TelOne In Massive Donation Towards Cholera Fight…As Cases Rise To 4640

ZIMBABWE’s Telecommunications giant, TelOne has pledged US$20 000 and 20 000 liters per day of clean water from a reputable water supplier to further the fight against Cholera in the affected areas. By Michael Gwarisa Speaking during the handover event, Health and Child Care Minister, Dr Obadiah Moyo applauded TelOne for extending a helping hand to the Cholera battle. “To date, we have recorded 4 640 cholera cases up from 3 766 we recorded yesterday. We have an increase of 874 from yesterday. “We have also recorded 27 deaths. Just…

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Vendors Told To Voluntarily Vacate The Streets

THE National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (NAVUZ) has called on its members and all vendors to voluntarily vacate the streets in a bid to minimise the spread of Cholera which has already claimed close to 30 lives and infected 3 700 others. By Michael Gwarisa The developments follows an ambitious City decongestion initiative the NAVUZ has embarked on in partnership with the City of Harare, NetOne, TelOne, POSB and National Building Society (NBS) which will see the city being decongested within 90 days through the setting up of company consortiums…

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Econet Donates $10 million towards Cholera Fight…As Cholera Cases Rise to 3 700

THE country’s leading mobile network operator, Econet wireless has injected US$10 million towards for the procurement of Cholera prevention and management kits. By Kudakwashe Pembere The development comes at the back of an escalating Cholera crisis which has seen the number of cases going up to 3 700. Government is working flat out to contain this epidemic getting assistance from well-wishers such as corporates and non-governmental organisations. Giving a status update on the crisis, Health and Childcare Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo said the numbers continue to swell. “The number of…

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