Category: Agriculture

World Bank presents nutrition feedback to help Zim reduce stunting growth

In trying to reduce the stunting growth of children and understand the current nutrition context in Zimbabwe that would lay the future advocacy, resource mobilisation...

Nutritionists call for increase in budget allocation for health

By Byron Mutingwende   Nutritionists are calling for the National Budget to allocate the threshold prescribed in the Abuja Declaration to the health sector if the...

Securing land tenure policies a key to economic development

By Joyce Mukucha Land in Zimbabwe is viewed as the basis of wealth and its allocation and security determines the development of the country and quality to human life...

Communities benefit from Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) is increasing the capacities of communities to protect development gains and achieve improved...

Heat waves spell disaster for Zimbabwean agriculture

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe is on the brink of famine following a dry spell experienced countrywide and in the entire region that has seen most crops wilting....

GMB providing shoddy services to farmers in time

By Patricia Mashiri The Zimbabwe Grain Marketing Board (GMB) is failing to deliver services to farmers throughout the country. This is evidenced by the late delivery of...

2017-18 a dry season for Masvingo province

By Patricia Mashiri Masvingo province is currently experiencing a dry spell compared to the 2016-17 farming season which received high rainfall amounts that resulted in...

Sports drive community development in Mudzi

By Byron Mutingwende   For Magna Mudyiwa, the Member of the House of Assembly for Mudzi West Constituency leadership is a natural calling and the legislator is...

Govt commits $52 mln to irrigation

By Reason Dube GOVERNMENT has committed US$52, 1 million for the rehabilitation and expansion of irrigation schemes throughout the country with 14 irrigation schemes set...

Manage livestock properly to ensure food and nutrition security

By Byron Mutingwende   Livestock contributes immensely to food and nutrition security as well as to foreign currency generation and economic growth, hence the...