Confronting a monster called El Niño
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Confronting a monster called El Niño

Livingstone Marufu How do you deal with something as fickle and destructive as El Niño?…

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Farmers adopt drought tolerant seed varieties
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Farmers adopt drought tolerant seed varieties

Africa Moyo FARMERS have shifted to heat tolerant and early maturing seed varieties to alleviate…

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Getting the best out of green gold
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Getting the best out of green gold

Shepard Ndlela and Susan Dimbi Tobacco production is one of the most profitable enterprises in…

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Africa’s struggles with climate change
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Africa’s struggles with climate change

Harmony Agere Zimbabwe, just like many other African countries, is struggling to adapt to climate…

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Putting Africa at centre of climate change
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Putting Africa at centre of climate change

Harmony Agere in Vic Falls African leaders and heads of agencies meeting for the Fifth…

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New programmes to boost food security
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New programmes to boost food security

Tendai Chara Each year on October 16, World Food Day, people come together to declare…

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Zim’s largest elephant shot dead
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Zim’s largest elephant shot dead

“We hunters have thick skins and we know what the greenies will say. This elephant…

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Beneficiation, value addition get thumbs-up
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Beneficiation, value addition get thumbs-up

In his maiden State of the Nation Address since the adoption of the new constitution,…

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Tindo: The world’s first solar bus
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Tindo: The world’s first solar bus

Takaendesa Denhere Buses provide an essential service and are indispensable in public transportation. They play…

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Energy from nature
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Energy from nature

Takaendesa Denhere Energy is the most important element in the whole universe, particularly earth. It…

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URBAN GREENERY: A tale of the Lungs of Harare
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URBAN GREENERY: A tale of the Lungs of Harare

THE sound of birds singing sweetly is enough to make just about anyone fall in…

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WILDLIFE: Airlines put trophy hunting in tailspin
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WILDLIFE: Airlines put trophy hunting in tailspin

GLOBAL aviation giant Emirates Airlines has sent shock-waves through the South African hunting industry after…

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ENVIRONMENT: The politics of a changing climate
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ENVIRONMENT: The politics of a changing climate

Allen Mutyambizi and Padmore Paradzayi In 2014, countries gathered in Lima, Peru and agreed to come…

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ENVIRONMENT: Turning junk into fortune
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ENVIRONMENT: Turning junk into fortune

The life of Chitungwiza garbage collector, Patrick Mtandwa, reads like a fiction novel; from being…

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EMVIRONMENT: Wildlife-human in conflict
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EMVIRONMENT: Wildlife-human in conflict

The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZPWMA)’s emblem proudly reads “In harmony with nature”.…

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