- A HARARE woman Stella Kwanisai (31), claimed maintenance from two men for the same child using two birth certificates.
- SIX POACHERS JAILED NINE YEARS EACH for illegal possession of two pieces of ivory weighing 37 kg worth US$9 250.
- ZANU PF YOUTH LEAGUE HAS ANNOUNCED the suspension of former home affairs minister, Obert Mpofu and banned him along with several others from Zanu pf offices.
- FINANCE MINISTER MTHULI NCUBE has outlawed the use of US Dollar, Rand and all foreign currency as legal tender with effect from today, the 24th June 2019.
- FORMER BRITAIN DEPUTY PM LORD John prescott has been hospitalised after suffering a stroke.
An advert at a health institution which has gone viral online advises patients that expired pills for treating HIV have been given another shelf life and will be the given to patients.
The advert says, “The Tenolam which expired in June 2018 was tested and approved. Its shelf life has now been extended to 30 July 2019.”
Tenolam are used for the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in adults and adolescents aged over 12 years. He medivation contains the active substances lamivudine and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate. Source – Byo24