Strengthen laws to protect Zimbabwe’s wetlands

Ironically, Zela notes the threat that human activities pose to wetlands despite this connection, a threat which has made it necessary to protect these rich patches of land at law.
By ZELA Feb. 4, 2024

EMA boss granted US$300 bail

Chigona is alleged to have corruptly issued an environmental impact assessment certificate  to a Harare company, Borrowdale Investments.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 17, 2024

Bureaucracy stifling home ownership

The report also noted that there was a need for the private sector to complement government efforts in improving access to decent accommodation.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 20, 2023

Occupational incompetence fuelling cholera

Strengthening water infrastructure remains critical in reducing the impact of many of the communicable diseases.
By Johannes Marisa Nov. 16, 2023

Gold panners wreak havoc in Byo

There is rampant gold panning in the city’s water catchment areas such as Umzingwane.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 14, 2023

Disease outbreaks difficult to contain without proper waste disposal

Unethical practices like corruption and embezzlement of funds can hinder progress in any project and failure to address corruption will take us backwards as a country.
By Johannes Marisa Oct. 27, 2023

Firms urged to adopt circular economy

The circular economy advocates sustainable production, reasoned consumption and efficient waste management.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Oct. 23, 2023

Ema identifies 2 000 illegal dumpsites in Harare

“Drainage systems are clogged, overflowing with litter. Sanitary lanes are now dumpsites. Our highways are strewn with litter,” he said.
By Gracious Daniel and Brent Shamu Oct. 18, 2023

Briefs: Hwange residents petition EMA

The petition signed by Greater Whange Residents Trust coordinator Fidelis Chima was directed to EMA Hwange office.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 8, 2023