Water and Zim’s agricultural future

WATER is defined as a clear, colourless, tasteless and odourless liquid that is essential for the survival of human, animal and plant...

Is China the new ‘American Dream’?

THE US, at the turn of the 20th Century, was the ‘American Dream’ for many, especially after the devastation that followed the...

Equines: War and work horses

UPON its establishment in 1889, the British South Africa Police (BSAP) was first formed as a paramilitary force of mounted infantry by...

January disease hits again

AS I write, communication from the Veterinary Department of South Africa has alerted livestock farmers in that country about the resurgence of...

Slavery, colonialism not badge of honour

Disaster and Development Nexus By Gift Chatora Published by Peach Publishers (2019) ISBN:...

Zim’s unbridled African horse heritage

IT has for long been believed that horses are foreign to the African continent.   Many contend they were...

Diseases that affect goats: Part Two…as good hygiene is imperative

A DISEASE that affects mostly sheep and goats, but rarely affects cattle, is blue tongue, caused by several species of virus brought...

Tackling climate change in Africa

Managing a Changing Climate in Africa By Pius Z. Yanda and Chipo P. Mubaya Published by...

Diseases that affect goats: Part One…need for education on diseases

MY article titled ‘Goat breeding: Reviving an ancient Zimbabwean livestock heritage’ resulted in overwhelming enquiries from readers. I found...

The cost of fighting a virus: Part Three

…will Africa have capacity to produce own vaccine? By Dr Michelina Andreucci  SINCE the outbreak...
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