New HIV infections in youths
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New HIV infections in youths

Forward Nyanyiwa — ‘I got pregnant at 16 and didn’t have anyone to confide in.…

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The plight of Mwanza Street children in Tanzania
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The plight of Mwanza Street children in Tanzania

THE number of street children in Mwanza has increased sharply in recent years despite various…

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‘The sky is no limit, reach out for the moon!’
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‘The sky is no limit, reach out for the moon!’

Gilbert Munetsi — Professor Hilda Tendisa Marima-Matarira comes across as an ordinary person due to…

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Disability and gender-based violence
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Disability and gender-based violence

Dr Christine Peta Disability Issues — The 16 Days of Activism against GBV is an…

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Murewa sanitation festival brings hope
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Murewa sanitation festival brings hope

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — Murewa Rural District Council hailed the partnership with CAFOD, saying…

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The crucial role of radiotherapy
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The crucial role of radiotherapy

Harmony Agere and Epsiya Chigumbura — Radiotherapy helps about half of all patients cured of…

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Debunking myths of cancer treatment
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Debunking myths of cancer treatment

From Option B+ to Treat All
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From Option B+ to Treat All

Loveness Mlambo-Chimombe — In 2010, a baby born to an HIV positive mother in Zimbabwe…

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Beating cancer through  early detection
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Beating cancer through early detection

Yatina Katunga — *Josephine is an Island Hospice caregiver and patient, this is her account…

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Unproductive passive sympathy
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Unproductive passive sympathy

Some people hold the fallacious belief that feeling sorry for disabled people and their families…

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Eating right can change lives
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Eating right can change lives

Dr Christine Peta Disability Issues — The UN estimates that about one billion people are…

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Medicinal value of Makoni-Zumbani tea
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Medicinal value of Makoni-Zumbani tea

Sam Mandivheyi — I have been researching on Makoni-Zumbani tea for the past decade and…

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When black is not beautiful
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When black is not beautiful

Shamiso Yikoniko Extra Reporter — Whoever said black is beautiful? Why then are men and…

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Winning the battle against cancer
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Winning the battle against cancer

Charity Ruzvidzo — Grace Mvududu (67), who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993, is…

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Childhood cancer is no death sentence
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Childhood cancer is no death sentence

A warm welcome to the Cancer Brief, a column brought to you by Zimpapers (1980)…

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