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Health experts quake over new COVID-19 wave

On Monday, World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the pandemic a continued global emergency.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 3, 2023

It is time to try national health insurance

Out-of-pocket and private health insurance have been dominant in many developing countries.
By Dr Johannes Marisa Jan. 26, 2023

COVID-19 is sadly still a threat

Zimbabwe remains very vulnerable because for the past three years it has woefully failed to achieve its 60% herd immunity in its COVID-19 vaccination drive.
By Dzikamai Bere Jan. 24, 2023

WHO capaciates gvt to decongest mental health institutions

She said they were working with government, other mental health partners and stakeholders to ensure that people can be treated in their communities, in the comfort of their homes.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Jan. 23, 2023

Promoting human rights in mental health

People need to demonstrate their resilience as they experience stressful and challenging environments.
By Debprah Tigere Jan. 22, 2023

High health licence fees cause for concern

Regulatory authorities are some of the major cost drivers of health service delivery in our country.
By Dr Johannes Marisa Jan. 22, 2023

Chiwenga should act on health licence fees

With health financing mainly out-of-pocket, achieving universal health coverage (UHC) becomes a pipe dream.
By Johannes Marisa Jan. 19, 2023

Health talk: Health licence fees deterrent to affordable health service

The public health delivery system is facing insurmountable problems, majority of which are circulating around the issues of human resources and medicines.
By Johannes Marisa Jan. 15, 2023

NCDs deaths surge

African countries have struggled managing most NCDs as they are termed lifestyle diseases, making them expensive to manage.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 14, 2023