Post COP27, taking stock, celebrating or counting losses

The events that lead to COP27, witnessed slow progress, with rich countries blocking progress on the sticking issue of loss and damage.
By Peter Makwanya Nov. 28, 2022

Mberengwa RDC constructs 5 clinics

The new clinic will provide villagers easy access to health care services.  Mberengwa villagers have been walking over 10km to the nearest clinics.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 24, 2022

Africa’s climate change solutions lie in rural communities

Rural African communities are among the most vulnerable people in the world to climate change
By Shylock Muyengwa Nov. 18, 2022

NPAZ exposes govt falsehoods peddled at ACHPR

Mnangagwa’s lieutenants had in October misrepresented before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) during its 73rd ordinary session held in Banjul, The Gambia.
By Amh Voices Nov. 17, 2022

COP27: Africa gets it wrong

As a pragmatic plan to control carbon gas emissions, clean renewable energy is now at the centre of all production.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Nov. 12, 2022

Ceteris Paribus: COP27 through African lens

It highlighted more urgent greenhouse gas emissions cuts and promised more climate finance for developing countries to adapt to climate impacts.
By Eben Mabunda Nov. 11, 2022

Farmers call for insurance subsidy

Official data indicates that Zimbabwe has been losing on average 7,3% of its agriculture gross domestic product to drought annually.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 9, 2022

Capacitate us to mitigate, adapt to climate change: ED

He said despite the challenges Zimbabwe was, however, doing its best to play its part in mitigating climate change effects.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 9, 2022

Can extractive sector drive the equality agenda?

The triple challenges of COVID-19, climate change and conflict currently bedevilling the world continue to amplify rather than conceal regional and national inequalities.
By Angellah Mandoreba Nov. 8, 2022