The government of Zimbabwe and the European Union (EU) launched the Zimbabwe Agricultural Growth Program Fund which is expected to boost the livestock sector, maximise smallholder farmers’ profits and improve competitiveness on domestic and international markets.
Twenty-eight year old Jenit Chinokoro says her life has changed for the better since joining Women's Coalition Gweru Chapter in February this year.
Jenit explains that she used to wait on her husband to provide everything before her life changing encounter with WCoZ.
Theme: Towards inclusive and proactive approaches of building a global energy future
NANGO and Zimbabwe Climate Change Coalition are inviting submission of articles for the bi-annual Civil Society Magazine.
The ability to use a computer, creating a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, grasping computer language can be challenging for most people. Now add visual impairment to that list and you have something even more daunting.
The move by government to put about 95% of mining land in Matabeleland under exclusive prospective orders (EPOs) will cause conflict and corruption in the region, gold miners have said. An EPO gives mining companies exclusive rights to search for minerals and peg claims.
Women’s movements have been advocating for the extension and proper functioning of the Quota System in Zimbabwe to go beyond the year 2023.
“It's taken me all this time, all this loss, to realize what really matters is now. Not our memories”, said Suzanne Young. With the reminiscence of childhood, most of us were inhumanly treated at school and in the societies we lived in. Is this the life we want for our kids?
Community Water Alliance is greatly disappointed by ineffectiveness of City of Harare's cocktail chemicals to address water quality issues within Harare Metropolitan Province.
Young women’s participation in the national processes is lagging behind hence the need for a safe space to deliberate on issues that affect young women with particular interest on their participation and inclusion in governance processes.
Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) are one of the greatest challenges to human development in Africa, hampering organic growth, and the ability of governments to provide infrastructure, deliver public services and reduce poverty.