Gvt Bans Street Or Door Adminstration/ Dispersal Of Alternative, Complementary Or Traditional Medicines

Gvt Bans Street Or Door Adminstration/ Dispersal Of Alternative, Complementary Or Traditional Medicines

The government has banned door-to-door and street-selling of herbal medicines and put in place stringent measures to ensure people are not exposed to dangerous products. The selling of herbal medicines is on the rise in the country. Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) spokesperson Richard Rukwata said distribution of the medicines without authorisation from the authority constituted a criminal offence. Rukwata said anyone selling complementary medicines should submit an application for authorisation before March 12,…

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9 Men Arrested After 2 Teachers &Third Woman Were Raped At Luveve High School On Saturday

9 Men Arrested After 2  Teachers &Third Woman Were Raped At Luveve High School On Saturday

BULAWAYO police are preparing charges against nine men after two teachers and a third woman were raped at Luveve High School on Saturday night. Police raided several properties — including one in Esigodini — between Saturday night and yesterday in a dragnet which investigators believe could solve dozens of previous violent crimes, most of them committed in Cowdray Park high density suburb and surrounding areas. One of the suspects was shot by homicide detectives while trying to…

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‘Alarm Over ‘Zika’ Virus, A Devastating New Mosquito-Borne Disease Affecting Pregnant Women’

‘Alarm  Over ‘Zika’ Virus, A  Devastating New Mosquito-Borne Disease Affecting Pregnant Women’

Zika a new mosquito borne disease is causing alarm after research indicated that  pregnant women are highly at risk from exposure to the mosquito that spreads it. Pregnant women are strongly advised to avoid travelling to such areas as Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Suriname, French Guiana,  El Salvador, Mexico,   Panama, Honduras, Guatemala,  Martinique, Brazil, Venezuela,Haiti,  and Colombia,which are prone to the mosquito borne virus. This is primarily because scientists have now realised that the Zika virus can cause infected pregnant victims to…

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Zimbabwean Teenager Stabbed To Death In East London (UK)

This is the first picture of a tragic Zimbabwean teenager st This is the first picture of a tragic Zimbabwean teenager stabbed to death in a London park after attending a friend’s 16th birthday party. The victim has been named locally as Woodford, east LondonWoodford, east London by devastated friends. Munashe Charles Kutyauripo was stabbed to death outside a friend’s party The business student is believed to have attended the party at a social club at…

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Bulawayo Council , Survey, Reveals 97 200 Rotten Eggs In Business & Residential Premises

Bulawayo Council , Survey, Reveals   97 200 Rotten Eggs In  Business & Residential Premises

Bulawayo City Council has revealed that it conducted inspection of in the city where it discovered that some shops were still stocking 97 200 rotten eggs. In the latest council report the council said it carried out routine inspections continued during the course of the month. “The Section received several public health complaints especially smell nuisances from keeping of chickens,” reads the report.”Five illegal keeping of chickens were investigated and appropriate action taken. The Section also…

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“I Will lock Mugabe And Museveni In Prison If I become President” – Donald Trump

“I Will lock Mugabe And Museveni In Prison If I become President” – Donald Trump

  Washington DC, US business mogul Donald Trump has put Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Ugandan President , on notice, vowing to deal with them ruthlessly when he ascends to Presidency. Speaking while addressing war veterans in Washington, Trump warned other like minded dictators who want to die in power, that their time is up and its just a matter of time before they face justice. “I want to reiterate here before America’s greatest heroes…

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1 300 Cattle Killed By Drought In Chipinge

CHIPINGE’S resource poor smallholder farmers are accruing huge livestock losses due to drought and diseases, with the latest statistics indicating that more than 1 300 cattle have died in the past few months. The cattle are dying at an alarming rate due to a combination of feed and water shortages as well as exposure to diseases like foot and mouth and anthrax. Chipinge District is a controlled zone that stretches to Chiredzi due to its…

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United Bulawayo Hospital Gynaecologist, Sudanese, ‘Dr Solomon Patricio Balus’ Collapses And Dies In Bank Queue

United Bulawayo Hospital Gynaecologist, Sudanese, ‘Dr Solomon Patricio Balus’ Collapses And Dies In  Bank Queue

  A PROMINENT Bulawayo gynaecologist Mr Solomon Patricio Balus, died while he was in a banking hall on Thursday morning. The Sudanese doctor was 60. He was the head of the gynaecology and obstetrics department at the United Bulawayo Hospitals.   According to his secretary, Mr Abel Mutoredzanwa, Dr Balus was at Standard Chartered Bank in the city centre on Wednesday morning when he experienced difficulties in breathing.   “We understand that he came to…

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South African Breakthrough For Breast Cancer Diagnosis

South African Breakthrough For Breast Cancer Diagnosis

 The Aceso machine, designed and developed by Cape Town medical technology company Cape Ray, was officially launched by the Department of Science and Technology at the city’s Groote Schuur Hospital on Thursday, 5 November 2015. The machine, which is undergoing a testing phase at the hospital, is a world- first imaging system that combines mammographic and ultrasound technologies. This does away with the need for multiple screening tests, particularly when analysing dense breast tissue. The…

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Gang Ambush Malayitsha Vehicle, And Rape Female Passenger

Gang Ambush  Malayitsha Vehicle, And Rape Female Passenger

 A GANG of five men ambushed a malayitsha vehicle, looted groceries, robbed a passenger of R19,000 and took turns to rape a female passenger in Bulawayo’s Cowdray Park Suburb. Six people — three of them men — were in the vehicle when the thugs struck on Tuesday night. The attack came barely three days after a similar incident in which a woman was gang-raped by three men in the same suburb on Saturday. The malayitsha…

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