Samuel Kadungure: Farming Reporter FARMERS at five of the 10 irrigation schemes funded under the Food and Agriculture Organisation Smallholder Irrigation Support Programme are undergoing training on equipment operation and maintenance and budgeting.
Samuel Kadungure: Farming Reporter MANICALAND is annually losing at least 45 000 hectares of forests through deforestation, with experts decrying tobacco curing, agriculture land expansion, firewood selling and charcoal making as its key drivers.
Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha (pictured) on Tuesday appointed a new 10 member board of directors for the Competition and Tariff Commission (CTC).
Arthur Marara:Motivation for Succes “In the period of God’s abundant provision, do not be wasteful.” These are profound words which were uttered by a colleague of mine Ms Lorraine Mazula, when she paid me a visit at our offices on Thursday, 24th November 2016. As we were talking she suddenly drew my attention to a certain […]
Business Correspondent Local procurement initiatives have been given a major boost following Buy Zimbabwe, a local content lobby group’s setting up of the first ever Zimbabwe Mining and Suppliers Directory that will furnish information of all local mining companies, suppliers and government departments to ease the means of doing business and improve local synergies within […]
Diapers take up to 500 years to decompose and if not properly disposed can lead to the spread of diseases. In this week’s issue of Focus On Environmental Issues we will look at the environmental dangers and alternatives to diaper disposal. They are commonly referred to as pampers after the name of a company that […]
. . . the whys and wherefores? Casper Muradzikwa I WRITE in response to Mr Morris Mtisi’s question, “Why is there apathy and general dislike of Literature in English as a learning area in most schools?” I will also explain how this attitude is in direct contrast with the whole purpose of the new curriculum. I […]
INTANGIBLE Cultural Heritage (ICH) refers to the process of collecting objects, traditions and living expressions that are inherited from ancestors and are passed on to their descendants.
IT is hard to find an older person who’s not worried about their memory. Partly that’s because everyone gets a little forgetful as they age. But where does mild forgetfulness end and more serious problems begin? It can sometimes be hard to tell.