Govt target US$13,75b agric industry

The country had set a US$8,2 billion target for 2022, but reportedly reached US$7,9 billion in 2020, which necessitated a review to the target, government has indicated.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 21, 2024

Drought escalated cholera outbreak: Report

The USAid Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FewsNet) recently revealed that approximately 9 000 cattle in Zimbabwe had succumbed to drought-related conditions this year.
By Silas Nkala May. 20, 2024

A comprehensive analysis of facilities management in Zimbabwe

The transition towards a fully delegated FM model necessitates a systematic orchestration of strategic imperatives, encapsulating the following key steps:
By Bekithemba Mpofu May. 12, 2024

Benefits of integrating food systems with education

Knowledge around appropriate food preservation technologies can be embedded at industrial parks occupied by the young generation who are attached to colleges and universities.
By Charles Dhewa May. 8, 2024

Watch ZiG closely: Fews Net

Last month saw the introduction of the ZiG, replacing the battered Zimdollar that had experienced a sharp depreciation.
By Belinda Chiroodza May. 3, 2024

Village Rhapsody: The impact of climate change on Zimbabwe’s water resources 

Zimbabwe has experienced increased variability in precipitation, leading to more frequent and intense droughts followed by heavy rainfall events.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Apr. 28, 2024

Converting harvests into commodities and products that last longer

Unlike mass markets that try to come up with fair pricing systems based on demand and supply, prices announced by government are often not informed by demand and supply.
By Charles Dhewa Apr. 17, 2024

High food assistance needs imminent: USAid

Zimbabwe is among several southern African countries that have been severely affected by the El Niño-induced drought with at least two million people facing starvation.
By Gracious Daniel Apr. 16, 2024

AWS: The dark side of AI (II)

The unrestrained race for AI supremacy among Chinese, Russian and United States researchers does not augur well for cooperation.
By Arthur Mutambara Apr. 12, 2024