SMALL-HOLDER irrigation schemes, which have been the source of livelihood for most families in drier parts of the country, have virtually collapsed due to lack of maintenance.
More than half of the patients admitted at Zimbabwe’s mental health centres are cases associated with drug abuse.
HIS small frame could pass for that of a 10-year-old, while his innocent face perfectly masks the horrific abuse he has endured at the hands of his own mother.
SCORES of illegal backyard schools have sprouted in Bulawayo where garages, houses and churches are being converted into classrooms.
THE United States has completed a process of realigning its food assistance support to Zimbabwe.
AT least 80 vulnerable children and needy elderly people are receiving health care, food and material support at Mashambanzou Care Trust in Harare’s Waterfalls suburb.
NEARLY six decades after they were displaced to make way for the construction of Kariba Dam for the generation of power, the Tonga people are still without electricity in their homes.
A cloud of uncertainty hangs over the establishment of Lupane Growth Point into a fully-fledged urban local authority after it emerged that the council has no capacity.
A local mobile phone company, Astro Zimbabwe has embarked on the cleaning of the entire Robert Mugabe Way in Harare as a build up to the celebration of the President’s birthday.
ONE of the country’s renowned wildlife sanctuaries, Save Valley Conservancy, is under serious threat from deforestation as people are cutting down trees to harvest charcoal.