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CHRA challenges council to address the major drivers of water bone diseases - The Zimbabwean;

CHRA challenges council to address the major drivers of water bone diseases - The Zimbabwean

The ZimbabweanCHRA challenges council to address the major drivers of water bone diseasesThe ZimbabweanThe Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has noted efforts by the Harare City Council to contain the typhoid outbreak which has resulted in two deaths in Mbare with about 132 suspected cases being reported.and more »

Protest under way against street vending ban - DailyNews

Protest under way against street vending banDailyNewsHARARE - Vendors have vowed to stage street protests against the vending ban imposed by government. A taskforce of government ministries, Harare City Council and the Environmental Management Agency (Ema) last week banned the sale of uncooked ...and more »

Typhoid: Stop politicking over dead bodies - Zimbabwe Independent;

Typhoid: Stop politicking over dead bodies - Zimbabwe Independent

Zimbabwe IndependentTyphoid: Stop politicking over dead bodiesZimbabwe IndependentTHE banning of food vending by the Harare City Council in a bid to contain a typhoid outbreak that has claimed at least two lives is yet another classic case of shutting the stable door when the horse has well and truly bolted. Editor's Memo,Faith Zabaand more »

Harare in vendors threat no-show - NewsDay;

Harare in vendors threat no-show - NewsDay

NewsDayHarare in vendors threat no-showNewsDayIt was business as usual yesterday for vendors in the central business district, as Harare City Council, which had threatened to force them out, seemingly dithered, citing logistical problems. BY MUNESU NYAKUDYA. Harare announced a 48-hour ultimatum ...and more »

Aid Groups Help Zimbabwe Fight Typhoid Outbreak - Voice of America;

Aid Groups Help Zimbabwe Fight Typhoid Outbreak - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaAid Groups Help Zimbabwe Fight Typhoid OutbreakVoice of AmericaInternational aid groups have begun helping Zimbabwe fight an outbreak of typhoid. Some stakeholders say President Robert Mugabe's government has not been taking the outbreak seriously. Officials say the waterborne disease, which has struck more than ...and more »

In Zimbabwe: Street Food Vendors Banned As Typhoid Grips Harare - 360Nobs.com;

In Zimbabwe: Street Food Vendors Banned As Typhoid Grips Harare - 360Nobs.com

360Nobs.comIn Zimbabwe: Street Food Vendors Banned As Typhoid Grips Harare360Nobs.comThe Harare City Council has banned food vendors from operations in Zimbabwe's capital following an outbreak of typhoid which has left at least two people dead. In a statement issued on Tuesday evening, Acting Town Clerk, Josephine Ncube, said ...and more »

Zimbabwe: street food vendors banned over typhoid, cholera fears - Deutsche Welle;

Zimbabwe: street food vendors banned over typhoid, cholera fears - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleZimbabwe: street food vendors banned over typhoid, cholera fearsDeutsche WelleZimbabwe has banned street food vendors in the capital Harare following a typhoid outbreak blamed on poor sanitation and erratic water supplies. Vendors are resisting the ban saying it is threatening their livelihood. Simbabwe Typhus Cholera (DW/P.and more »

Vendors, council clash looms - NewsDay;

Vendors, council clash looms - NewsDay

NewsDayVendors, council clash loomsNewsDayHARARE City Council's decision to force vendors off the streets beginning today could trigger a bruising court battle, a representative body has warned. BY MUNESU NYAKUDYA. The Vendors' Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (Viset) ...and more »

Harare food vendors challenge council ultimatum - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

Harare food vendors challenge council ultimatumBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)Representatives of vendor associations have filed an urgent court application to stop council's 48-hour council ultimatum for all food vendors to vacate the streets of Harare. Queen of Grace ZIMASSET Trust spokesperson, McNorman Chitongo confirmed the ...and more »

Typhoid outbreak: Mugabe's minister blames MDC - News24;

