At least 191 people have reportedly been infected in the rural town of Mount Darwin, near the border with Mozambique - barely three months after dozens of people died of the disease. The cholera outbreak has exposed lack of maintenance of infrastructure, with burst pipes and contaminated boreholes now second nature in the economically ravaged country.
Cholera Cases Rise to 191 in Mount Darwin
The Herald, 4 December 2018
Cholera cases in Mount Darwin have risen to 191 while deaths have remained at three in the artisanal mining area of Mukaradzi. Speaking to The Herald yesterday, Mashonaland Central… Read more »
Cholera Outbreak - Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe On High Alert
263Chat, 3 December 2018
Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe district is on high alert following a recent cholera outbreak that has left two people dead and 66 admitted in Mt Darwin. Read more »
Two More Die of Cholera in Mt Darwin
The Herald, 29 November 2018
Munyaradzi Musiiwa and Sibongile Maruta in Mt Darwin Read more »
Fear Mounts As Cholera Outbreak Hits Town
The Herald, 28 November 2018
Two people died of cholera, while 26 others have been admitted at Mt Darwin District Hospital suffering from the waterborne disease. Mt Darwin district nursing officer Sister Anna… Read more »
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions has called for national protests as the country's economic crisis worsens, but police say they would halt any demonstrations in Harare due to ... Read more »
The disease has infected at least 4,000 people, with more cases being reported every day. It has left promoters debating whether to go on with their events, postpone, or cancel ... Read more »
In just two weeks, the cholera outbreak gripping Zimbabwe has claimed at least 32 lives and more than 7,000 cases have been reported. The government has declared a public health ... Read more »
Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube says over half of the $64.1 million required budget is still to be mobilised. The funds are required to fight the current cholera outbreak that has ... Read more »
Zimbabwean authorities have issued a banning order against vendors across the capital, Harare, following a deadly cholera outbreak that has claimed more than 30 lives. The ... Read more »
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