Category: Agriculture

Members of the Zimnat team at the Zimnat stand. Ms Mpala is holding the trophy.

Zimnat stand judged best first time exhibit in any sector

The Zimnat Group, which exhibited this year at the Harare Agricultural Show for the first time, won the Best First Commercial Exhibit in Any Sector Award for its stand....

Nine types of agricultural-related entrepreneurs in developing countries

By Charles Dhewa eMKambo has invested time and effort in understanding and classifying different archetypes of entrepreneurs in developing countries. While this effort...

A stunning view from Aberfoyle Lodge in Honde valley

Tourism on path to recovery

By Byron Mutingwende   The aggressive worldwide marketing of Destination Zimbabwe that is being spearheaded by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has borne some...

Selling agricultural produce in the streets

The character-building role of African ‘informal’ economies

By Charles Dhewa People who co-exist with Kombi drivers in Zimbabwe, Matatu drivers in Nairobi’s traffic jammed roads, boda-boda motorcyclists in Kampala and similar...

The Harare Agricultural Show is running from Monday 27 August to Saturday, 1 September, 2018

MSF offers SRHR at Harare Agricultural Show

During the Harare Agricultural Show (Monday 27 August to Saturday, 1 September, 2018) Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF) will be providing free...

Workers in a bakery

Nudging universities in developing countries to harness community based inquiry

By Charles Dhewa Contrary to prevailing formal approaches, knowledge sharing in most rural African communities is embedded in the way people work. For instance,...

An informal market

Asking and answering fundamental questions through informal markets

By Charles Dhewa Street markets or roadside food markets have remained a permanent feature in most developing countries. The fact that these markets continue to flourish...

Statistics of supply of potatoes to Maber Market from 2012-2017

The merits of an effective marketplace for agricultural evidence

By Charles Dhewa Discovering and maintaining agricultural commodities markets is not enough for developing countries. They have to build a culture of synthesising and...

The Limpopo River Basin

US$32, 4 million USAID project to address severe water challenges

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced the Resilient Waters, a five-year, $32.4 million project to address severe water...

A parent leaves David Mascott Country School with her child after the Consultation Day

Good Care Pre-school, David Mascott Country School Pacesetters in education

By Byron Mutingwende   While many infant and junior schools emphasise on academic education, Good Care Pre-school and David Mascott country School have a different...