Families earn a living from creative, craft sectors

In the report based on the baseline survey on the state of the informal sector, ILO and Unesco said the significance of the informal economy in Zimbabwe could not be underestimated.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 7, 2024

Climate change resilience projects for Mat North, Manicaland

It is part of the four-year project being undertaken in two poverty-stricken districts of Matabeleland and Manicaland provinces.
By Nhau Mangirazi May. 24, 2024

Community artists to document endangered rock art

Amagugu International Heritage Centre programmes manager Allington Ndlovu confirmed the developments to Standard Style recently.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 19, 2024

International day of jazz: Local concert on the cards

Beyond the concert, Meck hinted at plans for educational outreach in schools. “We have schools that have embraced jazz.
By Khumbulani Muleya Apr. 19, 2024

Zesa receives solar kits from Unesco

Unesco country director Ms Nisha said integration of renewable energy sources was key in combating climate change.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 12, 2024

Africa’s debt burden crippling education and stifling growth

There is need to invest more in education: This includes teacher training and offering competitive salaries to attract and retain qualified educators. 
By Augustine Gwata Mar. 29, 2024

Bulawayo hailed for pioneering culture

Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture deputy minister Emily Jesaya showered praise on Bulawayo City Council for its various measures of preserving culture.
By Innocent Magondo Mar. 23, 2024

Unesco props up food security in Binga, Buhera

She said there was also a need to develop sample plans for improving climate resilience through sustainable groundwater utilisation.
By Nhau Mangirazi Feb. 13, 2024

Whose Zimdancehall is it anyway?

The debate is certainly important in that it has brought attention to Zimdancehall as a genre which for a while had been labelled as “dead” or dormant
By Tonderayi Chiyindiko Dec. 6, 2023