New farming concept offers Zimbabwean farmers higher yields

New farming concept offers Zimbabwean farmers higher yields

Reeling from the adverse effects of climate change that have seen agricultural output plummeting over the years, Zimbabwe’s smallholder farmers hope that a new conservative farming concept will maximize agricultural productivity and provide much-needed relief against climate change-induced food shortages.

Ian Khama: Zimbabwean lives matter

Ian Khama: Zimbabwean lives matter

40 years after independence in Zimbabwe the only thing that’s changed is the name of the country and leaders, in plain English, there’s a crisis in Zimbabwe

Public protector won’t let ANC off the hook despite vow to pay for Zimbabwe trip

Public protector won’t let ANC off the hook despite vow to pay for Zimbabwe trip

Cape Town – Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will not be letting the ANC off the hook despite the ruling party declaring it will pay back the costs incurred to fly the party’s delegation, led by secretary-general Ace Magashule, to meet Zanu-PF leaders in Zimbabwe.

Thinking outside the Box

Thinking outside the Box

One of the problems of mankind, living on this small blue ball in space, is that we tend to go through life with certain accepted notions that we can almost classify as cubicles in a Changing room.

The police officer who turned forensic archaeologist to find thousands of Zimbabwe’s hidden dead

Thousands of unidentified Zimbabweans lie in secret mass graves – and I want to find them

SWRA this week 26-28 June

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Letter to the editor – MDC Rally chaos ( 26-06-07)

Editor - On Saturday 23rd June I attended a rally at the Lewsey Community Centre in...

Advocate Matinenga roped in to assist in the Hischmann case (26-06-07)

By Sydney Saize
MUTARE – PROMINENT attorney advocate Eric Matinenga has this week...

Lawyers urge Mbeki to restore law in Zim (26-06-07)

By Chief Reporter

ACCRA – All Bar Associations in Africa are expected to table a proposal...

Critical shortage of basic commodities looms in Zim as government bans price increases(26-06-07)

ZIMBABWE will soon face a critical shortage of basic commodities pending a government directive on Monday...

Torture in Zimbabwe: the scars we share (26-06-07)

Issed by Sokwanele

Today, 26 June, is the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture....

Beyond the Rhetoric of Freedom and Democracy (26-06-07)

Our country, Zimbabwe, is going through an unprecedented crisis that has both political and economic characteristics....

MISA-Zimbabwe Statement on the arrest of its Regional Chairperson (26-06-07)

MISA-Zimbabwe has learnt with great shock and dismay of the arrest of MISA Regional...

Police grilled re Z$8,6 billion (26-06-07)

Brendon Tulani
HARARE -The Home Affairs ministry has failed to account for $8.6 billion ($8.6 million revalued)...

Women protest over soaring cost of living in Zimbabwe (26-06-07)

NATIONAL Constitutional Assembly (NCA) women activists on Tuesday morning took to the streets in Zimbabwe's second...

Bread price shoots by 300 percent (25-06-07)

By John Makura
SKY-ROCKETING prices of basic commodities in Zimbabwe have hit consumers where it hurts...

The Zim joins world newspapers on BlackBerry (25-06-07)

The Zimbabwean is one of 500 global newspapers whose contents can now be read on the...