HIV policy ensures stable production

The company has a staff complement of 350 at its companies on both sides of the Zambezi River.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 24, 2024

Briefs:  Midlands HIV group rebrands

Masimira said Maso’s new vision is aimed at driving communities, self-determination, unity and progress.
By Stephen Chadenga Apr. 28, 2024

Companies urged to adhere to health, safety protocols

Power Giants CEO Edzai Kachirekwa said it was imperative for companies to comply with set standards with regards to health, safety and well-being of workers.
By Style Reporter Apr. 21, 2024

Stigma stalling HIV fight

Zimbabwe has achieved the 95, 95, 95 at crude population level, but on sub-population groups, there are still challenges in achieving this, especially for young people.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 23, 2024

Curtain comes down on ICASA

Chiwenga said it was crucial to reflect on the progress made and acknowledge the challenges that lay ahead.
By Vanessa Gonye Dec. 10, 2023

I could have died before 40: Mono Mukundu

He revealed that he never thought he would reach the age of 40 due to HIV and Aids, which claimed the lives of many of his peers in the early 1990s.
By Sindiso Dube Oct. 1, 2023

Pre-election atmosphere may worsen your health problems

Stroke alone accounts for close to five million deaths annually while hypertension directly and indirectly takes at least seven million lives from this world yearly.
By Johannes Marisa Jul. 27, 2023

Huge drop in Matabeleland South HIV prevalence

Data from the National Aids Council (NAC) shows that Matabeleland South’s HIV prevalence rate is 17%, making it the highest in the country.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 4, 2023

An unusual lifesaver for sex workers

NewsDay Weekender tracked her as a yesteryear majestic grey Toyota Hilux truck pulled out of the popular Dombotombo Flats laden with boxes.
By Jairos Saunyama Jun. 3, 2023