• The worst is over, Chinamasa assures SA investors

    Sunday, 23 November 2014 CHANNELZIM

    FINANCE Minister Patrick Chinamasa chose to be blunt Friday as he appealed for investment in South Africa, telling Pretoria it had to help its stricken northern neighbour or expect a new flood of economic refugees. Millions of Zimbabweans left the country in the decade after 2000 to escape a...

  • Ebola Experts Warn Against Complacency, Immunity to Disease

    Ebola Experts Warn Against Complacency, Immunity to Disease
    H.E. Bockari Stevens, Sierra Leone's ambassador to the United States, chats with Malonga Miatudila, a physician and Ebola expert, at VOA in Washington, Nov. 19, 2014.
    Sunday, 23 November 2014 VOA Studio 7

    More than 5,000 people have reportedly died from Ebola, most from the west African countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone. Despite efforts to contain it, the disease, first identified in 1976 in the...

  • 30,000 Zimbabwe Special Permits Almost Ready for Collection in SA

    Sunday, 23 November 2014 VOA Studio 7

    The South African government has so far finished processing at least 30,000 permits for Zimbabweans under a special work, business and students permit program. According to Mthokozisi Ndiweni of the...

  • Govt committed to reopening Ekusileni Hospital:Chimedza

    Govt committed to reopening Ekusileni Hospital:Chimedza
    Ekusileni Hospital
    Friday, 21 November 2014 Radio Dialogue

    Health and Child Care Deputy Minister Paul Chimedza has reassured the Bulawayo community that government was committed to re-opening the state of the art medical centre, Ekusileni Hospital. The...

  • 11 dead after stampede at Prophet Magaya service

    Friday, 21 November 2014 CHANNELZIM

    Eleven people have been killed in a stampede after a religious service in a stadium in Zimbabwe, police say. Four people died in the stadium in the central town of Kwekwe, while seven others were...

  • Community Leaders Urge Govt to Increase Irrigation Programs in Mat. South

    Friday, 21 November 2014 VOA Studio 7

    The United Nations Population Fund (UNICEF) this week said children in the region are hardest hit by kwashiorkor, due to inadequate access to food. Community leaders in Matabeleland South have urged...

  • Zimbabwe Unveils HIV Testing Guidelines

    Thursday, 20 November 2014 VOA Studio 7

    Zimbabwe has launched its revised national guidelines for HIV testing and counseling with special emphasis on couples, children and adolescents as it steps up efforts to halt the spread of the virus...

  • Broke Zimbabwe Govt to Stagger Workers' Bonuses

    Thursday, 20 November 2014 VOA Studio 7

    The government says its coffers are empty and as a result some of its employees will not get their 13th cheque this month as expected, much to the annoyance of leaders of the workers’...

  • ‘Border jumpers pose Ebola threat’

    ‘Border jumpers pose Ebola threat’
    Pic:Online
    Thursday, 20 November 2014 Radio Dialogue

    Border jumpers  pose a serious threat to government’s efforts to keep the deadly Ebola virus from entering the country, as most of them are not screened of the virus upon entry into the...

  • Zim women frown at one-party state system

    Zim women frown at one-party state system
    Pic:www.womennewsnetwork.net
    Thursday, 20 November 2014 Radio Dialogue

    More and more women in both rural and urban setups in Zimbabwe are showing less support for a one-party state, findings from Research and Advocacy Unit (RAU) published by Afrobarometer have...

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