By George Msumba
Health and Child Care minister Dr Obadiah Moyo, says a combination of a cholera and typhoid vaccine will be administered, following reported resistance to the first line of treatment by most patients.
Speaking in Parliament on Wednesday, Dr Moyo said forty-nine deaths have been recorded so far, adding that eradicating the disease is being made difficult by lack of clean water in some areas.
Meanwhile Netone has donated one million litres of water to primary schools and churches in Budiriro and Matapi Flats in Mbare.
In an interview with Star FM News, following a handover of the water tanks and a clean-up campaign in Budiriro and Glenview yesterday, Netone marketing, public relations and customer experience executive, Dr Eldrette Shereni said the gesture is in line with their mission to transform lives and develop communities.
By Mkhululi Ncube
The late ZANU-PF Bulawayo provincial chairman Prof Callistus Ndlovu has ...
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By Jonisayi Maromo
Star FM is incredibly excited to announce 'The After Drive', a new radio show. Hosted by Nonhlanh...