Sustained crop yields: Part One…increasing agricultural productivity

By Elton Ziki INCREASING crop yields as a model for positive impact on agricultural productivity deserves clear cut focus...

Is Africa lagging behind?

WITH the on-going COVID-19-induced ‘stay at home’ recommendations, I have had ample time to catch up on some reading.  

The giant of gender equality: Part Two …valuable contribution to African feminism

A WELL-INFORMED cultural tradition took shape in the body of artworks created by the Takawira brothers, all of whom eulogised the institution...

Dinner at the Élysée Palace….who was feeding who?

A DOZEN African heads of state were in Paris attending what was touted Africa-France Summit on Financing African Economies hosted by French...

Religion and colonisation: Part Four…as Islam weakened Ghana

AFRICA is a continent that is home to many societies with different ethnic groups, histories, languages, religions and cultures. 

Women lead in agriculture

WOMEN in the communal areas constitute 61 percent of the farmers and provide 70 percent of the labour. Therefore,...

Veld fires threaten food security

By Elizabeth Sitotombe  MANY districts in the country have been affected by uncontrolled veld fires over the years. 

Rural community ethos for development: Part Two…herbal medicines gaining traction

By Vitalis Ruvando THIS article interfaces the ‘Big Picture Learning’ curve on herbal practice with COVID-19 prevention and treatment...

‘Let’s not harbour terrorists’

IF in any nation, pockets of the population provide nests for violence to grow and fester, the whole nation pays heavily sooner...

Devolution: Competing for development

By Fidelis Manyange ZIMBABWE’s solution to achieving Vision 2030 will not necessarily be driven and achieved by central Government...
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