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El Niño takes its toll on Hwange residents

The villagers have also become susceptible to unscrupulous dealers who are taking advantage of the situation.
By Blessed Ndlovu Apr. 16, 2024

Women own 9% of country’s cattle: WB

According to the report, a staggering 91% of cattle are found on male-owned large-scale commercial farms with women owning just 9%.
By Problem Masau Apr. 2, 2024

Alternative farming ways during drought

These alternatives not only offer resilience in the face of a drought, but also provide a sustainable pathway towards ensuring food security for both animals and humans.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Mar. 28, 2024

Cattle buyers rip off Gwanda villagers

One of the cattle auctioneers in Matabeleland Andrea Lawrence said the situation had nothing to do with unscrupulous behaviour but the fact that business is low.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 27, 2024

The value of empowering communities to protect their local food systems

What technologies are used at different supply chain nodes including processing, preservation and warehousing?
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 7, 2024

Feature: ‘Life is hell’: Zim flood survivors lament loss of land, livelihoods

Climate change-induced droughts and events like 2019’s Cyclone Idai worsened things, leaving villagers at risk of starvation and in need of alternative water sources.
By Al Jazeera Feb. 2, 2024

Livestock levy killing business: Farmers

Those who slaughter cattle for beef pay US$10 of the value of a fifth quarter per animal slaughtered.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 8, 2024

Livestock farmers equipped with entrepreneurship skills

 The K’Lusa project continues to make strides in equipping the next generation with the skills needed to thrive in the challenging agricultural landscape of semi-arid regions.
By Business Reporter Jan. 7, 2024

Livestock experts urge urgent support for farmers

The country recorded a surge in the death of livestock, especially cattle, just before the onset of the rain season in December as pastures and water sources became depleted.
By Belinda Chiroodza Dec. 31, 2023