Unlocking the potential of urban waste management

Recognising the value that waste pickers bring to communities and the environment is crucial.
By Tonderayi Matonho Feb. 16, 2024

Budding emphasis on ESG in mining

Rivers have been and remain at high risk of being contaminated by the discharge of potentially toxic chemicals from mineral extraction.
By Nyasha Mpahlo Feb. 9, 2024

Strengthen laws to protect Zimbabwe’s wetlands

Ironically, Zela notes the threat that human activities pose to wetlands despite this connection, a threat which has made it necessary to protect these rich patches of land at law.
By ZELA Feb. 4, 2024

Harare urged to update master-plan for effective wetlands protection

Official data shows that approximately 50% of the 1 117 wetlands countrywide were lost between 1980 and 2020.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Feb. 2, 2024

Feature: Marondera youths take waste management crisis head-on

Marondera town is currently grappling with a waste management crisis due to a massive shortage of manpower and refuse collection trucks.
By Jairos Saunyama Feb. 1, 2024

EMA boss granted US$300 bail

Chigona is alleged to have corruptly issued an environmental impact assessment certificate  to a Harare company, Borrowdale Investments.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 17, 2024

Tobacco farming: Key driver of climate change

Deforestation is one of the drivers of environmental degradation and climate change and yet it is seen by some as a livelihood.
By Tapiwa Gomo Jan. 14, 2024

Can Zim have a US$1bn blueberry sector?

It may also be noteworthy to repeat that, Peru itself, grew from zero blueberry exports in 2012, to US$1,4 billion in 2022 (in under 10 years).
By Kevin Tutani Jan. 12, 2024

Disability and recreation participation

 Ultimately, recreational facilities should create an environment that values diversity and actively seeks to include everyone.
By Deborah Tigere Jan. 7, 2024