The local authority says it is making efforts to ensure that sporadic cases of typhoid do not result in an outbreak.
The deceased are two-year-old Mbongiseni Dube, three-year-old Thandolwenkosi Bhebhe, nine-year-old Gugulethu Dube, and eleven-year-old Iphithule Dube.
Speaking to VOA Harare mayor Bernard Manyenyeni responded to the concerns of the water quality in Harare, saying the city is working to properly deal with residents’ concerns.
She said the African Union is accelerating efforts to establish a continental centre along the lines of the United States' Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The festive season has proven to be a fragile time for the blood service and hospitals as deadly road crashes put a major strain on the nation’s blood supply.
VOA Studio 7 reached Health Deputy Minister Paul Chimedza who confirmed that the doctors will not be paid.
Josephine, a Zimbabwean woman, was among the women who were assisted this week. She had lived with her obstetric fistula for 28 years, and like many other women was ostracized and left by her husband after receiving the injury through child birth.
Ruth Xaba, Pretty’s sister-in-law, says the family needs to raise $4,500 to repatriate her body back home.
Various African countries, including Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and several others, were represented by high-powered delegations at the event.
Zimbabwe is hosting the African Union World AIDS Day on the first of December in Victoria Falls.
"You have to see Ebola as a terrorist, who is waging a guerilla-type of war" - Dr. Malonga Miatudila.
The United Nations says lack of improved sanitation is exposing women and girls to rape and abuse as they have no toilets that offer privacy.