Zimbabwe turns 40, but with a collapsed health system
Six years after the New Constitution: What still needs to be fixed
By Marshall Bwanya As Zimbabwe turns 40 today, doctors and other medical practitioners have bemoaned the collapsed state of the health sector in the country which they attribute to a deliberate lack of investment by government in the past decades. The health sector in Zimbabwe is hugely dependent on development partners, donors and foreign governments …
The post Zimbabwe turns 40, but with a collapsed health system appeared first on Open Parly.
OPINION By Loreen Tadzingwa The making of the new constitution is an important development in the history of any country as it affords the citizens an opportunity to either strengthen their governance system into a truly democratic one. The process gives people a chance to make a fresh start by reviewing their past experiences, identifying …
The post Six years after the New Constitution: What still needs to be fixed appeared first on Open Parly.