Nyanga’s green revolution
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Nyanga’s green revolution

Garikai Mazara Nyakomba Irrigation Scheme has been a dream in the making for decades. But…

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Doing wonders on rolling hills
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Doing wonders on rolling hills

Garikai Mazara The descent into the hinterland beyond the iconic Troutbeck Hotel can easily leave…

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Shurugwi wasting away
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Shurugwi wasting away

Harmony Agere recently in Shurugwi Given its diminutive size, Shurugwi can be said to be…

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Living with diabetes mellitus
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Living with diabetes mellitus

All types of diabetes mellitus have something in common. Normally, your body breaks down the…

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From Chitungwiza with love
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From Chitungwiza with love

Forward Nyanyiwa The usually serene environs of Chitungwiza Central Hospital last Friday resembled the famous…

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‘Government committed to agriculture’
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‘Government committed to agriculture’

ZIMBABWE is fully committed to minimising the effects of El Nino, the head of one…

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Why pregnant women shouldn’t drink
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Why pregnant women shouldn’t drink

Emmanuel Kafe Alcohol impacts people and societies in different ways and is determined by the…

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The plight of aged immigrants
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The plight of aged immigrants

Langton Nyakwenda recently in HWANGE At its peak, Kamativi Tin Mine was once the biggest…

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Primary counsellors trained in sign language
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Primary counsellors trained in sign language

Tadiwa Nyatanga-Pfupa NAC Communications Officer In its quest to end AIDS by 2030 without leaving…

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Sleeping giant awakens
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Sleeping giant awakens

The temperatures around Mushumbi Pools, especially during this time of the year, can be unforgiving.…

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No drought, but brace for erratic rains
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No drought, but brace for erratic rains

The 2018/19 seasonal rainfall outlook is out and a lean summer season is in forecast.…

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HIV battle hurt by own success
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HIV battle hurt by own success

ZimFund helps boost Harare water
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ZimFund helps boost Harare water

Forty metres from Ms Wendy Bosha’s home in Dzivarasekwa, lies a raw sewage “pool”. It…

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The unaccounted for generation
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The unaccounted for generation

Emmanuel Kafe In a village in Nyazura in Manicaland, young children indulge in role-playing games…

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Tackling climate change in Mbire
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Tackling climate change in Mbire

A 20-cubic metre biogas digester, probably the first one of such a size to be…

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