Zimbabwe has confirmed eight cases of cholera, including two on the border with South Africa, state media reported on Thursday.
Two children, aged five and 10, had been quarantined with cholera at Beitbridge District Hospital, the official Herald reported.
Six other cases had been recorded in Mudzi and Chiredzi, the state Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation said.
Mudzi is on the border with Mozambique, where 41 people have died of cholera. Chiredzi is in south-eastern Zimbabwe.
Another possible case was being investigated in Chirundu on the Zambian border, the report said.
Cholera killed more than 4000 people in Zimbabwe in late 2008 to early 2009. The disease spreads particularly fast during the rainy season through contaminated food and water.