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Village Rhapsody: Digital transformation key to Zimbabwe’s food security

African countries, however, are far from reaching the expected levels of development and are at various phases of the changeover to digital agriculture.
By Evans Mathanda Mar. 5, 2023

Home-grown economy versus foreign currency-driven economy

In the absence of basic information on the role of government departments, ordinary people lack appreciation of the role of government.
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 24, 2023

Aggregation is the only way of returning African farmers to profitability

Food processors often struggle to get raw materials for processing due to fragmented production and distribution systems in several production zones.
By Charles Dhewa Jan. 4, 2023

EIB swings with cash but bank risks still linger

The majority of financial institutions managed to navigate through multifaceted crises and tougher regulations imposed to tackle Zimbabwe’s protracted crisis.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 23, 2022

Promising avenues for funding African mass markets

Bureaucracy in loan processing In countries like Zimbabwe, it takes at least three weeks to a month for a bank loan application to be processed.
By Charles Dhewa Dec. 6, 2022

Feature: Anti-microbial resistance a growing pandemic in Africa

Across the 14 countries, clinical and treatment data are not being linked to laboratory results, making it hard to understand what’s driving AMR.
By IPS Nov. 9, 2022

Food crisis looms in Sadc

The World Food Programme (WFP) projected that the country’s food crisis might worsen by year end.
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 3, 2022

Surveillance technology needs a national policy

African countries are installing closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras and surveillance technologies without regulation frameworks and national CCTV and surveillance national policies.
By Jacob Mutisi Oct. 28, 2022

Fight monopoly in the food sector

The rains have started to fall and as usual we are all asking each other what we should plant.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Oct. 28, 2022