Bulawayo water crisis demands urgent attention

In the latest extension of the water shedding schedule, industrial areas and the central business district would be spared, according to city fathers.
By Newsday Feb. 24, 2024

Zim licences US$9,7bn investments

Tafadzwa Chinamo, chief executive officer at Zida, told the Zimbabwe Independent on Wednesday that the US$9,7 billion was almost double the year's target of about US$5 billion.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 9, 2024

Drought ravages Binga livestock

Cumanzala said the situation was dire, leaving villagers poorer because they rely on cattle and fish farming for a living.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 9, 2024

Communities key to resolving human-wildlife conflict

The use of a fire in subsistence poaching in the Zambezi Valley leads to the unselective destruction of the wildlife habitat and food sources.
By Farai Madende Nhekairo Jan. 5, 2024

Staying the course.

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By Newsday Jan. 1, 2024

Excavation work on Kariba Dam complete

In total, about 750 000 tonnes of rock have been excavated coupled with the stabilisation of 20 000m² of slopes using anchors and shot-crete.
By Obert Siamilandu Dec. 27, 2023

Four issues that bothered Bulawayo residents in 2023

Bulawayo faces perennial water problems as the population in the city continues to grow while depending on a decades old water supply system.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 24, 2023

2023 another wasted year for Matabeleland

Hadebe said the region continued to face similar problems despite several false promises by the late Robert Mugabe and his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 17, 2023

Zim tour thrills Zambian media personality

Mwanza was in the country courtesy of local media house, She Glows Africa Magazine.
By Style Reporter Dec. 14, 2023