Drought tests Zimbabwe’s disaster preparedness

Zimbabwe’s disaster preparedness has returned to haunt the country in the aftermath of a devastating drought. Questions have long been asked about the reliability and efficacy of the country’s early warning systems to forecast pending disasters such as below normal rainfall that will lead to drought. While other Southern[...]

By Marko Phiri|13th May 2024|Categories: Articles, Resource management|Tags: , |

Konstitusionele Hof se uitspraak nie die einde van die pad vir Zimbabwiese boere

Vandag se uitspraak in die Konstitusionele Hof, waarin bevind is dat die eise van Suid-Afrikaanse slagoffers van Zimbabwe se grondgrype verjaar het, is nie die einde van die pad vir Zimbabwiese boere nie, benadruk Saai en AfriForum. Dié organisasies oorweeg reeds opvolgsake om regverdige en billike vergoeding vir slagoffers[...]

By Specialist Writer|6th May 2024|Categories: Nuus|Tags: , , , , |

Research to drive agricultural sustainability in Zimbabwe – FAO

As Zimbabwe continues to seek ways to maximise its agriculture production, agencies are calling for more research to assist farmers to adopt sustainable practices. In a recent update, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said sustainable farming practices will help promote agricultural biodiversity. In a press briefing, FAO said[...]

By Marko Phiri|22nd April 2024|Categories: Articles, Resource management|Tags: , , , |

Zimbabwe agri workers’ wage woes

Zimbabwe's agriculture sector workers' demands for a living wage remain elusive amid an escalating cost of living. As the country makes efforts to grow the sector into a multi-billion dollar industry, farm workers could well find themselves left behind regarding remuneration. Over the past two decades, the country's economy[...]

By Marko Phiri|16th April 2024|Categories: Articles, Farm smart!, Resource management|Tags: , , |
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