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Moses Mugugunyeki

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Abductions are a crime against humanity: ZLHR

The country joined the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of Enforced Disappearances.

Red Cross offers free cancer screening at agric show

This year’s show started on Monday and ends today and is running under the theme Unique Business Opportunities, Acceleration and Abundance.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 2, 2022

Public health workers feed Harare’s drug cartels with stolen medication

Sixty percent of admissions to mental institutions are linked to drug and substance use.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 18, 2022

Zim among world’s hungriest nations

ZIMBABWE is among the world’s top 19 countries that face severe food shortages this year, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has said.
By Lorraine Muromo and Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 23, 2022

Harare’s drug lords ruling over ghettos

“The Zimbabwe National Drug Master Plan talks of the law enforcement agents taking care of that side of things,” Box said.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 24, 2022

Toxic environment driving away prospective female politicians

This came out at a recent women, peace and security indaba hosted by WCoZ as part of commemorations to mark International Day of Peace.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 26, 2022

ICASA assesses Zim conference host bid

Uganda, one of the applicants, has since pulled out of the race, leaving Zimbabwe - host of the 2015 edition - to battle for honours with Kenya.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 29, 2022

Artisanal miners bear brunt of TB infections

After a decade of toiling from one workplace to another, with interludes of joblessness, Nyoni gave in to the realities of life and joined the artisanal mining bandwagon.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 2, 2022

Judge president hails law students

She implored society to respect international humanitarian law to ease human suffering.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 2, 2022

Zim actor shot in SA

“I was shot three times at the back of my shoulder, and I suspect there could be something behind this.”
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 2, 2022

Mothers trade grain for maternal care

She intends to barter trade her millet to register for antenatal care services.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jul. 11, 2022

Youths suffer from suicide

Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in 15-29-year-olds in Zimbabwe.
By Vanessa Gonye and Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 13, 2022

Youths suffer from depression, suicide

Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in 15-29-year-olds in Zimbabwe.
By Vanessa Gonye and Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 13, 2022

SASA: A story told is a burden shared

“My husband would take advantage of my age and bash me like he is beating his daughter,” Shiri said.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 23, 2022

First Farai ropes in stars for new album

The album carries five tracks and one of the tracks is more of a riddim that features a number of sungura musicians.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 26, 2022

Zim artiste headlines Irish Black History Month expo

The former Avondale Primary School student said a Greek instrumentalist, who has been a professional music tutor since 1999.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 26, 2022

NAC urged to tame new HIV infections

NAC chief executive officer Bernard Madzima urged the media to also utilise contemporary methods of sharing and disseminating critical information on HIV and Aids.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 29, 2022

Gokwe intensifies measles elimination

“We have had people from the Red Cross going around preaching to us the importance of vaccination.”
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 13, 2022

‘Time Africa solved its own problems’

Zimbabwe will host the global Icasa symposium from December 6 to 11, 2023, after shrugging off challenges from Kenya and Uganda. 
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 18, 2022

Rich pickings for Zim in hosting Icasa

Zimbabwe will host the 22nd edition of Icasa next year from December 4 to 9 in Harare.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 21, 2022

400 HIV-exposed infants receiving treatment, care

She said, however, they were facing challenges with children with advanced HIV infection.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 27, 2022

Misuse of govt resources rife in health sector: Report

The damning report was unveiled concurrently with the commemorations of the International Anti-Corruption Day on Friday.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 11, 2022

News in depth: Power crisis disrupts urban dwellers’ lives, cripples small businesses

“The meat is almost bad, but it can be consumed,” said Dube.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 11, 2022

ZRCS feeds 4 250 Mwenezi villagers

About 38% of the rural households are said to be food insecure at the current peak of the lean season (October to December 2022).
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 14, 2022

Scores throng Red Cross reunification facilities

The thousands of refugees at the camp also get free Wi-Fi, charge their phones and can make international calls.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 18, 2022

Mwenezi villagers bear brunt of climate crisis

Mwenezi being one of the driest districts in the country, Jeke has seen himself and many others in this part of the country relying on food handouts.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 18, 2022

Doctors, medical aid societies clash

He said as MDPZZA they could not sit on their laurels while their members were being short-changed by the medical aid societies.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 18, 2022

Flash floods hit Gokwe North

The country has been receiving heavy downpours, and this is expected to continue until the end of this week, according to the Meteorological Services Department.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jan. 25, 2023

Flash floods hit Gokwe North.

There are also reports that major rivers have broken their banks, with communities living along the banks of Ume River being the worst affected.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jan. 25, 2023

Heavy rains leave Gokwe schools in disarray

School infrastructure in the districts is said to be giving in to the rains that have been pounding the area for a week, spawning floods in low-lying areas. 
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jan. 27, 2023