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  • Business as usual say Hon. Minister Dr. Dokora

    Business as usual say Hon. Minister Dr. Dokora

    Primary and Secondary Education Minister Doctor Lazarus Dokora says schools will not be closed today and tomorrow as being suggested on various social media platforms. A letter doing the rounds is suggesting that schools will be closed on the 23rd and 24th of February to allow them to participate in the 21st February Movement celebrations.

  • More Zimbabweans developing cancer due to HIV

    More Zimbabweans developing cancer due to HIV

    The World Health organisation says the number of people developing cancer in Zimbabwe is expected to increase due to HIV. According to the National Health Strategy for Zimbabwe Report, the number of people developing cancer is expected to increase due to HIV and AIDS. Currently over 5 000 new cancers are diagnosed in Zimbabwe annually.

  • Cases of snake bite on the increase

    Cases of snake bite on the increase

    The public has been urged to cut grass in neighborhoods and back yards after several snake bite cases were reported and treated. Due to the heavy rains that have been pounding the country, snakes have begun to emerge in unusual places as they seek shelter. Dr Vivek Solanki of the Emergency Trauma Centre spoke to