• Zimbabwe sacks state hospital bosses after firing of health minister

    Zimbabwe sacks state hospital bosses after firing of health minister0

    Zimbabwe’s Health Services board confirmed that the chief executives and several directors at five state hospitals were dismissed as the government tries to prop up is struggling public health system in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and other challenges. The move is an attempt to improve “operational efficiency, effectiveness, accountability”, according to Health Services

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  • Zambian artist, Sticka is COVID-19 free

    Zambian artist, Sticka is COVID-19 free0

    By Brian Sekiranda Sticka a Zambian gospel artist known by his songs like Nikambeko, if i do you , Zikomo and Tota so which he did with Solomon plate, has been under going medical test of COVID-19 which made him go under self isolation. Two day back Sticka went under testing ofCOVID-19, how ever he

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  • Zambia’s founding president Kenneth Kaunda to be buried twice.

    Zambia’s founding president Kenneth Kaunda to be buried twice.0

    According to Tilyenji Kaunda, the first burial will be done at the Presidential Burial Site and the second burial at his residence in state Lodge next to his wife Betty Kaunda as per his wishes. The Family and the state have agreed that his second burial will only be done once preparations conclude. Dr. Kaunda’s

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  • WORLD’S FIRST MALARIA VACCINE REGISTERS SUCCESS IN WESTERN KENYA.

    WORLD’S FIRST MALARIA VACCINE REGISTERS SUCCESS IN WESTERN KENYA.0

    The world’s first malaria vaccine, after 30 years in the making was deployed in some sub-Saharan African countries in a pilot program including; Ghana, Kenya and Malawi, since 2019 with funding from: Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and,  the Unitaid. The RTS,S vaccine is the first malaria vaccine

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  • WORLD TOURISM DAY

    WORLD TOURISM DAY0

    Today is World Tourism Day and we join the rest of the world to celebrate the travel industry’s; social, economic, political and cultural significance. This industry alone employs millions of people around the globe and is responsible for the livelihood of 1 in every 10 people here on earth. In some countries it represents over

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  • WORLD CEREBRAL PALSY DAY.

    WORLD CEREBRAL PALSY DAY.0

    06TH October is World Cerebral Palsy day or cerebral Palsy awareness day each year. Cerebral Palsy is a group of disorders that affect a Person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture. It is the most common motor disability in childhood. Cerebral means having to do with the brain, Palsy means weakness or problems

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