Maputo — More than 6 000 babies will be born this month in areas ravaged by the Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, a development that spells doom for the disaster-prone Southern African country.
Dar es Salaam — Will the problem of uncollected garbage in the streets of Dar es Salaam ever become history?
Maputo — The vaccination campaign against cholera in the central Mozambican province of Sofala has reached almost 70 per cent of its target of 884,000.
That was said by the minister for State in the Vice President's Office (Union and Environment), Mr January Makamba, during a question-and-answer session in Parliament today, April 8.
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The United States government has availed an additional US$2.5 million emergency relief to cater for the needs of survivors of the recent Cyclone Idai which killed over 300 people mostly in Manicala
Shinyanga — Farmers benefit from a modern paddy seed variety as productivity has risen.
As the drought continues in Southern Province and bore holes dry up, a serious water crisis has left residents of Choma's Pangwe area drawing drinking water from shallow wells used by livestock.
Children under five years will this month start receiving malaria vaccine in Mangochi under the pilot Malaria Vaccine Implementation Programme (MVIP) by the district health office and College of Me
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