New Horizon: Unearthing alternative investments in 2020s

Owning property may benefit generations in the future and contribute to the creation of healthy familial structures.
By Itai Dzinotyiwei May. 19, 2023

China’s economic growth declines amid unrealistic goals

After three years of forcing people to stay indoors due to the state policy, China has taken back its own state policy of zero COVID and opened up the economy.
By Ani News Apr. 5, 2023

Why livestock can be good for the environment

In places like Zimbabwe livestock production is integral to mixed farming systems and in the drier areas.
By Ian Scoones Jan. 24, 2023

After COP’s failed fossil phase-out, the case for phasing-in biofuels

As climate delegations boarded their planes home, it was clear that any formal phase-out of petroleum remained a pipe dream.
By Bryan Sherbacow Dec. 25, 2022

Climate change mitigation requires a regional approach

There is no doubt that money and other resources are critical components in addressing vulnerabilities caused by the effects of climate change.
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 19, 2022

Zim looks to exports to lead economic recovery

According to ZimTrade’s most recent report, this has primarily been accomplished through the pursuit of strategic alliances
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 19, 2022

‘Hypocrisy writ large in coal action’

A major talking point in all COP summits in the past few years has been the push to halt the use of coal-to-power industries.
By Rugare Mubika Dec. 16, 2022

Post COP27, taking stock, celebrating or counting losses

The events that lead to COP27, witnessed slow progress, with rich countries blocking progress on the sticking issue of loss and damage.
By Peter Makwanya Nov. 28, 2022

Why loss and damage is such a sticking issue at COP27

Loss and damage, including fossil fuel burning have witnessed negotiating partners developing a cat and mouse relationship at the just ended COP27.
By Peter Makwanya Nov. 21, 2022