Features

5 days ago | May 22, 2019

‘To sell or not to sell’: Decision making dilemma for farmers

Charles Dhewa A MAJORITY of African farmers tend to make decisions based on their experiences, expectations and fears, ...

6 days ago | May 21, 2019

CITES urged to move its tri-annual meeting out of Sri Lanka

Unhappiness over the delay in setting a new date and perhaps new venue for the 18th Conference of the Parties to the ...

2 weeks ago | May 15, 2019

Life-changing wildlife revenue for rural Botswana community

Emmanuel Koro Being resource-rich but almost endlessly poor.  This is the sad and most contradictory reality of the ...

3 weeks ago | May 8, 2019

Energy sector attracts huge investments

Lungelo Ndhlovu  ZIMBABWE is attracting a huge interest in solar investments from across the world and from local ...

3 weeks ago | May 7, 2019

Non-use of wildlife makes Africans beggars forever: Botswana Minister

Emmanuel Koro in Kasane, Botswana The Botswana Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism, ...

4 weeks ago | May 2, 2019

Women lead water infrastructure repair and maintenance

Roselyne Sachiti A woman holding a toolbox walks towards Esikwakweni water point located a few metres from Mathuthu ...

4 weeks ago | April 30, 2019

Maternity homes combat infant mortality

Pamenus Tuso Like what most expecting mothers do, when Senzeni Dube of Kezi in Matabeleland South became pregnant, she ...

1 month ago | April 25, 2019

Racist Western NGOs versus African’s wildlife use values

Emmanuel Koro It is both a slave-master and neocolonial racist thinking that gives Western animal rights groups and the ...

What Cape Town’s drought can teach other cities about climate ...

Gina Ziervogel, Correspondent  Extreme weather events, such as Cyclone Idai that has recently devastated Beira, ...

1 month ago | April 17, 2019

Cross generational relationships fuel HIV\Aids spread among youth

Nqobile Tshili, Features Correspondent  ZIMBABWE has made serious strides in the fight against the HIV and Aids scourge ...

2 months ago | April 11, 2019

Solar-powered irrigation project to uplift lives of the elderly, ...

Pamenus Tuso A local organisation has initiated a highly successful solar-powered horticulture irrigation scheme for the ...

2 months ago | April 9, 2019

Peace Mine war: Implications on widows, orphans

Obey Sibanda, Features Reporter A boom gate lowered at the entrance of a community owned mine in Silobela and a stern ...

2 months ago | April 2, 2019

Rural women suffer gender based violence in silence

Kudzai Chikiwa, Features Reporter It is now history how her childhood sweetheart used to be the cause of her heartbeat. ...

2 months ago | March 27, 2019

Expedite investment in the occupational health and safety of miners

Gibson Mhaka, Senior Features Reporter A disturbing scene of an old man lying on empty sacks on the floor of his shack, ...