[New Zimbabwe] University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Wednesday bowed to pressure from medical associations and lifted it’s suspension and dismissal of senior doctors, Bothwell Mbuwayesango and David Chimuka.
[WHO] As the 1000th Ebola survivor returns home, United Nations agencies working to stop the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) today commended the strong leadership of the DRC health authorities and the tireless efforts of thousands of local health workers and partners that have led to 1000 people surviving the disease.
[Malawi News Agency] New York -The United Nations is on Monday expected to give Malawi an award for the outstanding work and contribution the country is making in achieving the Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) related Sustainable Development Goals.
[Observer] The National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders of Liberia on Monday, September 9, 2019, called on President George M. Weah to release the full report about circumstances surrounding the death of Odell Sherman.
[Premium Times] The number of Nigerian pilgrims that died while performing the 2019 Hajj in Saudi Arabia has risen to nine, the chairman, medical team of the National Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), Ibrahim Kana, has announced.
[The New Humanitarian] Kampala -Uganda has launched its largest trial of a new experimental Ebola vaccine, as rising cases of the deadly virus in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo continue to raise fears of a wider regional outbreak.
[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT is in the process of flying unwell Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’s close relatives to China to remain “within call of the VP” who is battling chronic ailment.
[Nation] More than 50 per cent of doctors, nurses and clinical officers skip duty on any given day, a Kenya Health Service Delivery Indicator Report shows.
[Premium Times] No fewer than 72 people were killed in different violent attacks across Nigeria last week. At least 32 people were also kidnapped during the period.
[New Era] Artificially grown beef could generate longer-lasting and more damaging greenhouse gases than rearing cattle normally, according to a new scientific study.