Winter wheat now a food security crop: ED

Collectively, Sadc appealed for US$5,5 billion in assistance to feed millions affected by the drought.
By Problem Masau 7h ago

Over half of Zim has trust in polls: Survey

This comes a year after President Emmerson Mnangagwa won a poll against his closest rival Nelson Chamisa — the then leader of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC).
By Tinashe Kairiza May. 17, 2024

Chamisa revives poll fight at Sadc

Efforts to get a comment from Sadc executive secretary Elias Magosi were also fruitless as his mobile was not reachable.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 9, 2024

SA ConCourt rules out R2bn damages claim by Zimbabwean farmers

A R2-billion claim against the South African government by Zimbabwean farmers for land grabs has prescribed (ie it is out of time), the Constitutional Court has ruled.
By Groundup May. 7, 2024

Sustainable green finance in African real estate sector

Sustainable valuations enable investors to make informed decisions, aligning their portfolios with sustainability objectives.
By Mike Juru Apr. 26, 2024

Economic resilience: Lessons for African empowerment journey

Zimbabwe's journey towards economic resilience offers a beacon of hope and inspiration for Africa in its quest for sovereignty and development.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Apr. 5, 2024

‘Zim army under-funded’

New data from IISS showed Zimbabwe’s limited involvement towards regional peace efforts were caused by underfunding and the military’s concentration on “political issues.”
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 5, 2024

Jihadism in Mozambique: southern African forces are leaving with mixed results

The thinking was that they would eliminate the Al-Sunnah presence in its area of operation.
By The Conversation Apr. 3, 2024

MRP appeals to Sadc over Gukurahundi

The tribunal was disbanded in 2010 following the refusal of the Zimbabwean government to adhere to a ruling pertaining to Zimbabwe's land reform programme.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 21, 2024