Rural farmers defy drought odds

Under the project, farmers were trained how to undertake income-generating projects.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 5, 2024

Flies boost Chiredzi poultry farmers

Over the years, black soldier fly has been adopted as an intervention and a new phenomenon in many communities as part of resilience-building in the area.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 29, 2024

Zim content added to Emirates’ inflight entertainment

The airline said passengers on the flight can browse movies or television shows to maximise travel experiences.
By Sharon Zebra May. 16, 2024

Food insecurity fears mount

The Zimdollar is currently trading at US$11:ZWL$21 000 in supermarkets and 1:32 000 on the parallel market.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 1, 2024

‘Zim wants to bolster relations with Russia despite US pressure’

Krasilnikov noted that Russia, along with China, is perceived in Zimbabwe as a strategic partner and that Zimbabweans value relations with Russia and its people.
By Sputnik Mar. 25, 2024

400 families receive food aid

WFP is working in collaboration with the government-led Food Deficit Mitigation Strategy Programme to provide critical food assistance to the most vulnerable populations.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 23, 2024

230 000 citizens to receive food assistance during lean season

WFP is targeting to assist 265 000 people during the period. 
By Gracious Daniel and Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Jan. 19, 2024

Continue planting maize at own risk: Govt

According to the USAid-sponsored FewsNet, El Niño-induced poor rainfall was likely to negatively impact the planted area and crop conditions.
By Gracious Daniel Jan. 12, 2024

USAid aids youths

The Mavambo Orphan Care, Vana Activity, targets young people between the ages of nine and 18 years who are part of the USAid-supported skills training programme.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 3, 2024