Watch ZiG closely: Fews Net

Last month saw the introduction of the ZiG, replacing the battered Zimdollar that had experienced a sharp depreciation.
By Belinda Chiroodza May. 3, 2024

Knowledge management and poverty reduction

The West is overwhelmed by wars and addressing its own political and economic challenges.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 29, 2024

Food security must be a priority area

The prize of a bucket of maize has straddled beyond the reach of many in the countryside.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Feb. 2, 2024

Zambia’s UCF plans US$700m investment in Zim’s fertiliser sector

The interest by UCF comes on the back of plans by an Egyptian tycoon Sherif El Gabaly to invest in the local fertiliser sector.
By Business Reporter Dec. 13, 2023

The urgency of climate change in Zim’s election campaigns

The impact of climate change on agriculture in Zimbabwe cannot be overstated.
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga Aug. 15, 2023

Zim’s Seed Act fuelling food insecurity

These have resulted in the reduction of the amount of food produced, leaving millions of Zimbabweans food insecure.
By Roselilly Ushewokunze Jun. 7, 2023

US dollar maize prices decline: FewsNet

The 2022/23 summer cropping season received increased rainfall at the start of the season, leading to a higher output in areas which recorded higher rainfall.
By Freeman Makopa Jun. 2, 2023

Zim’s chance to find solutions to power crisis

This is a real threat that could hurt humanity at a scale never seen before, if, as every expert has said, corrective action is not taken soon.
By Newsday Mar. 20, 2023

Zim women farmers bear brunt of climate shocks

The five-year project targets vulnerable adult women and men, adolescent mothers, male and female youth (aged 18-35), women of the reproductive age group and children under five years.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 16, 2023