Typhoid outbreak: Mugabe's minister blames MDC - News24

News24Typhoid outbreak: Mugabe's minister blames MDCNews24A suicidal Zimbabwean man, 28, has been charged with rape, attempted murder and presenting false information to the police after he allegedly raped and stabbed his 19-years-old wife, a report says. Typhoid outbreak: Harare bans food vendors, gives them ...and more »

Typhoid outbreak: Harare bans food vendors, gives them 48-hr ultimatum - News24;

Typhoid outbreak: Harare bans food vendors, gives them 48-hr ultimatum - News24

News24Typhoid outbreak: Harare bans food vendors, gives them 48-hr ultimatumNews24Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai has slammed Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere over his claims that the opposition party was responsible for the typhoid outbreak in Harare. Suicidal man, 28, rapes, ...and more »

Council gives vendors 48-hour ultimatum - DailyNews

Council gives vendors 48-hour ultimatumDailyNewsHARARE - Vendors operating in Harare's Central Business District (CBD) have been given a 48-hour ultimatum to cease operations as Harare City Council (HCC) moves to ban hawking. The ban — formulated by a joint taskforce of ministries of Health, Local ...and more »

Harare bans food vending in bid to contain typhoid outbreak - Xinhua;

Harare bans food vending in bid to contain typhoid outbreak - Xinhua

XinhuaHarare bans food vending in bid to contain typhoid outbreakXinhuaHARARE, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- The Harare City Council has issued a 48-hour ultimatum for all illegal food vendors in the city to stop operations as it steps up efforts to contain a typhoid outbreak that has claimed two lives so far. The move by the local ...and more »

Council faces lawsuit over typhoid - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog);

Council faces lawsuit over typhoid - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)Council faces lawsuit over typhoidBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)A HEALTH lobby group is mulling suing the Harare City Council following the deaths of two Mbare residents from typhoid. Community Working Group on Health director, Itai Rusike said over the years the call to have the Harare City Council (HCC) improve ...and more »

Vendors slapped with 48 hour ultimatum - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

Vendors slapped with 48 hour ultimatumBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)Vendors in Harare have been given 48 hours to stop selling food in the central business district as the city is battling to contain typhoid outbreak. Two people have since died in Mbare and 132 suspected cases of typhoid had been recorded. Harare ...and more »

Council to destroy street food in 48 hrs - New Zimbabwe.com;

Council to destroy street food in 48 hrs - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comCouncil to destroy street food in 48 hrsNew Zimbabwe.comTHE Harare City Council Tuesday said it was giving all food vendors operating in the central business district a 48 hour ultimatum to “cease operations forthwith”. Acting Town Clerk Josephine Ncube said council was ready for war against vendors trading ...and more »

48-hr ultimatum for food vendors - The Herald

48-hr ultimatum for food vendorsThe HeraldHarare City Council and vendors are headed for a showdown after the local authority banned illegal vending of food in the Harare Metropolitan area following a typhoid outbreak which claimed two lives in Mbare. Both victims died last month. Council ...and more »

Food Vendors Given 48 Hours to Cease Operations As Typhoid Grips Harare - VOA Zimbabwe;

Food Vendors Given 48 Hours to Cease Operations As Typhoid Grips Harare - VOA Zimbabwe

VOA ZimbabweFood Vendors Given 48 Hours to Cease Operations As Typhoid Grips HarareVOA ZimbabweA vendor carries his goods after he was evicted from the streets by Zimbabwean police in Harare, Wednesday, July, 8, 2015. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi). Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on WhatsApp · Email to a Friend. Print.and more »

Harare evicts vendors over typhoid outbreak fears - Independent Online;

Harare evicts vendors over typhoid outbreak fears - Independent Online

Independent OnlineHarare evicts vendors over typhoid outbreak fearsIndependent OnlineVendors sell fish and vegetables on a street pavement in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. Photo: ANA. Harare ‑ The Zimbabwean capital on Tuesday gave vendors a 48-hour ultimatum to cease operations in Harare following an outbreak of typhoid fever in ...and more »