Category: Climate

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...

Climate change affecting stability across West Africa and Sahel: UN

By Megan Darby for Climate Home News The UN Security Council has identified climate change as a driver of conflict across West Africa and the Sahel, in a statement...

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....

Attaining energy sector vision impeded by challenges

By Byron Mutingwende   The noble undertaking of working towards the vision of achieving universal access to sustainable energy in Zimbabwe is being impeded by a...

‘The country to experience reduced rains’: Met Department

By Joyce Mukucha Zimbabwe is expected to experience reduced rains as a result of drier atmospheric conditions, it has emerged. According to a forecast by the...

‘Take good care of environment’, ministers of state urged

By Joyce Mukucha The Government of Zimbabwe is looking forward on how a 100-day quick wins programme is faring in response to the directive of His Excellence President...

Violent thunderstorms to be experienced: Met Department warns

By Patricia Mashiri and Joyce Mukucha The Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has yesterday warned of violent thunderstorms in some parts of the country and urged...

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...

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...