Sex Workers Call for Legalisation of Safe Abortions

Pauline Chateuka In Zimbabwe's 1977 Termination of Pregnancy Act, abortion is only legally permitted under certain circumstances. If conducted illegally, it carries a penalty

Obstetric Fistula Surgical Repair Gives Life to Victims.

Obstetric Fistula has been described as the “most devastating birth injury” by the World Health Organization (WHO). This condition which occurs from obstructed labour

University of Zimbabwe Students Urge Government to Add More Vaccination Centres .

Pauline Chateuka Vaccines have so far been recommended as the safe and effective way to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. In a bid to join

Harare Residents Urge Government to Regularise Hospital Charges.

Pauline Chateuka Harare residents have raised worrying concerns over fees being charged by private hospitals and have called on the government to intervene through

Retired Nurses Called On Board, Citizens Question Government’s Ability To Reward.

Ronald Chigwada Citizens have urged the government to consider paying retired nurses whom they wish to recruit to help accelerate vaccine rollout and alleviate

Pregnant Women in Glenview Fear Contracting COVID-19 at Council Clinics.

Pauline Chateuka Women in Glenview have raised concerns over lack of adequate water at Glen View Poly Clinic which offers maternal and other health

CHRA Urge City of Harare To Increase Health Workers in Harare Polyclinics.

Pauline Chateuka Combined Harare Residents Association known for advocating for residents' rights, has in its survey shown that there is shortage of health personnel

Increase Number of Health Staff In Vaccination Centres.

Ronald Chigwada As Zimbabwe continues to receive more COVID-19 vaccines, Harare residents urge government to allocate many health staff in vaccination centres to speed

Calls For More Information On Vaccines.

Nonhlanhla Ngwenya After a continued surge in positive COVID-19 cases, Zimbabweans call on the Ministry of Health and Child Care to urgently do more

First Doses of COVI-19 Vaccines Run Out.

Nonhlanhla Ngwenya Following ongoing efforts by the government and Civil Society Organisations encouraging citizens to get vaccination, Harare City Council say it has run