Nestle Zimbabwe is incentivizing farmers in Honde Valley to take up coffee farming, following the firming of the crop’s price on the international market.
By Hillary Munedzi
With uncertainty stemming from coffee exporting countries such as Ethiopia, which is in the middle of a civil war, and
Independent Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has castigated the Prosecutor General’s office for failing to handle corruption cases involving big wigs thereby scuttling country efforts to end the scourge he blamed for the worsening economic situation.
Speaking to journalists in Harare Wednesday morning, the outspoken former Zanu
Instrument builder and multi-instrumentalist Othnell Mangoma Moyo is set to launch his third album “DzaGogo” this week.
On the album, which has been in the making for two years, Mangoma incorporates traditional instruments within each song to showcase their powerful heritage, and as a way of
The Aviation Training Academy of Zimbabwe, which was established by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ), will start offering its first courses by the end of March, the CAAZ Director General Engineer Elijah Chingosho has said.
Speaking in Harare Wednesday morning, Chingosho the newly established
Population Solutions for Health (PSH), through funding from the Embassy of Sweden and in partnership with Eternity Productions, will be hosting the Pre-Valentine's dinner with Trevor D and Friends on the 11th of February 2022 at The Golden Conifer in Harare.
The Love Shouldn’t Hurt campaign
Government has threatened disciplinary action against teachers who did not report for duty on the school opening day yesterday after directing heads of offices to suspend those found those found guilty.
Teachers announced incapacitation and did turn up for duty yesterday with most learning institutions across
It is 9am in Dombodema Village, Plumtree, as 13-year-old Thaboluhle Nleya engages in his newly found occupation--brick-moulding.
By Shelton Muchena
In this part of the country, bricks are sold at US$0,50 each or US$50 for a thousand. To make a meaningful return from his enterprise, Tau has
The UNAIDS has called for an urgent scaling up of HIV treatment and testing at a global level to ensure the newly discovered sub-type do not spread to the level of crippling the global health system.
According to a recent research from the Netherlands, the new
Sugar cane producer, Hippo Valley Estates recorded a significant decline in sugar cane production in the nine months to December 2021, due to a reduction in harvest areas and weaker crop growth due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Cane harvested for the period under review was 14
He will lead the ADC team as the organisation rapidly expands its footprint of hyperscale data centres throughout Africa