Red Cross intervention eases Binga water woes

In the dry season, the basin-level water resources in Binga are low which contributes immensely to water scarcity in the area.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 12, 2024

Youths should be on the forefront of climate change

The worst part was to discover late in life that all those things were slowly impacting other things such as our education and the quality of life in general
By Jonah Nyoni May. 11, 2024

Despair as hunger bites hard with Binga folk resorting to wild fruits for survival

Nearly 4.25 million people (26% of the population) are projected to face food insecurity this year, with communities such as Binga being the most hit.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 5, 2024

Binga South MP, minister clash over boreholes

Cumanzala, however, said villagers in the constituency had dismissed the minister’s claims.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 25, 2024

Binga South borehole drilling commences

Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs minister Richard Moyo said drilling rigs were already on the ground.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 19, 2024

Man in trouble for assaulting cop

Soko Muchimba pleaded guilty to the charge when he appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Maxwell Ncube on Monday.
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 17, 2024

Binga MP cries for land rights

Cumanzala said the land imbalances still existed, with ordinary villagers being at the mercy of authorities and always facing the risk of being evicted.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 1, 2024

Binga MP calls for protection of villagers

The government alleged that the villagers were settled on state land illegally.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 31, 2024

Building business models around indigenous food

Most African countries do not have enough packaged evidence to reveal what constitute the food basket in in particular communities and towns.
By Charles Dhewa Mar. 20, 2024