Dr Benard Madzima Appointed NAC CEO

Family health director in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Bernard Madzima is now the new National Aids Council (NAC) chief executive officer. Source: The Herald Dr Madzima was appointed yesterday by the Ministry of Health and Child Care in consultation with President Mnangagwa. He replaces Dr Tapuwa Magure who left the organisation in 2018. Since then, NAC has been operating without a substantive chief executive. Government is yet to appoint a board of directors for NAC, which was dissolved early last year.

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Merck Foundation Launches ‘Stay At Home’ Media Awards

MERK Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany together with African First Ladies  have announced the call for applications for their ‘Stay at Home” Media Recognition Awards for African countries. By Kudakwashe Pembere The organisation is working with First ladies from Ghana, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC ), Malawi, Namibia, Niger, Guinea Conakry, Burundi, Central African Republic (C.A.R.), Chad, Zimbabwe, Zambia, The Gambia, Liberia and Congo Brazzaville on the media awards initiative. The theme of the awards is ‘Raising Awareness on how to Stay Safe and keep Physically…

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#Covid19Zim: Are You Prepared For The New Economic Landscape

I have the opportunity to work in a formal set-up at a strategic and global level. I also interact with the informal and ordinary Zimbabweans on a daily basis. By Farai Kasese My focus is on  exploring how the global economy affects the micro-economy (informal sector ), which constitutes the greater number of the Zimbabwean population. I would like to look at the entire situation from a global perspective. Zimbabwe does not operate in isolation. Zimbabwe is a global player, which in-turn impacts us regionally and locally. The following aspects are…

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