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Edutainment Mix: In the art of rehabilitation, charity and hope

We cannot be silent about the scourge of drug abuse and how it has affected many youths and has culminated in very serious mental health repurcations.
By Raymond Millagre Langa May. 14, 2023

Dancers against drug abuse

Drug abuse among adolescents has become a significant concern for parents and health care providers alike.
By Tinashe Chicu Apr. 23, 2023

Drug abuse play to premiere on Independence Day

“Our targeted audience are the youths in Bulawayo and beyond as well as adults who live with youths.  Actually everyone is affected by drug abuse scourge.”
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 2, 2023

Zim’s underworld of teen sex, drugs

The girls are dressed in all sorts of skimpy tight fitting clothes, while their male counterparts are clad in hip-hop fashion wear.
By Problem Masau Mar. 4, 2023

Drug abuse negatively impacting on youth development

In interviews on the streets of Sakubva, Mutare, many youths mentioned that they consume drugs so as to forget their situations.

Drug and substance abuse: Stop the raging tempest (Pt I)

The Health ministry reports that in 2018, 57% of all admissions to psychiatric institutions were attributed to substance abuse 80%.
By Sibusisiwe Marunda Feb. 18, 2023

Lifezone: Substance abuse and ‘you’ as the solution

During the conversations, everything seems to flow until my loved ones hit the next trigger and fall into the same vicious circle of substance abuse.
By Grace Chirenje Feb. 10, 2023

Health Talk: It’s time to fight drug abuse on all fronts

Many factors have been pin-pointed and included are peer pressures, social isolation, unemployment, poverty and spiritual warfare as the drivers of their drug abuse.
By Johannes Marisa Feb. 5, 2023

Govt declares war on drug abusers

Police were also part of the anti-drug campaign, where 10 drug users in Harare were arrested and paraded, with one of them found in possession of 50 bottles of Bron Cleer cough syrup.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Feb. 4, 2023