Feature: Big pharmaceutical companies exposed for theft, high prices

This background suggests that Harris’ issues with Novartis should be taken very seriously by the US government.
By Emmanuel Koro Jul. 24, 2023

UN launches Zim’s largest biogas programme

According to UNDP Zimbabwe communications team leader Anesu Freddy, 150 biogas digesters would have been installed by September this year.
By Nhau Mangirazi Jul. 19, 2023

Perennial power cuts choke health delivery system

The project is largely funded through the Global Fund. 
By Vanessa Gonye Jul. 8, 2023

Climate resilience gaps, opportunities in Africa

Thus far, the programme has supported 38 African countries and trained over 1 000 climate change experts on a continent of 1,4 billion people. The figures are not consistent with the demand.
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga Jun. 22, 2023

Interactive feedback: Why good projects in Africa struggle to raise capital?

There is a popular saying that there is so much work to do in Africa, yet that work is not translating to jobs.
By Prechard Mhako Jun. 16, 2023

Council seeks US$327k to complete vegetable market

According to council minutes, the local authority is seeking funds for the quick completion of works at the Nkulumane Complex Vegetable Wholesale Market to allow vendors to move in.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 11, 2023

UNDP powers 1 000 rural clinics

A total of 1 044 facilities have been connected across the country since the programme started in 2017.  
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 9, 2023

Social protection interventions: Is Zimbabwe on the right path?

UNDP notes that it is important to promote and strengthen non-contributory benefits supported by national laws as a horizontal extension
By Samuel Wadzai Apr. 14, 2023

UN piles pressure on ED

UN resident co-ordinator Edward Kollan said the organisation was well aware of the electoral violence concerns that have since been raised by stakeholders that include political parties. 
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 21, 2023