Summary...Some new cases...worries as the summer rainy season starts.
The sewers are not yet fixed, and with government squabbling, few foreign governments want to invest in the infrastructure.
The Zimbabwe Mail has more information on the outbreak
"...A senior Health Ministry official, Gerald Gwinji, told the state-controlled Herald that the five deaths had been recorded from 117 cases in the Manicaland, Mashonaland West and Midlands provinces.
"Most of the cases were recorded ... among religious objectors, who for a long time have been reluctant to seek medical attention," Gwinji said...."
There are some African/Christian cults in Zimbabwe (as there are in other areas of Africa) that rely on faith healing and don't use western medicine.
But of course, even if the deaths are from non treatment, the infection is spread via contaminated water.