President Mnangagwa flies in hired jet as HIV drugs run short in Zimbabwe
HIV patients go without treatment as government fails to raise $6m for drugs
Harare — More than 1,3-million Zimbabweans living with HIV/Aids are at risk as the cash-strapped government battles to raise $6m needed to unlock $400m in donor funding for antiretroviral (ARV) drugs.
The southern African nation is facing critical shortages of medicines and patients are being asked to pay for their prescriptions in hard currency. The elite and top government officials are seeking medical treatment abroad to avoid the country's dire health services.