Digital transformation key to Africa’s food security

Young farmers like Nomaliso Musasiwa, a female farmer of Fresh in a Box have bemoaned prolonged power cuts as a threat to the use of technology to boost agricultural activities in Zimbabwe.
By Evans Mathanda Feb. 4, 2024

Mat South declares war on rustlers

Police said 457 cases were recorded during the period with Gwanda recording 43% of the cases, while 551 cases had been recorded in the same period in 2022.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 4, 2024

30 dealers arrested for selling free seed, fertiliser

Many communal farmers that are being discouraged by the long stretch of scorching heat between November and December rushed to sell their seed and fertilisers for a song.
By Problem Masau Dec. 24, 2023

Poor water harvesting techniques costly

A 2019 study revealed that climate change had worsened the already precarious living conditions of many smallholder farmers who depend on rain-fed agriculture in Zimbabwe.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Dec. 15, 2023

Govt pushes for smart farming

With increased weather phenomenon such as the El Niño-induced drought, calls for smart farming and climate change adaptation practices in agriculture are being made.
By Melody Chikono Dec. 14, 2023

AWARFA-N pleads for land from government

The RAFFS Project is expected to run for three years.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 21, 2023

RAFFS Project helps sustain feed and fodder sector: Expert

It will be done through the African Women in Animal Resources Farming and Agribusiness Network, established under the ambit of AU-IBAR.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 20, 2023

Feature: Fishponds bring hope for Cyclone Idai victims

The Resilience Building for Chimanimani Communities project aims to bring back the resilience of communities affected by flooding and drought.
By Obert Siamilandu Oct. 4, 2023

How to succeed in duck rearing

Ducks are raised for both meat and egg production.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Sep. 15, 2023