Inside Sport: Munetsi, Nakamba captaincy debacle

Does Nakamba have the leadership qualities of the likes of Peter Ndlovu and Knowledge Musona when he looks shy and out of sorts in the EPL.
By Michael Kariati Nov. 12, 2023

Nakamba tipped for Warriors captaincy

The star, who plays for EPL side Luton, will inherit the Warriors armband from Knowledge Musona who retired from international football last year.
By Henry Mhara Nov. 3, 2023

Digital Digest: More technology expertise needed on news media management boards

With so much riding on technology, it is surprising at how few media company boards include expertise in the tech areas.
By Dietmar Schantin Oct. 7, 2023

African mass food markets research data grossly underrated

When properly studied, mass food markets can be a source of rich intelligence on the contribution of agriculture and food systems.
By Charles Dhewa Aug. 16, 2023

Loud calls for Musona, Billiat’s comeback

Musona announced his retirement from the Warriors in May last year after playing for the team since 2010, a period in which he featured 51 times and scored 24 goals.
By Henry Mhara Jul. 25, 2023

Reconstructive writing can preserve indigenous food systems

The process is anchored on dialogue with people who really understand their food systems context, including how food production zones are related to food baskets and markets.
By Charles Dhewa Jul. 12, 2023

Global South under the wrath of climate information onslaught

All hell breaks loose when the climate dosage and dissemination knows no bounds and sincerity to audience reception patterns and ethical considerations.
By Peter Makwanya Jul. 3, 2023

Experience is the worst teacher

There is the attitude side to it though, which, for me is equally if not more critical when we view the whole issue from the point of view of risk.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Jul. 2, 2023

Enriching climate change discourses with indigenous knowledge perspectives

Although largely undocumented, most African communities have traditionally protected IKS through their own structures such as capacities within the old generation.
By Charles Dhewa May. 26, 2023