The EMA made the shocking revelation, although hospital officials refused to comment on Thursday.
“It’s true that such a discovery was made at the hospital and we are in the process of charging the hospital, it’s a sensitive issue and authorities want to sweep it under the carpet” , said an employee at EMA, who requested not to be named.
The dumping of babies at the hospitals’ incinerator has reportedly been going on for some time now as the institution cannot afford cremation costs.
“This has been the norm since I came here”, said a third year student nurse at the hospital.
Zimbabwe’s health delivery system remains crippled with many government hospitals running without major facilities and medication despite the formation of the inclusive government that promised to prioritise the recovery of the country’s health sector.