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Farmers urged to venture into agroecology

Speaking at a stakeholder meeting in Harare last week, expert Julious Piti said agroecology was the best climate change reversal strategy that could also be used to generate income.
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 17, 2023

Narrow extension models unsuitable for holistic food systems

In most communities, baboons, monkeys, wild pigs and even hippopotamuses often invade fields and homesteads to feed on farmers’ crops and foodstuffs.
By Charles Dhewa Mar. 15, 2023

Banks buy into Zim, Zambia agro-parks

In an interview with Standardbusiness, Nzenza said the funding would be shared among the two countries.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 26, 2023

Zim farmers embrace agroecology

Smallholder farmers in resource-poor communities of Zimbabwe and much of the Global South have been experiencing low crop productivity due to many factors.
By Cimmyt Feb. 1, 2023

Zim poverty levels now dangerous

Government says no learner should be sent back home for failing to pay fees: But schools cannot operate without income from the fees.
By Newsday Jan. 13, 2023

Lafarge sweats as embargo glides into boardroom

Lafarge was established in 1954 and listed on the ZSE in 1983.
By Rugare Mubika Dec. 30, 2022

The massive Ibrox Stadium

The original design of the Ibrox Stadium was an oval-shaped stand that surrounded the field.
By Theindependent Dec. 19, 2022

MSD forecasts low rainfall, heat this week

Matabeleland North provincial agronomist Zenzele Ndlovu said farmers should stagger their crops starting with traditional grains that are drought tolerant.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 16, 2022

Feature: Tapping into insect farming to clear Zim’s urban waste

I expect to send the larvae across the border anytime this week to a farmer who wants to start black soldier fly farming.
By Nextcity.org Nov. 2, 2022