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Political Intrusion by Traditional Leaders Imperils Rural Matabeleland's Welfare

Political Intrusion by Traditional Leaders Imperils Rural Matabeleland's Welfare

Zimbabwe Peace Project reveals that traditional leaders are major perpetrators of human rights violations as they further political party agendas.


In rural Matabeleland, food scarcity intertwines with partisan politics as traditional leaders veer into political involvement, raising concerns about citizens' well-being.

BY LIZWE SEBATHA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | AUG 18, 2023

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Gwanda Residents Demand Improved Health Services Ahead of Elections

Gwanda Residents Demand Improved Health Services Ahead of Elections

Gwanda residents are hoping election candidates will push for improved services at the provincial hospital after the 2023 harmonised elections.


Amid rising concerns over healthcare quality and accessibility, Gwanda residents are uniting in a plea for better health services and increased accountability. As the upcoming elections loom, the community's collective voice aims to address the deficiencies that have plagued local clinics and hospitals.

BY LYNNIA NGWENYA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | AUG 9, 2023

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Edward Ndlovu Memorial Trust Offers Lessons to Hospitalised Pupils and Pregnant Women

Trust's lessons to school pupils at Gwanda Provincial Hospital ensures that hospitalised children do not miss out on their learning. Image by Edward Ndlovu Memorial Trust


With the understanding that sickness in children should not mean the end of their academic career, Edward Ndlovu Memorial Trust is conducting hospital visits offering lessons to students admitted at Gwanda Provincial Hospital.

BY LYNNIA NGWENYA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | AUG 4, 2023

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Artisanal Miners' Cohabitation Tendencies Blamed for HIV Prevalence in Mat. South

Research shows that artisanal miners are more likely to have additional sexual partners and this exposes many to sexually transmitted diseases and HIV. Image by Unsplash


Matabeleland South province that has been reported as having one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the country. Some of the major contributions to the increase emanate from artisanal mining communities. The migratory patterns of miners in search of the greenstone belts is cited as one of the major contributors
 
BY LYNNIA NGWENYA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | JUL 12, 2023

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Home-made Sanitary Ware Empowers Girls To Stay in School

School girl being taught on how to construct a reusable sanitary pad...These allow perennial use over extended periods of time. Image by Lindiwe Maseko


In Matabeleland, organisations are empowering girls to stay in school by providing homemade reusable sanitary pads. By addressing limited access to disposable products and overcoming menstrual hygiene challenges, these initiatives are breaking barriers and ensuring girls can confidently pursue their education.

BY LYNNIA NGWENYA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | JUL 12, 2023

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