Nurse Raped While On Duty

A female nurse at Extension 2 Clinic in, GaboroneBotswana was raped while on duty early Sunday morning while she was taking a health break. Botswana Health and Wellness minister, Dr Alfred Madigele said the incident was regrettable and matter has already been reported to police. “Early Sunday morning one of our female nurse was raped on duty at Extension 2 clinic in Gaborone. The incident happened when the nurse was on a health break at around 4am. The nurse was seen by doctors the same morning in the clinic and…

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Nurses Fate To Be Sealed On Thursday

HIGH court Judge, Justice Amy Tsanga is expected to preside over the application by the Zimbabwe Nurses Association (ZINA) where they are seeking an order to bar government from terminating their contracts of employment. Zimbabwe Nurses Association filed an urgent chamber application in the High Court on Friday 20 April 2018 seeking an order to stop the HSB, Hon. Parirenyatwa and Vice-President Chiwenga from terminating the services of nurses and to declare the termination of their employment contracts as null and void and be stopped from filling their positions. In…

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FREE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING: ONGOING TILL JUNE 2018

Have you suffered a recent Stroke of head injury (Less than 4 Months?) If you have, we are inviting you for  NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL assessments. Please note, there is no financial cost to you, this is a part of a research by Debra Machando in partnership with the University of Cape Town. Ethics Clarence MRCZ/A/2050). WHAT IS NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL Testing These  are simple tests to  detect  damaged  and  spared brain functions e.g language, memory, action planning, and handling numbers after traumatic brain injury. How will the Neuropsychological tests benefit you Tests results will…

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Manicaland Records 8 000 New STI Cases

MANICALNAD recorded close to 8 000 new cases of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) among young youths between January and February this year, statistics have revealed. The Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council (ZNFPC) availed the statistics at the first quarter adolescent reproductive health forum held held in Mutare recently. A total of 7 989 new cases were recorded in the province. In an interview with The Herald, ZNFPC Mnanicaland provincial manager, Mr Dryson Masvingise, said Mutare, Mutasa, Chipinge and Makoni districts recorded the highest number of new urethra discharge infections among…

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