Zimbabweans Fear Cholera Outbreak

The government blames the water crisis on the changing climate, frequent droughts, and international sanctions while others have placed much of the blame on mismanagement.



  • Zimbabwe:   Cholera Outbreak Feared

    New Zimbabwe, 24 October 2016

    THE water crisis facing Harare has sparked fears of an outbreak of diseases such as cholera, which led to thousands of deaths less than a decade ago. Read more »

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  • Zimbabwe:   Impending Water Cuts Spark Fears of Disease Outbreaks

    The Herald, 26 September 2016

    EIGHT 20 litre plastic containers stacked one on top of the other eat up important space in Andrew Dhamiyano's rented one-room apartment in Mabelreign, Harare. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   State Procurement Ripe for Overhaul

    The Herald, 25 October 2016

    The biggest single buyer of goods and services in Zimbabwe is by a wide margin the State, including all ministries, agencies, those special companies set up to run a State service,… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Govt Wary of Water Crisis

    The Herald, 22 October 2016

    The Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate is seeking Cabinet approval to declare the country a water shortage area as the situation has worsened due to the El-Nino-induced… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Under Whites Country Was Not Dirty, Says Muchinguri

    New Zimbabwe, 21 October 2016

    AS government issued a cholera alert this week, environment minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said Zimbabwe has become so filthy that she thought whites, as cruel as they were to… Read more »

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