Professor Jonathan Moyo repeated attack of the command agriculture programme could land him in trouble with President Mugabe’s revelation that the initiative is the brainchild of his wife Grace.
During his address to Zanu PF youths in Mutare last week, Mugabe said command agriculture programme was
The failure of donor-funded programmes to transform African agriculture is resulting in more attention turning to the private sector as a potential source of better agricultural outcomes. Several multi-million dollar donor programmes have been launched with pomp and media saturation but the end has often
I see the sun of righteousness rising, the beams of hope springing forth, the beauty of flora and fawner spreading and loud cries of praise and Joy I see a new Zimbabwe, I hear the thunder of celebration, a cry of joy and voices singing
Local mining giant, Rio Zim Limited last year recorded a net profit of US$7.5 million up from an operating loss of US$150 000 posted in the prior year.
By Jeoffrey Ncube
According to the company end of year financial statement, despite the challenging and uncertain operating environment,
Adoley and her husband Mike (not their real names) attend one of Ghana’s mega churches. Both are university graduates. She is a seamstress and owns a small retail shop. He is an accountant. The couple live with Mike’s family, where Adoley sometimes feels she’s blamed
BBC Brit will still host hugely popular series such as Top Gear and The Graham Norton Show, but will now also be the exclusive home to popular entertainment programming such as Strictly Come Dancing and new drama and comedy series including Michael McIntyre’s Big Show
Multi-talented singer/songwriter and producer Njabulo Nkomo, better known as Tytan has been announced as the host for this year’s Miss World Zimbabwe UK beauty pageant taking place in London on the 1st of July.
The award-winning artist will co-host with businesswoman Olinda Chapel. He is also
We covered the HIT NESAC Preliminaries early this week where we managed to catch up with Professor L. Tichagwa - Acting Dean of The School of Engineering & Technology at HIT. She managed to shed more light into how the Institute has rose to become