#BREAKING: Health Minister Obadiah Moyo Fired

PRESIDENT Emerson Mnangagwa has fired health and child care minister Obhadiah Moyo. By Michael Gwarisa According to Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet, Dr Misheck Sibanda, the President has in terms of Section 340, Subsection, paragraph (f) as read with Section 104 subsection (1) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, removed from the office of cabinet minister Dr Obhadiah Moyo  from the office of cabinet minster with immediate effect for conduct inappropriate for a government minister.

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Shortage Of Blood Products: An Early Ticket To The Other World For Pregnant Women In Zimbabwe

Young Preganant Women at Tariro Clinic and Youty Centre

WORLD over, an estimated 800 women die daily due to pregnancy related causes. The majority of these deaths occur in developing countries; the majority of which occur in Sub-Saharan Africa. Zimbabwean has one of the highest mortality rates of around 463 per 100 000; this is an estimate from yesteryears and the current standing may be worse off. By Dr Grant Murewanehma The three direct leading causes of maternal death are infection (sepsis), hypertensive disorders and bleeding before, during or after childbirth, otherwise known as obstetric haemorrhage. Obstetric haemorrhage is…

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#JUSTIN: 11 Nurses Released On ZW$1000 Bail

MBARE Magistrate Court, ZLHR lawyers Rudo Bere and Tinashe Chinopfukutwa have ended the detention of 11 nurses arrested Monday and charged for allegedly violating some national lockdown regulations after securing their release on RTGS$1 000 bail. The nurses have been ordered to report once a week at various Zimbabwe Republic Police stations. SOURCE: ZLHR NEWSDEK

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UNFPA, Partners Call For Eradication Of Early Marriages and Other Harmful Practices In Zim

THE United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has called for collective effort in ending the growing burden of early marriages and other harmful practices which compromise the health and future of young people especially girls and women. By Michael Gwarisa Every year, millions of girls are subjected to practices that harm them physically and emotionally with the full knowledge and consent of their families, friends and communities, according to the State of World Population 2020, recently launched by UNFPA, the United Nations’ sexual and reproductive health agency. Findings from the State…

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