Category: Food

Bread prices have gone up in Zimbabwe

Price of wheat, bread moves up sharply in Zimbabwe

By Eric Schroeder HARARE, ZIMBABWE — A day after the state-run Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe increased the price of wheat Zimbabwean baking companies followed...

Fire & Ice also on Zee World from the week beginning 23rd September

Zee World Weekly Highlights 23rd – 29th September

Fire & Ice Everyday @ 18h00 | Zee World Channel 166 Twinkle gives in to Yuvraj’s demands just to save her husbands life and tricks Yuvraj into signing...

FAO July forecast for global cereal output to increase by 22 million tonnes to 2.7 billion tonnes, 2.1% above the 2018 outturn

FAO sees increase for global cereal output

By Arvin Donley The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations on Sept. 6 released a new Cereal Supply and Demand Brief, raising its July forecast for...

The COMESA Business Council Digital Financial Inclusion Manager, Jonathan Pinifolo addressing delegates at the meeting in Harare

ZNCC, COMESA Promotes Intra-Trade for Small Agro Processing Businesses

By Joyce Mukucha The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) in partnership with Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Business Council (CBC) is taking...

Clement Mavungu, PAP's legal officer

African legislators draft “model law” to strengthen Food Security and Nutrition in Africa

By Staff Reporter The Pan-African Parliamentary (PAP) Committee on Rural Economy, Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources recently came up with this draft model...

Ambassador Mary Mubi

Government embraces bio-fortification

By Owami Sithole The Government is supporting the scaling up of the fight against hidden hunger by promoting bio-fortified crops, a promising, cost-effective and...

Are GMOs the future

If GMO is the future, it needs to be sanitised

By The New Times A very important meeting is taking place in Kigali but many are unaware how much its outcomes could be worth billions and what’s at stake. Africa Food...

Representatives from the Government and the United Nations at launch of Revised Zimbabwe Humanitarian Appeal in Harare

Zimbabwe Launches Revised Humanitarian Appeal to Respond to Increased Vulnerabilities

With new evidence of increasing vulnerabilities in Zimbabwe as a result of climate and economic shocks, the Government, the United Nations and the humanitarian partners...

Food fortification

A food systems approach or bio fortification – which is more relevant?

By Charles Dhewa At a time communities in developing countries are diversifying their food systems in order to cope with climate change, isn’t a narrow approach like...

Panelists at the High Level ZUNDAF Annual Review and 2019 Beyond Strategic Planning Meeting in Harare

ZUNDAF registers significant progress despite economic challenges

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe United Nations Development Assistance Framework (ZUNDAF) has recorded significant progress regardless of the current economic...