Growing winter maize for food security
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Growing winter maize for food security

While sadza is the country’s staple food, many people still consume wheat baked products on…

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‘Cash shortages  won’t hurt  food supply’
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‘Cash shortages won’t hurt food supply’

Current cash shortages will not result in basic food insecurity reminiscent of the 2008 hyper-inflationary…

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Foot-and-mouth outbreak: Farmers speak
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Foot-and-mouth outbreak: Farmers speak

Harmony Agere Government should have stood by the decision to ban cattle movement for any…

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. . . as national herd is still under threat
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. . . as national herd is still under threat

Harmony Agere and Johannes Chitiki Government has vaccinated two million cattle, almost half of the…

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Drama at  pastor’s wedding
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Drama at pastor’s wedding

Harmony Agere Sunday Mail Reporter There was drama at the Aquatic Complex in Chitungwiza yesterday…

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Harare should Look South
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Harare should Look South

Harmony Agere There has been abundant discourse about the chaos in Harare’s central business district…

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Learn a thing or two from Bulawayo
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Learn a thing or two from Bulawayo

Harmony Agere Recently in Bulawayo Bulawayo City Council has one of the most effective public…

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The children behind bars
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The children behind bars

Harmony Agere recently in Gweru The involvement of minors in serious crimes has been on…

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The thankless task  of rehabilitating  young offenders
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The thankless task of rehabilitating young offenders

And then the plague of locusts
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And then the plague of locusts

Harmony Agere Few stuck-between-a-rock and-a-hard-place stories are as extraordinary as that of Zimbabwe’s food security…

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Rural land: Who’s in charge?
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Rural land: Who’s in charge?

Harmony Agere One of history’s finest journalists and author Margaret Mitchell once described land as…

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How safe is borehole water?
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How safe is borehole water?

A fortnight ago Harare City Council released a statement repeating the decades-old mantra that the…

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Zinwa, farmers fail to find common ground
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Zinwa, farmers fail to find common ground

After a stint of trading accusations over water tariffs and dams’ ownership, farmers and Zimbabwe…

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Harare chaos: Who is to blame?
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Harare chaos: Who is to blame?

“When a man always blame another, you can only suspect that he is covering his…

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Unwanted at home, ‘pilgrim scholars’ trek abroad
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Unwanted at home, ‘pilgrim scholars’ trek abroad

Harmony Agere On a bright Monday afternoon good friends and former classmates, Ralph and Geraldine,…

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