Aquaponics: Farming without soil in Zimbabwe

Aquaponics: Farming without soil in Zimbabwe

Aquaponics is a combination of fish farming (aquaculture) and hydroponics, a farming method where plants are grown without soil.

Thirteen cents an hour in Zimbabwe

Thirteen cents an hour in Zimbabwe

Dear Family and Friends,

ZEC readies for delimitation

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) yesterday held an engagement meeting with stakeholders about the delimitation set to start as soon as the results of last month’s population census start flowing in.

Zimbabweans are very united – hating a regime that impoverishes us doesn’t mean we’re divided!

Zimbabweans are very united – hating a regime that impoverishes us doesn’t mean we’re divided!

I always find statements by Zimbabwe’s ruling establishment, urging us to be united, quite mind-boggling – since, as far as I can tell, Zimbabweans are some of the most united people on a continent riddled with conflicts induced by divisions and hatred, usually fueled by tribal, religious, and political differences.

Never-before-seen photos reveal extraordinary wedge-shaped impressions and oval imprints left in a grass field by UFOs

During afamous 1994 sighting witnessed by more than 60 schoolchildren in Zimbabwe

Mugabe’s descent from icon to despot – Black US trade unionists see the light

WASHINGTON - The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) has launched a major campaign to clip Mugabe of his "liberator" image in the African American community...

Our dear leader has us shown the way

WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE -So! Like all of us Mugabe is also now...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

LONDON - A new scheme has just been launched by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM),...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 22nd July 2006

LONDON - The ladies took centre stage at a vibrant Vigil attended by chairwomen of MDC...

Zim hit-and-run victim denied treatment

JOHANNESBURG - Nqobile Maduma, a 24-year-old disabled Zimbabwean was hit and left for dead by a...

Acquitted MDC activists receive death threats

JOHANNESBURG -Five MDC activists, who were acquitted of murder charges by a high court here last...

SA’s cost of immigration control doubles

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's Department of Home Affairs says it is battling to contain a tide...

Prayer vigil in Jozi

JOHANNESBURG - Asylum seekers, civic groups, human rights activists and churches will converge on the Zimbabwe...

Watchdog delivers mixed judgement on online agencies

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Widening its scope, Zimbabwe's media watchdog has taken stock of some of...

President’s prayers meaningless without justice

HARARE - Certain churchmen were impressed with a president praying publicly for the country. The God...

Torture cases rise sharply – Rights Forum

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Torture cases rose sharply in May to 84, and there were...

Jamming of independent radio stations continues

LONDON - The Zimbabwe regime appears to have some success in continuing to jam the medium...

Letter from Home 27-07-06

Knock off the noughts - here comes the Kilodollar
Dear Family and Friends,
Zimbabwe's banks are...