Ama inputs package to support 0,5ha of cotton

Heading into the 2023/24 agricultural season, the El Nino weather phenomenon was predicted as early forecasts pointed to warm temperatures and normal to below normal rainfall.
By Belinda Chiroodza 8h ago

Ama registers 2m farmers for inputs scheme

This comes after the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) last month reported on the initial impact of the El Niño-induced drought.
By Blessed Ndlovu Dec. 5, 2023

El Niño challenges demand decisive action

Agricultural expert Charles Dhewa recently said although El Niño has a negative impact on the national fiscus, the weather phenomenon has its merits too.
By Newsday Dec. 1, 2023

El Niño to hit Zim, Malawi economies

It is estimated that over 20 million people will be in need of food assistance during the January-to-March 2024 peak of the lean season.
By Lorraine Muromo and Problem Masau Nov. 30, 2023

Farmers cheer new cotton players

Thus, increased resources to the sector are expected to reduce cotton farmers dependency on these illicit dealers.
By Donald Nyandoro Nov. 23, 2023

Man crushed to death by robot that mistook him for a box

According to the Yonhap news agency, the robot was lifting boxes of bell peppers when it misidentified the man.
By Sky News Nov. 11, 2023

Increasing communities’ capacity to process information

This will ensure they are able to detect media bias and disinformation while becoming informed citizens who can make better choices and decisions.
By Charles Dhewa Nov. 8, 2023

Learning to negotiate change: Encounters in cattle rearing

In front of him, 20 young  people stood enthralled while all around him cattle seemed to stand to attention like soldiers on a parade.
By Taruvinga Magwiroto Nov. 3, 2023

Bringing back dignity to African farming systems through mass markets

Depending on food aid or cash transfers is one major way African communities continue to lose their dignity.
By Charles Dhewa Oct. 25, 2023