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  • 9 000 girls to get anti-cervical cancer vaccine

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 ChannelZim

    About 9 000 girls aged 10-years-old from two districts in the country will receive an anti-cervical cancer vaccine under a 20-month pilot project reports The Herald today (Wednesday). According to the newspaper the deputy minister of health and child care Dr Paul Chimedza said vaccinations would...

  • Western donors give Zim US$300m for health delivery

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 Radio VOP

    Western donors provided over US300 million in health funding to Zimbabwe in 2013, according to statistics provided by United States Embassy officials last week. The bulk of this funding was provided...

  • Mudzi villagers forced to pay for Independence Day celebrations

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 SW Radio Africa

    Zanu PF officials in Mudzi district have been accused of forcing cash-strapped villagers to contribute money towards Independence Day celebrations. The villagers say party officials behind this are...

  • ZOU vice chancellor investigated for corruption

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 SW Radio Africa

    Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) head Primrose Kurasha and four top officials have come under investigation over alleged fraudulent activities at the institution. This week two newspapers reported how...

  • Tokwe- Mukosi flood victims demand compensation

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 SW Radio Africa

    Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims have demanded a total of US$9 million and vowed they will not move from the Chingwizi holding camp until they have received the compensation, reports said last...

  • Zim diaspora calls for UK moratorium on deportations

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 SW Radio Africa

    The Zimbabwe asylum seekers has urged the UK government to consider implementing a moratorium on the deportations of failed applications because of the worsening situation in Zimbabwe. The UK...

  • Zim elephant protector steps aside over illegal Hwange claim

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 SW Radio Africa

    The fallout over an 'illegal' land claim in the Hwange National Park has seen one of the country's top elephant protectors stepping aside and closing down a key elephant conservation...

  • Police interrogate Job Sikhala over 'war against government' remark

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 Radio VOP

    Police interrogated and then released MDC-T's Job Sikhala over the 'war against government' statements he made at a rally in Kuwadzana last weekend. Sikhala's lawyer, Obert Gutu,...

  • San language now online

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 Radio Dialogue

    The San language, Tshwao is now available online, as efforts to preserve the indigenous tongue using modern technology continues. Tshwao, like some of the Khoisan languages are becoming almost...

  • Media panel on nationwide assessment tour

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 Radio VOP

    The Information and Media Panel of Inquiry (IMPI) started its nationwide tour last Monday to assess the state of the information and media industry in the country. IMPI chairman Geoffrey Nyarota...

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