It may not be a major metropolis, but residents of Kadoma in central Zimbabwe know what it's like to live without water: their Day Zero happened 20 years ago.

This followed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Maranatha Christian University and International Management University (SRH) Hochschule of Germany paving the way for the es

Some suburbs in Harare are experiencing serious water supply shortages, exposing residents to water-borne diseases like cholera. A snap survey by The Herald yesterday confirmed the situation.

Most of the solar street lights that were installed in Harare, particularly those along Airport Road are no longer functioning.

People who carry out activities that degrade the land such as gold panning, stream bank cultivation and deforestation should receive stiffer penalties that would act as a deterrent for future perpe

THE Ministry Energy and Power Development is constructing a $300 000 rated modern building in the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) grounds, which would not only be powered by solar, but wil

Mauritians are the wealthiest individuals in Africa with an average wealth of US$25,700 per person, whilst people in living in Zimbabwe are the poorest with US$200 per person. Interestingly, North African countries such as Algeria, Egypt and Morocco all rank high on the list despite recent instability.

Last year the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) invited bids from interested contractors to carry out feasibility studies on three potential sites for wind farms; however, prices quoted b

The water and sanitation situation in Chitungwiza's St Mary's suburb remains critical as cases of suspected cholera increased to 24 in Harare and Chitungwiza over the past week.

The City of Harare says it has spent approximately $20 million on rehabilitation of the city's road network with more than 80 kilometres having been tarred already.

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