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  • Development

    For $400 witch-doctors rake profit, praying for South Africa´s illegal miners.

    His customers are scores of young Zimbabwean men who risk life and limb working the disused gold mines in South Africa. It is dangerous work. It is also governed by luck; the chance of finding gold. He claims to speaks to ancestors to guarantee diggers safety.

    RAY MWAREYA | 2017-10-29 21:50:26
  • Health

    Central Africa has world´s lowest contraceptive use, says UNFPA

    Central Africa has the lowest global contraceptives prevalence rates among women aged 15 to 49 who are married or in a union says the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) this week.

    DEOGRACIAS KALIMA | 2017-10-20 05:32:45
  • Health

    Zimbabwe: ministers in ugly public spat over HIV-ARV medication

    "Weaponising HIV on political rivals is the least we expected from a government minister. I am reeling from such irresponsible utterances by our leaders. "

    WTR EDITORS | 2017-10-09 03:20:55
  • Health

    Zimbabwe: claim says 70% of lawmakers are HIV+

    An outspoken member of parliament in Zimbabwe, has made sensational claims that 70 percent of the country’s sitting legislators were HIV positive. Motion calls on government to investigate rampant child sex trade in the country.

    DEOGRACIAS KALIMA | 2017-10-02 02:57:59
  • Health

    South Africa hospital horrors – medical negligence up 25%.

    Surgical mix-ups – ranging from amputations of the wrong limbs to infections due to items being left in patients' bodies – make for shocking reading. Since 2015, South Africa has been forced to pay out $US 74 million to settle 185 medical negligence claims.

    RAY MWAREYA AT THE UNITED NATIONS. | 2017-09-26 13:40:15
  • Gender

    Zimbabwe policewoman scoops UN global peacekeeper prize.

    Assistant Inspector of Police Annah Chota from Zimbabwe has received the International Female Police Peacekeeper Award for her service and achievements in the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA). Ms. Chota is the first police officer from Zimbabwe to receive the award.

    RAY MWAREYA IN NEW YORK, USA. | 2017-09-21 00:56:15

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