Category: Climate

Employment creation in agricultural markets and informal business ecosystems

How can developing countries valuate their fluid economies?

A major headache for many developing countries is developing criteria for valuating highly fluid and transitory economic activities that are now more prevalent....

Tawanda Muzamwese, the Executive Director of the Business Council for Sustainable Development Zimbabwe (BCSDZ)

Embracing SDGs, ISO Standards useful in dealing with developmental challenges

By Byron Mutingwende   Embracing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) Standards is useful in dealing...

Small grains (sorghum and millets), groundnuts and sunflowers, are crops that are better equipped to thrive under adverse weather conditions

ARDA Seeds (Private) Limited Calls for Small Grains Production Support

By Amon Mwashaireni (ARDA Seeds CEO)   The season 2018/2019 is proving to be a drought one in most areas across the country. This has been attributed to the El Nino...

Delegates attending the formal launch of the joint SWM Zimbabwe and Zambia project on the Zambezi River

Major new Sustainable Wildlife Management Programme underway in Zimbabwe

The Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme is funded to the tune of €45 Million by the European Union through the 11th European Development Fund (EDF), and...

Concilia Chinanzvavana, Chairperson, Environment and Tourism Parliamentary Portfolio Committee

Legislators to Lobby for Wetlands Protection

By Tendai Guvamombe Legislators are a key tool to influence the formation of informed polices and realign laws in the quest to advance sustainable wetlands management...

Farming areas and markets are becoming laboratories for intelligent experimentation

How climate change is inspiring intelligent experimentation at grassroots

By Charles Dhewa During times of socio-economic stability, farmers and entrepreneurs can afford to rely on one commodity or value chain.  Not when climate change is...

Honourable Temba Mliswa addresses participants during a cleanup led by TelOne in Norton

TelOne, Temba Mliswa and Norton Council in massive cleanup campaign

TelOne, in partnership with the Norton Member of the National Assembly Temba Mliswa, local authority for the town and members of the community embarked on a massive...

Land under dispute

Environmental Activist Accused of Haunting Businessman Over a Mansion

By Tendai Guvamombe An environmental activist Francis Nyamutsamba has come under fire for allegedly haunting Peg Makuchete over his double storey mansion and for...

A tour of wetlands in Harare

EMA Criticised For Permitting Wetlands Invasion

By Tendai Guvamombe The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has come under fire for allowing the invasion of wetlands by property developers. On Wednesday 9 January...

Christian Fellner, Ambassador for Austria in Kenya (middle), with representatives from the Embassy of Sweden, AECF and EEP

The AECF and EEP brings Renewable Energy investors from across the world to Africa

The Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) and the Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP Africa) recently hosted an investor forum in Nairobi, Kenya,...