An emergency has been declared and public gatherings banned in Harare to prevent the spread of infection.
Mnangagwa reassured the nation that the health and well being of citizens will remain a priority under his administration.
The outbreak has been blamed on poor sanitation, the proliferation on food vending as well as continued lack of clean running which has forced residents, in some cases, to resort to unsafe wells to acquire the necessity.
The World Health Organization and the Red Cross has intensified their emergency responses to Zimbabwe's deadliest cholera outbreak in a decade.
Zimbabwe's largest university postponed its graduation ceremony on Friday. MDC-T secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora yesterday confirmed the anniversary celebrations had been deferred to a date yet to be announced.
Prior to this outbreak, Zimbabwe had recorded a substantial decline in cholera cases (recording less than 30 cumulative cases in the last 3 years). 'WHO is working closely with the national authorities and partners to urgently respond to this outbreak'. Early this month, the MDC-T approached the High Court for and won an order forcing police to allow it to hold a rally in Kwekwe after its request had been turned down over a typhoid outbreak detected in the Midlands capital of Gweru, about 65km away.
Human rights groups warned that unless urgent action was taken, the current death toll was likely to be as significant as the outbreak in 2008 when more than 4 300 people died of the water borne disease.
The current cholera epidemic is a bad effect of Zimbabwe's failure to invest in and manage both its basic water and sanitation infrastructure and its health care system.
Jessica Pwiti, the executive director of Amnesty International Zimbabwe, said it was appalling that people were still dying from a preventable disease in the 21st century.
"What we are a witnessing is a total overthrow of urban planning regulations where people are using their power to gain popularity instead of serving the people", he said.
"They have failed to give protective clothing to their health workers, but you see their top management driving state-of-the-art vehicles and going on trips to Victoria Falls, yet they are not attending to the needs of the people".
Etienne, with Thomas Tuchel resting the former while the latter served a ban for a red card he received before the global break. PSG cruised past Saint Etienne anyway, winning 4-0 at the Parc des Princes.
It's unknown if a search warrant was also executed at the officer's apartment. "I need to go protect myself, '" Whalen said. Mother of #BothamJean , Allison Jean , says the "smear" of her son is unacceptable.
The men were arrested in The Hague as part of an operation involving British, Swiss and Dutch intelligence agencies. Bucher said he did not know about the Russians being identified, detained or expelled from the Netherlands.
Slower hurricanes - such as Hurricane Harvey - can dump more rain on an area before moving on, adding to their destructive power. Moreover, high tides around noon and midnight these next few days will make the storm surges even worse, Samson said.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, Granit Xhaka broke the deadlock shortly after the break with a sumptuous free-kick. But maybe in the second half we needed a little more balance on the pitch with the positioning.
Kavanaugh has denied the allegations. "I did not do this back in high school or at any time", said Kavanaugh's statement . The allegation was made in a letter by a woman who said the incident took place in high school.
Andre Schurrle did threaten from distance but City goalkeeper Ederson tipped over. "At the end, the result is completely fair". Fulham had arrived with a clear intention to take the game to City , but after that early setback, the task was beyond them.
Once a mainstay of both government and commercial customers, the vehicle went through a gradual phaseout after the U.S. The mission is a successor to the original Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite that operated from 2003 to 2009.
Police in southern France arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder after he allegedly sent his auto into pedestrians. Local prosecutors said that the man was suffering from "relative mental confusion " and had been taken to hospital.
Apple Airs New iPhone XS Ad Titled 'Illusion'
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Serena said she was proud of me - Osaka
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Hurricane Florence closes in on Carolinas
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Man, 26, dies after being attacked by a shark in Cape Cod
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Texas A&M replaces Texas as most valuable college program
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Eight Killed as Florence Dumps 'Epic' Rain on Carolinas
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