Intern – Radiation Scientist

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill in the Radiation Scientist Intern post that has arisen within the Authority. Academic and Professional Qualifications: Currently studying Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Sciences All applications accompanied with detailed CV and certified copies of academic qualifications and ID should be sent to: The Human Resources and Administration […]

Regularisation of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (Norm) Industries and Facilities

The Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) is a statutory body established under the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] of 2004 with a mandate to protect people and the environment against effects of radiation. The Authority hereby gives notification for the regularization of activities covered under the Radiation Protection (Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material) Regulations (Statutory […]

RPAZ hosts four new fellows from the region

HARARE: The International Atomic Energy Agency [IAEA] has once again shown its confidence in the operations of the Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe [RPAZ] by offering a two- week sponsorship to four fellows from Africa to understudy RPAZ’s Inspectors in an effort to enhance inspection activities in regulatory bodies. The fellows are Ms Linda K […]

KIDZCAN Commemorates World Childhood Cancer Day

HARARE: A non-profit making organisation involved in providing support to children suffering from cancer has commemorated World Childhood Cancer Day in Harare by calling on all citizens and organisations in the country to wear orange and make donations during the week February 15-21 as a way of showing solidarity with the suffering children and those […]

RPAZ Inspectors attend Training in Radiotherapy

HARARE: Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe Inspectors are being trained in inspecting radiotherapy facilities to sharpen skills and ensure the continued protection of those suffering from cancer and who are seeking treatment from the country’s two radiotherapy Centres at Parirenyatwa and Mpilo Hospitals. RPAZ Chief Executive Officer, Mr Reward Severa said this in an interview […]

RPAZ hosts another fellow from Uganda

HARARE: The Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe [RPAZ]’s leading role in regulatory activities in Africa has once again received recognition from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) which has sent in a fellow from Uganda for two months on-the job training. The Fellow, Ms Grace Kukiriza is employed as a Radiation Protection Officer at the […]