Dlamini Zuma offers tips on how to avoid Cholera
By Cindy Witten
25 January 2009
Together with the World Health Organisation, the South African government has been instrumental in helping to solve the Cholera situation in Zimbabwe.
Foreign Affairs Minister Dlamini Zuma says that measures need to be taken to manage border and disease control. She says that even with border control, authorities can ensure that people who need health services will have access.
“It’s very important to us to give information to our people on how to avoid or even prevent Cholera,” said Dlamini Zuma.
The minister offers useful tips such as boiling water before drinking and cooking fruit and vegetables before eating it.