Southern Africa faces worst drought in years

Humanitarian agencies have already warned that at least 4,4 million Zimbabweans, including urbanites, are food insecure.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 1, 2024

Climate-induced drought firmly upon us, possible lessons for future preparedness

In all this scenario, preparedness is key and countries need to invest in early warning systems, communication and awareness to save lives.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 19, 2024

The climate debate on role of livestock misses the mark

Africa needs to be able to realise the full potential of its livestock sector as a driver for development, and this has been recognised by the African Union in its Agenda 2063.
By Amh Voices Feb. 17, 2024

I Dream of Empathy, a significant addition to poetry collection

The lesson I have drawn from this rare collection is that our morality depends on empathy.
By Ndaba Sibanda Feb. 4, 2024

Renewed hope for cotton farmers

With the current El Nino drought being experienced in the country, cotton is one of the crops that can be cultivated in regions of low rainfall as it is drought resistant.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Jan. 12, 2024

An updated drought plan is essential

Zimbabwe's 2023/24 grain cultivation season has become subject to El Niño weather events, which delayed the season by almost two months.
By Kevin Tutani Jan. 5, 2024

WFP commits to feed 80K hungry villagers

Government has been implementing a national Food Deficit Mitigation Strategy in conjunction with WFP over many past seasons.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 4, 2024

Nampak sits on ‘significant capital projects’

Nampak Zimbabwe Limited has three main business segments —  paper, plastics and metals.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jan. 1, 2024

Tourism players, residents block cemetery project

Tourism players said they were not happy with the new development as it would scare away tourists.
By Kenneth Nyangani Dec. 29, 2023