MCAZ revokes codeine exporters’ licenses

Some Zimbabwean wholesale pharmaceutical operators had their licenses revoked after the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) discovered that they were illegally exporting Histalix D, a locally manufactured cough syrup product. to Zambia and Mozambique, By Kuda Pembere Addressing a press conference on Monday MCAZ Head Licencing and Enforcement Division Mrs Caroline Dandira-Samatanga noted that the revokement of licenses or permits was part of its contributions to the fight against drug and substance abuse. “MCAZ’s primary responsibility is to regulate medicines and medical devices in Zimbabwe. Through our robust regulatory…

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