Rights abuses surge as hunger bites

Zimbabwe faces an acute food crisis with the country expected to have reduced yields due to erratic rainfall during the 2023/24 agricultural season.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 17, 2024

PVO Bill: An unnecessary evil in a drought year

Communities are painfully watching crops wilt, while cattle desperately graze on disappearing grass.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Apr. 7, 2024

Editorial Comment: Drought: Lies have short legs

The government claimed the country had enough grain stocks to see families through the lean season.
By The Standard Apr. 7, 2024

Masholds turns focus on development projects

Construction work on the pre-leased 12 Van Praah Day Hospital project has been completed and handed over to the tenant.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 4, 2024

Zim to pay the price of stoicism

The farmers are aware of the need to keep their grain and the paltry US$390 per tonne will not do anything to entice them to change their stance.
By Newsday Apr. 4, 2024

2K families to benefit from climate project

UNDP said two schemes had already been completed, benefiting 320 households while eight more were in the process of being established.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 3, 2024

POSB registers growth amid economic turbulence

The Zimbabwean economy faces an uncertain global economic outlook due to geopolitical tensions, climate shocks and exchange rate volatility.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 2, 2024

Maize, mealie meal prices skyrocket

There are no indications when the Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare ministry will undertake food aid relief programmes as the budget has not been announced.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 31, 2024

Declare drought a national disaster: Zapu

Nkomo told Southern Eye that they are in the process of compiling data around the country so that they can confront government about the hunger situation using the statistics.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 30, 2024