Kariba District Records Decline In Malnutrition Cases

By Michael Gwarisa In Kariba KARIBA District has recorded a decline in malnutrition cases since 2016 owing to rigorous interventions by the ministry of health in collaboration with Save the Children. In an interview on the sidelines of a media sensitisation tour in Siyakobvu, Save the Children Nutrition Officer, Talent Kadungu said malnutrition has been on the decline since the adoption of the interventions in the various districts including Kariba and Binga. “Kariba has been one of the most affected regions in the country with cases of severe malnutrition and…

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Dr Stamps Declared National Hero

By Kudakwashe Pembere HEALTH Advisor to former President of Zimbabwe and former Health minister , Dr Timothy Stamps who died on Sunday has been declared a National Hero. He succumbed to a lung infection at Borrowdale Trauma Centre. According to ZBC News, Zanu PF Politburo members, Dr Obert Mpofu, Cde Simon Khaya Moyo and Dr David Parirenyatwa visited the Stamps home at plot number 6 Weston Road off Hatcliffe in Harare to deliver the message this afternoon. Dr Stamps’ widow, Cindy and eldest son, Kenyon welcomed the decision to confer…

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Stamps a champion of equal rights

Nyemudzai Kakore Herald Correspondent Doctor Timothy Stamps has been described by his family as a champion of black emancipation, as he advocated equal treatment and services between blacks and whites. Dr Stamps, who was Health Advisor to the President and Cabinet and former Minister of Health and Child Care, died on Sunday at Borrowdale Trauma Centre after a lung infection. He was 81. In an interview with The Herald yesterday, his son, Talfin, said his father was criticised for his ideology on black people, as he believed that all men were…

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