliaments to make sure that they fund towards the outbreak of cholera, newly appointed Finance and Economic Development minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has revealed.
Addressing a joint press conference with different stakeholders within the business
The number of people who have succumbed to the deadly cholera epidemic has risen to 30 from the 5463 cases reported so far, according to Minister of Health and Child Care.
Moyo who confirmed the figure to one of the local newspapers said government was looking
The MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has described the cholera outbreak and the deaths it has claimed so far as a serious indictment to Zimbabwe charging that it is a signal that the country is is not moving forward but is still hanging in the past
Government has banned public gatherings as it seeks to contain the deadly cholera outbreak that has now claimed 21 lives and reported in more than three suburbs in Harare.
In a statement released today, the Zimbabwe Republic Police said;
"The government has declared the cholera outbreak a
Local beverages producer, Delta Corporation has delivered 45,000 litres of clean water to cholera ravaged suburbs of Glen View and Budiriro as part of the company's “MAKE A DIFFERENCE” (MAD) campaign.
In a press statement released today, Delta said the initiative is expected to galvanize key