A harvest for hunger in rural Zimbabwe

With only a 2-hectare piece of land (about 5 acres), Maosa’s zunde ramambo is one of the most successful, according to Raymond Saurombe, a chief from the same district.
By Evidence Chenjerai Apr. 11, 2024

Chimanimani pounces on timber poachers

The council plans to set up the boom gate at Biriiri growth along the highway.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 1, 2024

Biogas project changes lives

The biogas project offers alternative clean cooking energy for rural women and promotes tree conservation.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 17, 2023

Gully reclamation: Double benefit for Chimanimani villagers

Infrastructure including classroom blocks, boreholes and houses are at risk of collapsing or being washed away as gullies threaten to undermine the building foundations.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 11, 2023

Climate change shocks fuel period poverty

Many young women have had to survive the challenges of period poverty through green skilling initiatives and climate change adaptation.
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 6, 2023

Villagers turn to beekeeping to build climate change resilience

According to Zimbabwe’s Forestry Commission, beekeeping is one of the greener alternatives for making a living.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 15, 2023

Feature: Fishponds bring hope for Cyclone Idai victims

The Resilience Building for Chimanimani Communities project aims to bring back the resilience of communities affected by flooding and drought.
By Obert Siamilandu Oct. 4, 2023

Artisanal mining fuels/brews human-wildlife conflict in protected areas

Wildlife’s living patterns and behaviours are undoubtedly going to be affected.
By Peter Makwanya Aug. 7, 2023

Chief threatens anti-govt activists

The meeting was called by the chief to officially introduce himself to the villagers following his installation by Public Works deputy minister Marian Chombo early this month.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 28, 2023