Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Beef industry to revive Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector

By Patricia Mashiri Agriculture is Zimbabwe’s economic backbone and the beef sector is one of the critical cogs in the improvement of the livelihood of the rural...

SADC medical councils collaborate

By Patricia Mashiri In a bid to foster collaboration in the region, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) medical councils have come up with a regulatory...

Africa’s must-do, can-do decade

By Li Yong, Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation  Since 2000 the continent of Africa has recorded impressive rates of economic...

ZUNDAF advances SDGs agenda

The United Nations office in Zimbabwe has fully embraced the 2030 Agenda which pursues the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as its roadmap for inclusive development....

Music plays critical role in socialisation of communities

By Byron Mutingwende   Music is a critical form of socialisation whose impact is immense, a top scholar and academic has said.   Speaking at a workshop to...

Youth group seeks to decentralise economic activities

By Byron Mutingwende   In pursuit of facilitating the empowerment and protection of all youths countrywide, the Youth Business League (YBL) is working to address...

Bungling Characterises Beginning of Voter Registration Exercise

By Wisdom Mumera The ongoing voter registration exercise begun by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) on Monday has been characterised by inefficiencies, shoddy...

Innovative Farming Benefits Thousands in Rural Zimbabwe

Over 170 000 farmers have benefitted from an innovative research for development project which focuses on small scale mixed crop and livestock meant to improve their...

Smallholder farmers uplifting agricultural production

Simon Madhovi from Ward 28 in Murehwa now stands tall among others as a real farmer with a capacity to feed his family and send his children to school. “In the past I...

Freedoms Fighters Now Really Fighting Freedom

The naked attack upon Kwese TV by the ruling party, through the Broadcasting Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ), is another stark reminder, on the eve of elections, just how...