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Zimbabwe’s Import Ban on Private Vehicles

Lifestyles & Livelihoods vs Climate Change The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Mthuli Ncube recently announced during...

Post Covid-19 era; Zimbabwe needs to re-visit on goals 1, 2 and 5 to...

Three Sustainable Development Goals are on hang to success before 2030 due to covid-19 threat since the beginning of this year. 

Agroecology a tool for enhanced food security Masvingo District

With the rains now in full swing and the prediction from the Metrological Services Department for above-average rainfall, the 20/21 farming season...

Environmental Management Outlook in the wake of COVID-19

The unheralded turn of events attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic left the whole world confounded as there was a lot of reprioritization...

Water hyacinth overwhelms Mucheke river

Zimbabwe–Masvingo–Rivers are fast becoming one of the most endangered precious natural resources on earth. The sustainable existence of these...

Using Volunteering as a tool to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

Volunteering has become one of the key vehicles that can be used to achieve 2030 development goals. It is...

Environmental services: A case study of the environmental challenges in the mining sector, Zimbabwe

Introduction The mining sector is seen both as a driver for socio-economic development and for environmental damages as a...

Environmental Lawyers Challenge Zimbabwe’s accountability and Transparency in Mining Activities which are Corrupted

Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association takes Zimbabwean communities to levels of accountability and transparency through the support of Mines and Minerals Amendment...

Environmental consciousness in a highly charged socio-political climate

Today, Zimbabwe continues to experience high levels of poverty, unemployment, political instability and some other hurdles to development that make the regard...

The Wildlife Summit Take Away Points from Community Perspectives, From Youth Lens

One of my biggest role models is my mother who currently works as a national facilitator for a NGO which deals with...

Cyclone Idai ravages Chimanimani in a single night

Cyclone Idai made landfall near Beira city, Mozambique, on March 14, 2019, as a Category 2 storm. Heavy rains and strong winds...

Ivory Belongs to Elephants

One of my biggest role models is my mother who currently works as a national facilitator for a NGO which deals with...

The World Goes Green As Africa Launches 1st Electric Cars

Rwanda on 28 October 2019 launched the 1st Volkswagen Electric Cars in Kigali. Volkswagen Rwanda launched this in conglomeration with Germany...

Environmental consciousness in a highly charged socio-political climate

Today, Zimbabwe continues to experience high levels of poverty, unemployment, political instability and some other hurdles to development that make the regard...

Environmental services: A case study of the environmental challenges in mining sector, Zimbabwe

The mining sector is seen both as a driver for socio-economic development and for environmental damages as a result of the extraction...

Update – Towards the National Adaptation Plan

The National Adaptation Plan In 2016, the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate embarked on the development of a stocktaking report for the National Adaptation...

The Climate ‘is’ Changing

As we draw closer to this year's elections, it is important that we put in place a government that prioritises the environment and climate...

Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe

Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe.There are many types of mushrooms grow across the globe. My focus in this article is oyster Mushroom...

Indigenous Fruits of Zimbabwe

A few years ago I was in Watsomba and came across so many indigenous wild fruits and it took me back to the days...

The Exceptional Resurrecting Bush

Medline lives in Ward 16 Chivi district, rural Zimbabwe. Her area has been receiving less and less rain over the past decade. Farmers like...
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