Zimbabwe could save up to US$3 billion in treatment of HIV and Aids and downstream costs if the country can scale up its Male Circumcision (VMMC),
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PROMOTERS of the male circumcision programme need to go back to the drawing board after only 8% of the targeted people responded positively
The declining health of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has left him physically half his previous size, it has been claimed.
She lets out a piercing cry, her body starts shaking violently, her hands are clapping to the rhythm of large African drums — she is calling out to her ancestors.
A 15-year-old Gaza High School student in Chipinge who was convicted of stealing US$200 at Pyramid beerhall in Gaza, left the court in stitches when he blamed evil spirits for his acts.
A 20-year-old man took his own life by drinking poison after he tested HIV-positive.
Home-seekers in Mutare have an opportunity to get stands after the Zimbabwe Amalgamated Housing Association expanded its wings to the eastern border city.
SEWER bursts are now a common sight in Chiredzi town, with the high-density suburb of Tshovani overflowing with raw waste, exposing residents to diseases, it has emerged.
Patients from all corners of the country are swamping Karanda Mission hospital in Mt Darwin, seeking affordable and better medical services.
THE HIV prevalence rate in Zimbabwe prisons stands at 27%, a figure almost double the national prevalence rate, a health official revealed.