The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) is the statutory body responsible for protecting public and animal health by ensuring that all medicines, devices, allied substances, and other health commodities are safe, effective, and of good quality. This is achieved through registration of medicines; licensing of persons and premises that handle medicines; review, approval, and monitoring of clinical trials that involve the use of medicines; and quality testing and safety monitoring of all health commodities granted market authorisation.
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In pursuit of promoting high ethical standards, the Authority has formulated a Code of Ethics for its employees and members of the Authority .The Authority believes that high ethical...
In order to improve service delivery to our valued customers, MCAZ collects information on Customer Complaints.
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Guidance on submission of covid-19 vaccine applications for emergency use authorisation and registration have been published.
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The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) Covid-19 Health and Safety Guidelines applies to MCAZ staff with the intention of preventing workplace infections, protecting lives, and promoting employee health for the duration of the pandemic. It will be in effect until a formal declaration is made by the Government of Zimbabwe regarding the end of the pandemic. This guideline clarifies the roles and responsibilities of Management and Staff in the prevention of and handling of the Covid-19 cases at the workplace.
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