Bio-technology firm, Oil Castor, says it has paid over US$1 million to castor bean farmers this year alone.
According to the company's co-founder, Alvaro Arellano, "The firm runs a programme where rural castor bean farmers buy engineered seed and upon harvesting their crop, Oil Castor buys
In the last 60 years, music festivals have become the cornerstone of British culture, and among those that have grown year by year, particularly in the southern African community, is Zimfest Live.
Now in its 21st year, the all-encompassing family festival has become a symbol of
Shabir A. Madhi, University of the Witwatersrand
Any notion that COVID-19 was going to last for just a few months was very much misplaced in 2020. Especially after it was recognised that the SARS-CoV-2 virus was largely spread through the airborne route, all indications were that
Even as highly contagious coronavirus variants continue to emerge, virologists and immunologists have been clear that vaccines are not only preventing serious infections but also curbing transmission as well.
By Shelton Muchena
However, that doesn't mean that vaccinated people are already protecting billions shunning or failing to
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has raised concern over corporates that are forcing employees to undergo the COVID-19 vaccination saying it infringes on their rights.
In a statement Tuesday, the Commission said whilst it is aware that vaccination is for the general protection of citizens,
National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) leader Professor Lovemore Madhuku has come out guns blazing in defence of the government move to dish out vehicles to Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) members.
Addressing journalists in Harare this afternoon, Professor Madhuku said it was the right of POLAD principals to
Mutare City Council's approval of a non-capital expenditure of over US$300 000 on top-of-the-range vehicles for departmental heads has drawn the ire of residents and ratepayers who view this as a wrong prioritization by the city fathers.
Mayor, councilor Blessing Tandi, discredited for ditching the MDC
COVID-19 vaccines being used in Zimbabwe are safe for people living with HIV and Aids, including those on anti-retroviral therapy, government has clarified.
Addressing a media briefing on HIV and COVID-19, Deputy Director for Health Promotions in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Paul Chinakidzwa
THE government should allow telecommunication companies to charge some of their products and services in hard currency to allow them to repay mounting debts, meet foreign supplier obligations, and upgrade infrastructure, economic analysts have said.
This comes as Zimbabwe’s telecommunications industry struggles to service a combined
Power challenges that slowed irrigation combined with a dry spell during peak growing period of October 2019 to March 2020 impacted negatively on cane deliveries for sugar producer, Hippo Valley Estates Limited during the year ended 31 March 2021, the company has said.
As a result,