Zimbabwe has only two forensic pathologists in the public sector according to Health and Child Care Minister Obadiah Moyo - forcing families to wait for weeks before they can bury loved ones in cases of murder. This also causes a delay in solving murder cases in the country.
Pathologist Shortage Hits Country Hard
New Zimbabwe, 7 October 2018
Zimbabwe has just two qualified forensic pathologists forcing families to wait for weeks before they can bury loved ones in cases of murder, it has emerged. Read more »
Corpse in a morgue (file photo).
Where Is the Next Generation of Pathologists?
The Herald, 21 June 2016
The vibrancy and effectiveness of a health sector can be largely measured by efficiency and accessibility of essential drugs; equally it cannot be overemphasised that the… Read more »
Govt Urged to Invest in Training of Pathologists
The Herald, 7 November 2014
Zimbabwe needs to invest more in the training of pathologists to enhance the country's staffing levels for specialist medical personnel in public health institutions, a University… Read more »
The government has said it will be difficult to identify the 20 people who were burnt beyond recognition when a South Africa-bound coach collided with a heavy truck. Read more »
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