Councillors squabble over idle market

Some councilors allegedly want to put their cronies on the list of beneficiaries.
By Nunurai Jena Jul. 7, 2024

‘Zim in food crisis by month end’

The drought relief funds are, however, expected to cover 29 districts across the country.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 5, 2024

WFP aids food insecure families in Bulawayo

The programme is being implemented in partnership with the government and other donor agencies that chipped in with funding.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 4, 2024

WFP worries over drought mitigatory funding shortfall

WFP and its partners have been working tirelessly to address food insecurity caused by the El Niño-induced drought, which has since been declared a state of national disaster.
By Ropafadzo Makosi Jun. 26, 2024

EU avails €3m for urban communities in southern Africa

The funding follows experiences from COVID-19 highlights indicating the inadequate support provided to urban residents by emerging social protection systems in sub-Saharan Africa.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Jun. 20, 2024

Zim livestock deaths to increase

WFP said factors contributing to the increase in livestock deaths include limited access to veterinary services, deteriorating pasture quality, and water scarcity.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 6, 2024

Battle for survival: Climate change takes a toll on Zim’s marginalised women and children

Lubanda is among villages in Binga that suffer persistent water shortages, owing to dearth of water infrastructure and sporadic borehole breakdowns.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 19, 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

WFP shifts focus to boosting resilience

In Annual Country Report 2023 — Country Strategic Plan 2022-2026 — WFP said the shift was key for rural development and localised food systems as well as their value chains.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 4, 2024