Zimbabwean authorities have imposed restrictions in several parts of the country, including the capital, to fight a resurgence of cholera-related deaths.
A grieving family gathers in their yard in a town near Pretoria, the epicentre of a deadly cholera outbreak, mourning the death of a relative, one of 17 people killed by the disease in just days.
A billion people in 43 countries are at risk of cholera, the United Nations warned Friday, and though the outbreaks could be stopped, the United Nations said resources were desperately lacking.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has described Malawi’s cholera outbreak as the largest in Africa.
South African health authorities on Thursday announced the country's first cholera death in more than a decade.
World Health Organisation (WHO) has said Africa is witnessing an exponential rise in cholera cases amid global surge.
Abia State Health Commissioner, Dr. Joe Osuji, yesterday, confirmed outbreak of cholera in Amaogwugwu Community, Umuahia North Council, which, he said, has claimed three lives with 16 people hospitalised.
Schools in Malawi's two largest cities are to remain closed until further notice due to a worsening cholera outbreak, the government said on Monday. Students were due back in class after the holidays on Tuesday. But the health ministry said the start of the school term for primary and secondary pupils in the capital Lilongwe…
8 Dec 2022
Cholera is one of the most common and preventable foods and water-borne disease prevalent in our environment which affects the adult population. It is increasingly being fuelled by the dynamics of the urban lifestyle and environmental disruption and internal displacements because of the insurgency, climatic changes, and flooding could leave us with no better option.