Zimbabwe's horticultural sector blooms
Zimbabwe's horticultural sector blooms

There is an overall increase in area and production under horticultural crops this season, with the area under emerging crops such as blueberries increasing across the provinces.

By Elita Chikwati 2 days ago

Why renewable energy won't end energy poverty in Zimbabwe
Why renewable energy won't end energy poverty in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is one of the African countries that hopes renewable energy technologies will help to address their energy problems. About 42% of Zimbabwe's households are connected to the electricity grid.

By Ellen Fungisai Chipango 30 Apr 2021

IAPF seizes record number of elephant tusks during 2021 so far
IAPF seizes record number of elephant tusks during 2021 so far

During the first three months of 2021, the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) has seized 62 elephant tusks compared to 90 for the whole of last year, and arrested 148 alleged poachers. The arrests were made in wildlife areas patrolled by the all-female Akashinga anti-poaching teams in the Zambezi Valley, in northern Zimbabwe, and also through the foundation's investigations work which supports and drives the operations.

26 Apr 2021

Lake Kariba
Zimbabwe approves MoU for nuclear energy cooperation with Russia

Zimbabwe has approved a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Russia's State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) aimed at building nuclear energy capacity in the African country to mitigate its energy crisis.

21 Apr 2021

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