Zimbabwe’s struggle for solar

Zimbabwe’s struggle for solar

After several year of stalled and failed projects, Zimbabwe’s government is now seeking to implement existing projects, and to get rid of licensed projects that have never been realized. The first attempt will be pushing forward the 100 MW Gwanda solar project, which had been awarded to Intratek in 2015. The government is further planning to grant incentives to rooftop PV under net metering.

Alrosa invests $12m in diamond exploration in Zimbabwe

Alrosa invests $12m in diamond exploration in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s mines minister says the country hopes to earn $1bn a year from diamonds

Zimbabwe’s civil servants protest pay as inflation hits 176%

Zimbabwe’s civil servants protest pay as inflation hits 176%

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Representatives of Zimbabwe’s government workers Tuesday protested against what they called “slave salaries” as inflation almost doubled to 176%, a decade high that highlights the country’s rapidly deteriorating economy.

More Than Half of Zimbabwe’s People Face Hunger, Report Says

More Than Half of Zimbabwe’s People Face Hunger, Report Says

Zimbabwe’s government and donors will need to spend about $218 million to stave off hunger that could affect 5.5 million people, or 59% of the population, according to a high-level report.

Violations against teachers report 2019

Violations against teachers report 2019

Can there be Safe Schools for children if Teachers are not safe? A report on violations against Zimbabwean teachers during industrial action in 2019.

Two million in Zimbabwe’s capital have no water as city turns off taps

‘The situation is bad, period’, says spokesman for Harare council, as suburbs go weeks without water and cases of typhoid are reported...

MDC Vice President Lynette Karenyi Lands Top WAFA Post

The MDC would like to congratulate its Vice President Lynette Karenyi for landing a top international...

Zimbabwe inflation rate soars to 175%

Zimbabwe's annual inflation rate hit 175 percent in June....

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Capital goods are essential for agriculture, whether for tillage, irrigation or threshing. Mechanisation of agriculture is...

Lying for his country – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

A diplomat was famously described as ‘an honest gentleman sent to lie abroad for the good...

Zimbabwe inflation: Gov’t trying to head off mass strikes

How the Zimbabwean government plans to help its public workers survive soaring inflation....

ICC Annual Meeting: Zimbabwe Face Sanctions, NoC for T20 Leagues on Agenda

London: Strict sanctions on Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) for not adhering to principles of good governance along with...

Zimbabwean Communities Keep Fields Watered Via Solar

In Mashaba, Zimbabwe, renewable energy is helping to pump underground water to farmers' fields....

Is Zimbabwe on the Right Track into the Future?

We all agree with the basic facts about Zimbabwe, it has abundant natural resources, a literate...

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The Chronicle on an Anti-Shona drive in Bulawayo

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He was moved by compassion when he saw him

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This is what it’s like shopping in Zimbabwe – where no one knows what anything costs

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