Kinshasa — A raging cholera outbreak has killed more than 150 people in Central and West Africa since the beginning of the year.

Nierteti — One person died of watery diarrhoea, suspected to be cholera, in Central Darfur. The four isolation units in Nierteti locality admitted 41 new patients on Saturday.

A total of 817 cholera cases, resulting in 10 deaths have been reported this year, a Unicef-Kenya report shows.

Lilongwe — The death toll of cholera in the country has risen to 10 after the death of one person in Lilongwe in the early hours of Tuesday, the Minister of Health, Atupele Muluzi has confirmed.

GOVERNMENT has strengthened the law against street vending and public nuisances and has added 33 new offences, bringing the total to 55 in the amended Act Number 10 of 2018.

A woman, 50, has died at an isolation ward in Bura after showing symptoms of cholera.

Chegutu — Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS) ambassador and sungura king Alick Macheso last Friday heeded the call by Civil Protection Unity (CPU) in Chegutu to cancel his gig.

Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary Dr.

Botswana has warned its citizens against travelling to Zambia while Namibia has banned food import from that country after an outbreak of cholera, in a move that observers say is likely to affect t

Zambian environmentalist activists have accused the country's government of mismanaging Lusaka's water system and causing an outbreak of cholera.