The folly of climate change language, meaning in Africa

The centrality of meaning in fostering global participation in these areas has been ignored in favour of advancing science.
By Patience Ukama Jul. 19, 2024

Future of gastronomy in Zim: A culinary journey

Zimbabwe’s culinary history is deeply rooted in its indigenous culture, with influences from African, European and Asian traditions.
By Ruwarashe Muzamhindo Jul. 19, 2024

Populism will not teach your children

Furthermore, there has been a brouhaha between the government and teachers who are engaged in moonlighting with the same children that they teach.
By Nicholas Aribino Jul. 19, 2024

Unicef appeals for US$84m for drought response

Unicef said the full impact of the drought is expected to manifest only later, hence the need for quick intervention.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 18, 2024

Families earn a living from creative, craft sectors

In the report based on the baseline survey on the state of the informal sector, ILO and Unesco said the significance of the informal economy in Zimbabwe could not be underestimated.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 7, 2024

Govt moves to address HIV risks faced by adolescent girls and young women

Kwekwe district has these facilities at St Judes and Silahobe Secondary schools.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 7, 2024

Govt, UNDP equip local authorities with investor attraction skills

The three-day workshop, which began yesterday in Bulawayo, saw the participation of 46 local authorities, out of 92, with the other half set to attend a similar workshop next week.
By Margaret Lubinda Jul. 2, 2024

E-learning platform for midwives launched

The e-learning platform for midwives is the first of its kind in Zimbabwe.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 21, 2024

Govt dismisses ‘statelessness’ report

He said the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) pledged to assist Zimbabwe with US$300 000 to deal with statelessness issues in the country.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jun. 18, 2024