Climate change and ‘smart seeds’ in Africa
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Climate change and ‘smart seeds’ in Africa

Edward Mayaba Southern Africa is undergoing the worst drought in more than three decades. More…

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Tough laws against pangolin trafficking hailed
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Tough laws against pangolin trafficking hailed

Tendai Chara After visiting several Asian countries, a Zimbabwean noted that private game reserves that…

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Biggest ever ivory stockpile burnt in Kenya
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Biggest ever ivory stockpile burnt in Kenya

Tusks from more than 6 000 illegally killed elephants were burnt in Kenya last weekend,…

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Veld Fires threaten  the environment
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Veld Fires threaten the environment

Linda Mzapi Veld fires remain a great environmental challenge, triggering unprecedented harm to Zimbabwe’s natural…

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Winter wheat bounces back
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Winter wheat bounces back

Livingstone Marufu Government has projected the winter wheat hectarage to increase from last year’s 3…

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‘Adjust to weather patterns’
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‘Adjust to weather patterns’

Lawson Madzivanyika THE El Nino weather phenomenon has come and gone, leaving a trail of…

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New housing plans to have solar provision
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New housing plans to have solar provision

Sunday Mail Reporter GOVERNMENT is finalising a legal instrument prohibiting approval of new building plans…

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Massive irrigation rollout on course: President
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Massive irrigation rollout on course: President

Sunday Mail Reporter President Mugabe has said Government will roll out massive irrigation programmes countrywide…

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Zinwa frustrates farmers
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Zinwa frustrates farmers

Farmers are not happy with the way in which Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) is…

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Pollution in Lake Chivero reaches alarming levels
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Pollution in Lake Chivero reaches alarming levels

Tafadzwa Kadani The pollution in Lake Chivero has reached alarming levels, an issue that needs…

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CBZ  advances $24m to agriculture
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CBZ advances $24m to agriculture

Enacy Mapakame Business Reporter ZIMBABWE’S biggest lender, CBZ Holdings Ltd, has so far extended just…

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El Nino eats into $6m agric insurance
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El Nino eats into $6m agric insurance

Enacy Mapakame Business Reporter THE prevailing weather conditions that are being induced by the El…

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Rabbit production: cheaper way of empowering communities
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Rabbit production: cheaper way of empowering communities

Tendai Chara As soon as he arrives at his modest home in one of Harare’s…

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Are GMOs the answer to droughts?
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Are GMOs the answer to droughts?

A scorching drought in Southern Africa that has led to widespread crop failure could nudge…

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Hunting for dinosaurs in Zim’s wilderness
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Hunting for dinosaurs in Zim’s wilderness

Lisa Grainger It is 4.30pm on a Thursday in September and my party is getting…

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