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Court Hears case of Acrobat Faking Blood Test for Immigration

Court Hears case of Acrobat Faking Blood Test for Immigration

As heard by a Gold Coast court, A Zimbabwe-born acrobat was accused of infecting his girlfriend with HIV. The court heard that the acrobat faked a blood test for immigration purposes.

Hospital Releases Peter Ndlovu, Recovery at Home Now

Hospital Releases Peter Ndlovu, Recovery at Home Now

Peter “Nsukuzonke” Ndlovu, who is a former professional footballer for Zimbabwe, has got official discharge from hospital, a recent report has uncovered. The international soccer legend has now been recovering in Bulawayo at his own home.

Zimbabwe MPs’ Go through circumcision Procedure

Zimbabwe MPs’ Go through circumcision Procedure

Abiding the research being taken out by a group of researchers from the UN, it has been revealed that 10 Zimbabwean MPs went through the procedure called circumcision. A small booth was made in the Parliament and then the procedure was being carried out.

ZIAPH to Include Ministers

ZIAPH to Include Ministers

As per reports, it has been revealed that a new campaign named as Zimbabwe Parliamentarians against HIV and Aids campaign (ZIAPH) was launched a week back with an aim to reduce HIV infection rate by 15% in the country.

Typhoid Terror Inspires Prohibition of Fishing Activities in Harare

Typhoid Terror Inspires Prohibition of Fishing Activities in Harare

As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and the Harare City Council are today likely to outlaw all sorts of fishing activities going on in contaminated dams all over the city.

Zimbabwe President Calls for a Conference on HIV/AIDS

Zimbabwe President Calls for a Conference on HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS awareness meeting HAS BEEN called by the President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, in order to encourage people to take some safety measures so as to avoid the contraction of the disease.

Sometimes Fear Is Good For Health

Sometimes Fear Is Good For Health

According to a new study, the fears of contracting HIV have led to a big drop in people infected with the disease in the African nation of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe’s HIV/AIDS epidemic was considered one of the worst in the world, but the rate was almost cut in half from 1997 to 2007. It went down from 29 percent of the population to 16 percent.

US Volunteers for AIDS Work in Zimbabwe Get Arrested

US Volunteers for AIDS Work in Zimbabwe Get Arrested

On Friday, a group of people who work with AIDS patients and orphans in Zimbabwe were arrested for not having the required medical license. The group consists of two American doctors, two American nurses and an organizer.

Jackson's music fills radio in Zimbabwe; room was painted pink

Media Type: Text  Jackson's music fills radio in Zimbabwe; room was painted pink

Harare  - The death of US pop singer Michael Jackson prompted Zimbabwe state radio to play his music much of the day Friday, but the news angles of his sudden passing at age 50 played second fiddle to government statements.

Mugabe back in Zimbabwe, but "still on leave," says spokesman

Mugabe back in Zimbabwe, but "still on leave," says spokesmanJohannesburg - President Robert Mugabe was back in Zimbabwe on Monday following a brief holiday abroad, state-media reported.

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