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Global finance and charity killed African healthcare

What happened to the once universally accepted idea of healthcare for all?

Long queues tell Zimbabwe’s story of economic crisis and failing healthcare

Many people can no longer afford hospital treatment and medication, and the number of those with medical aid has fallen by a third.

Mothers and babies at risk in Apostolic church ‘birth camps’

Leaders of Zimbabwe's Apostolic sects are warming to the idea of women giving birth at health clinics.

Zim strike casts patient care aside

All but the most critically ill are turned away as a nationwide stayaway by doctors hits hospitals.

Zim hospital has to beg for donor cash

The government cannot sustain Mpilo Central Hospital and has now opened its doors to donors.

Zim: Health and education bounce back

Zimbabwe can hasten its recovery by abolishing user fees and expanding its fiscal resources.

Water misery intensifies in Zim as new humanitarian crisis takes shape

In city centres people are resorting to digging wells and even the hospitals face a major crisis.

New blow to healthcare in Zimbabwe

Experts warn that limiting the training of nurses will exacerbate an already untenable situation.

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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