FEATURE | How one woman’s backyard hydro farm is beating drought to grow veggies

By MacDonald Dzirutwe In a backyard in Zimbabwe’s capital, a 50-year-old mother of two is using hydroponics to grow vegetables for some of...

Hwange power station floods, and the ‘alternative’ power plants can’t help

Zimbabwe is facing worse power cuts after the Hwange Power Station was flooded on Saturday.  In times like these, the smaller thermal stations would...

OPINION | How the Zimdollar has been a disaster for asset values, economy –...

By John Legat The introduction of Zimbabwe’s own currency, the ZWL, in February 2019 has been a disaster as many economists, as well as...
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Zimbabwe annual gold output falls 17% in 2019, misses Govt targets

Zimbabwe’s annual gold output fell 16.8% to 27.6 tonnes in 2019, coming off its record highs in 2018, as producers battled with power cuts and a currency...

On Constitutionalism and the proposed amendments | Petina Gappah in conversation with David Hofisi

The Government has gazetted the Constitution Amendment Bill, which proposes a total of 27 amendments to the Constitution. Among other changes, these amendments would allow the President...
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Caledonia Mining delivers record quarterly gold output, sees “landmark” 2020

Caledonia Mining Corporation has reported record quarterly gold output from its Blanket Mine after production jumped 24% in the last quarter of 2019 and helped the miner...