Nine of the deceased are from Malila and Malanda in Tsholotsho, while two are siblings aged seven and eight, from Matjinge area in Bilingoma, Bulilima
The National Aids Council says plans to decentralize funding of HIV/Aids programs to the district level are at an advanced stage
Local Government Minister Ignatias Chombo and Transport Minister Obert Mpofu on Monday visited dozens of injured passengers who are admitted at Parirenyatwa Hospital.
According to the health ministry, 57 of 60 districts in the country have a high prevalence of bilharzia, while 31 districts have a problem of intestinal worms.
Police are still investigating the cause of the accident, which left a large number of people hospitalized.
Apart from HIV/IAIDS, the ministers are set to focus on status reports from member states on critical health issues such as malaria, tuberculosis and ebola
City health department director, Dr. Prosper Chonzi told VOA Studio 7 residents should boil the initial water coming out of the taps as it is likely to be smelly and discoloured.
ZINA Harare chairman Enoch Dongo tells Studio 7 there is no going back on the industrial action.
ZINATHA secretary for education, Peter Sibanda, says his organization is not happy with the public sale of some traditional medicine and Chinese herbs in local markets.
The Harare City Council is advising residents to store water for domestic use as it will cut off water supplies Friday until Sunday for refurbishment at the Morton Jeffrey Waterworks.
The National AIDS Council says Zimbabweans should adhere to their
HIV/AIDS anti-retroval treatment regime to avoid future complications.
Dr. Mugurungi told VOA Studio 7 he is pleased by the progress Harare is making and feels that Zimbabwe is on track in meeting its 2015 millenium goals addressing HIV/AIDS.