Climate change-related hunger stalks a fifth of southern Africa’s population

Oxfam recently released a report titled ‘Climate Equality: A planet for the 99%’ which captures the connection between climate change, poverty and inequalities in society.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Nov. 28, 2023

Chevrons bully sorry Tanzania

The Chevrons will next face Uganda on Sunday and Rwanda the following day
By Austin Karonga Nov. 24, 2023

Feli Nandi speaks on Tanzania tour

The ACCES Festival provides a platform for music industry players to exchange ideas, discover emerging talent, and establish critical business connections.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Nov. 19, 2023

Zim artistes shine at US awards

Posting on his social media platforms, Winky D expressed humility and gratitude to his fans for their unwavering support.
By Sharon Zebra Nov. 14, 2023

Yaya Saru to launch debut EP

It was recorded at Wanane Studios in Tanzania  by former Jah Prayzah’s producer Humphrey Domboka, who is now based in the east African country.
By Kudzai Chitsatso Oct. 22, 2023

Making carbon credits work for communities

It is a simple transaction requiring the interest first of the polluter, the availability of forest and the political will of the authority in charge of the forest area.
By Darlington Mafa Oct. 22, 2023

Tanzania Ports Authority opens Harare office

Some 46 519 cars passed through Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania’s capital — en-route to Zimbabwe in the 2021/22 fiscal year with numbers expected to increase this year.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Oct. 17, 2023

Exposed: Plot to divide Sadc

Already, leaders of Mozambique, Namibia and Tanzania have endorsed Mnangagwa’s victory. South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa congratulated him, but qualified his commendation in later remarks.
By Problem Masau and Brent Shamu Aug. 31, 2023

Cafca revenue up on exports growth

The turnover was in historical terms. In the same period last year, revenue stood at ZWL$3,3 billion.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 29, 2023