NetOne Tackles Breast Cancer In Mabvuku

ZIMBABWE’s second largest mobile network operator NetOne Cellular in partnership with Cancer Association of Zimbabwe (CAZ) on Saturday gave Mabvuku residents free breast cancer screening services. By Kudakwashe Pembere By lunch hour, over hundred females and more than 20 males including boxer Charles Manyuchi had their breasts examined. Nine referrals were made for further assessment and treatment. NetOne public relations executive Dr Eldrette Shereni said this was part of their corporate social investments to raise awareness on various diseases. Today we are in Mabvuku having a Community Health Expo where…

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Gvt Seeks To Maintain Blood Subsidy

THE Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) says it is working to boost domestic financial resources to complement the health levy in a bid to finance the free blood subsidy which was initiated by government in 2018. By Michael Gwarisa recently in Chimanimani The development comes at the back of indications that the health levy has racked in not less than ZW$63 million since inception in 2017. Speaking at the belated World Blood Donor Day (WBD) 2019 commemorations in Chimanimani, Manicaland Provincial Medical Director (PMD), Dr Patron Mafaune said…

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NetOne Takes Cholera Cleanup Campaign To CBD

Zimbabwe’s second largest mobile network operator NetOne on Thursday held a clean-up campaign in Harare CBD as part of its efforts to intensify the fight against Cholera. By Kudakwashe Pembere This clean-up campaign comes hot on the heels of the first one done in Buduriro a month ago. The company having pledged a cent per every SMS sent on their platform, they also donated several water tanks in the affect areas of Budiriro and Glen View to mention but these hotspots. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of the clean-up…

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NetOne Rolls Out SMS Campaign To Fight Cholera

THE country’s second largest mobile network operator, NetOne has initiated an SMS campaign meant to raise funds towards combating the obtaining cholera epidemic which has claimed not less than 35 lives and infected 7800 others.   By Michael Gwarisa Speaking to Journalists on the side-lines of a NetOne organised clean-up campaign in Budiriro, the company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Mr Brain Mutandiro said the SMS campaign would also compliment the one million  litres of water they have donated to the Cholera epicenters in Budiriro, Mbare and Glenview. “We are demonstrating…

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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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