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

Govt moves to capacitate smallholder farmers

The smallholder farming sector was an integral part of boosting national food security.
By Lorraine Muromo Jan. 6, 2023

Agritex promotes small grain production

Authorities have been concerned about poor prioritisation in planting small grain crops, which are generally drought resistant.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 4, 2022

Poor co-ordination makes it difficult to see where African food systems are going

EVEN when sufficient funding is made available, African countries may fail to feed themselves and produce excess food for export in a consistent manner.
By Charles Dhewa Oct. 4, 2022

US$3,9m boost to arrest food security crisis

The fund is targeted at vulnerable countries in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific (ACP).
By Rugare Mubika Sep. 29, 2022