Persistent illegal urban farming that has been exacerbated by food shortages continues to compromise the capital’s environmental integrity.
Unsustainable illegal urban farming in wetlands, steep slopes and stream banks in Harare suburbs including Highfield, Glen Norah, Warren Park 1, Epworth, Kuwadzana Extension, Waterfalls and Mabvuku Tafara
Persistent illegal and unregulated urban farming, exacerbated by food shortages and a struggling economic situation in the country continues to compromise the capital’s environmental integrity.
Unsustainable illegal urban farming in wetlands, steep slopes and stream banks in Harare suburbs including Highfield, Glen Norah, Warren Park 1,
Climate change has become one of the most profound threats to smallholder agriculture in semi-arid and arid areas in Zimbabwe due to farmers over reliance on rain-fed cropping and limited access to capital and technology among other challenges.
By Edward Makuzva
While several potential adaptation options exist,
In Zimbabwe, community leaders who include traditional leaders, councilors, legislators and the church wield much influence in most facets of life.
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa
Climate change has not been a much understood global phenomenon and Zimbabwe is no exception despite being a signatory to a number of
Agri-business concern, CFI Holdings is making headway in strengthening its milling subsidiary, Victoria Foods after capitalizing the unit during the first quarter ended December 31, 2021.
Victoria Foods together with its sister company Agrifoods were place under judicial management in 2016 with the two entities requiring
HARARE - Harare city garbage woes continue to persist with several of the capital’s suburbs plagued by illegal dumping sites that could potentially lead to an outbreak of waterborne diseases such as Typhoid and Cholera, in the wake of recent heavy rains.
The municipality has since
The need for retaining indigenous knowledge systems in predicting seasonal forecasts remains a very fascinating piece across the country where continuous adaptation to climatic risks and impact is unavoidable and fundamental to sustainable and climate-resilient development and livelihoods.
Enhancing disaster preparedness mechanisms help governments and all
The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has expressed dismay over political violence that erupted in Kwekwe over the weekend where opposition party, Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) supporters were attacked by suspected Zanu PF supporters during a campaign rally addressed by party leader Nelson Chamisa.
HARARE- Top human rights lawyer, Freddy Masarirevu has embarked on a massive campaign to ensure unregistered youths without proof of residents have the opportunity to register as voters ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Thousands of youths who recently turned 18 years of age are currently
16 people were arrested in connection with causing violence which left one person dead while 17 more were injured yesterday at Nelson Chamisa’s rally in Kwekwe.
The violent scenes ensued after alleged Zanu-PF supporters charged at Chamisa’s members with machetes, spears and knobkerries.
In the aftermath, police