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Rights abuses surge as hunger bites

Zimbabwe faces an acute food crisis with the country expected to have reduced yields due to erratic rainfall during the 2023/24 agricultural season.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 17, 2024

Village Rhapsody: Greater investment in renewable energy will combat climate change

Zimbabwe is highly vulnerable to climate change due to its dependence on rain-fed agriculture and its limited adaptive capacity.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Apr. 14, 2024

Parched Hwange finds hope in rainwater tanks

Most rural Zimbabweans are facing acute water shortages for both domestic use and agriculture.
By Fairness Moyana Apr. 14, 2024

SA-based tycoon pledges support for food import initiatives

As such, South Africa-based tycoon Dunny Huruyadzo has taken heed of the call,
By Moses Mugugunyeki Apr. 11, 2024

Drought tends to give indigenous food, mass markets a new lease of life

WHILE droughts are generally associated with negative aspects like sluggish economic growth, they tend to be a blessing in disguise for indigenous food and African mass markets.
By Charles Dhewa Apr. 10, 2024

What if the drought persists for another year

Positive thinking that, the current situation can be with us once again, is what proactive communities need to invest in.
By Peter Makwanya Apr. 9, 2024

US$50m fund to tackle climate crisis

UNDP programmes officer James Mafusire told the Zimbabwe Independent that families would also receive grain cereals.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 5, 2024

Editors Memo: Private sector must help govt to avert starvation

The figures released by President Emmerson Mnangagwa were nerve racking, they require every Zimbabwean with capacity to take action.
By Shame Makoshori Apr. 5, 2024

IDBZ sets up climate change financing facility

This comes as the costs of climate action in Zimbabwe are estimated at US$10 billion for adaptation and US$4,8 billion for mitigation, according to the World Bank.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 5, 2024