Subscribe to industry newsletters

Most Read

    Show more
    Company News
    Zimbabwe re-introduces rhinos in Gonarezhou park after three decades

    Zimbabwe is re-introducing rhinos to its second biggest wildlife park Gonarezhou in the south of the country...

    By MacDonald Dzirutwe 1 day ago

    Zimbabwe's horticultural sector blooms

    There is an overall increase in area and production under horticultural crops this season, with the area under emerging crops such as blueberries increasing across the provinces...

    By Elita Chikwati 7 May 2021

    Why renewable energy won't end energy poverty in Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe is one of the African countries that hopes renewable energy technologies will help to address their energy problems...

    By Ellen Fungisai Chipango 30 Apr 2021

    IAPF seizes record number of elephant tusks during 2021 so far

    During the first three months of 2021, the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) has seized 62 elephant tusks compared to 90 for the whole of last year...

    26 Apr 2021

    Zimbabwe approves MoU for nuclear energy cooperation with Russia

    Zimbabwe has approved a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Russia's State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) aimed at building nuclear energy capacity in the African country to mitigate its energy crisis...

    21 Apr 2021

    Work can be a violent experience for Zimbabwe's forest rangers

    As cases of poaching rise across Africa's protected areas, some governments have responded with a military approach to nature conservation...

    By Tafadzwa Mushonga 12 Feb 2021

    Garlic exports a golden opportunity for Zim farmers

    Zimbabwean garlic farmers have been urged to increase exports riding on the growth of the global market, which has expanded to US$2,48bn from US$500m in the past two decades...

    19 Jan 2021

    Why a Zimbabwean farming project failed: Lessons for rural innovation

    Rural communities are dynamic and complex. Imposing innovations that don't speak to the needs of these communities will inhibit rural development...

    By Eness Paidamoyo Mutsvangwa-Sammie 19 Oct 2020

    Isuzu D-Max wins Zimbabwe Car of the Year Awards

    The Isuzu D-Max remains a firm favourite in Zimbabwe, according to a recent poll in which Zimbabweans voted online for their favourite vehicle...

    11 Sep 2020

    Will Zimbabwe's ambition to notably lift its maize production in 2020/21 materialise?

    In the period between 2015 and 2019, Zimbabwe's maize imports averaged 17% of overall agricultural imports which were valued at US$795m, according to data from Trade Map. But last Zimbabwean government made an important statement aiming to boost its maize production...

    By Wandile Sihlobo 7 Sep 2020

    Zimbabwe wants to raise money through a sovereign bond. Why this is ill-advised

    The Zimbabwean government recently signed an agreement to pay 4,500 white farmers $3.5bn for infrastructure improvements on the land expropriated by the government during the chaotic land reform programme of 1997/8...

    By Misheck Mutize 11 Aug 2020

    How apps on mobile phones are changing Zimbabwe's talk radio

    In Africa, radio still has wider geographical reach and higher audiences than any other information and communication technology, including television and newspapers...

    By Stanley Tsarwe 3 Aug 2020

    Why rural electrification won't fix deforestation in Zimbabwe

    Reliance on biomass such as fuelwood for energy in rural areas has a strong bearing on Zimbabwe's environment...

    By Ellen Fungisai Chipango 3 Jul 2020

    Victoria Falls thrives reaching highest flow levels in a decade

    The Victoria Falls appears to be thoroughly enjoying its alone time, reaching its highest flows in a decade in a powerful display of breath-taking beauty and intensity, which ironically no one is there to witness...

    22 Apr 2020

    First purpose-built spa to open in Victoria Falls

    The spa, being constructed by hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism will be named Victoria Falls Safari Spa...

    17 Mar 2020

    How politics and poverty affect electricity provision in Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe's economic challenges are numerous, but one of the most pressing is electricity scarcity. Around 40% of the country's population has access to electricity...

    By Ellen Fungisai Chipango 15 Jan 2020

    WFP calls on global community to support hungry millions in Zim

    Due to the prolonged drought and economic crisis in Zimbabwe, millions in that country face an increasingly desperate situation, according to the United Nations World Food Programme...

    31 Dec 2019

    Zimbabwe to broadcast on DTT

    Zimbabwe to launch program on national digital television platform.

    10 Dec 2019

    DSTV evaluates ZBC 24-hour news channel

    DSTV is currently evaluating a Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) 24-hour news channel...

    29 Nov 2019

    DTT process on track in Zimbabwe

    The Government has completed 18 television transmitter sites as part of the digital broadcasting migration project in Zimbabwe...

    20 Nov 2019

    Latest jobs

    More News
    Let's do Biz