Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Investments are never the same, and knowing about them, why one needs to invest, what to invest in, when to invest and how much to invest are questions that are frequently asked. We continue from last week where we endeavour to answer some of those questions that will fill...
Dr J. C. Mangwiro MMED (UZ) MSC Diabetes (Cardiff University, UK), FCP (ECSA) IN THIS ISSUE What causes Diabetes: n Risk factors and prevention; n Symptoms; n Getting a diagnosis; n Long-term effects; n Diabetes is a life-long disease that affects the way one’s body handles glucose, a kind of sugar, in one’s  blood. Most people with the...
Welcome to Taking Stock, a brand new weekly column where I will look back, analyse and comment on business and economic events that might have taken place a few months or years ago, promising heaven and earth to shareholders in the case of companies and citizens in the case...
Investments are never the same, and knowing about them, why one needs to invest, what to invest in, when to invest and how much to invest are questions that are frequently asked. We endeavour to answer some of those questions that will fill the gaps on investing so that...
Mr M. C Wazara Specialist General Surgeon The skin of a human being is the largest organ in the body. It has many complex functions, such as to keep body parts and fluids in and to create a protective barrier preventing outside germs from entering the body. It helps to...
We have looked at investing in capital markets in Zimbabwe, the basics of investing and why it is prudent to do so in this environment. We also looked at the various options available, as in shares or stocks and bonds, cash equivalents such as savings and cheque accounts, certificates...
Dr.John Chamunorwa Mangwiro M.D.MMED{Med}UZ.Consultant Specialist Physician ,Consultant Specialist Diabetologist Diabetes is a global issue, affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. Many people describe diabetes as being a pandemic. There are several types of diabetes, in this issue we will discuss type 1, but first the Zimbabwean issue in brief. The Zimbabwean...
Albert Norumedzo A well-oiled economic system is one whose different parts, like the systems of a locomotive engine, work together as a whole to produce forward motion. An economic system should be self-complementing to ensure faster and broader economic growth, which is economy-wide and not confined to sectors or geographic...
Dr Alex Danso Consulant Urologist Doctor, I have seen blood in my urine, but I am not in pain. Is this dangerous?This week we discuss a condition in which there is blood in the urine. This is called Haematuria when observed with the eyes we call it Macrohaematuria or Gross...
Dr T.  Mhlanga Specialist Gynaecologist Sub-fertility is defined as the inability to achieve pregnancy after 12 months of regular unprotected intercourse, 15 percent of all couples are affected. The chance of conception in an individual cycle is about 20 percent thus in a year, 85 percent of all couples would...