The country's $1 billion gold production sector is under threat from the Minamata Convention that seeks to ban the use of mercury, a major chemical used by artisanal miners to trap the mineral from

The Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) has announced that it will make available additional funding for solar energy projects in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe is one of the countries battling to contain fresh HIV infections among youths, where girls in the 15 to 19 year age group account for seven out of every 10 new infections.

A large proportion of resource poor rural households in southern African communal areas are dependent on wild edible fruits to meet part of their daily nutritional needs. For many people and ethnic groups, the use of wild edible fruits is a source of cultural identity, reflecting a deep and important body of knowledge about the environment, survival, harvesting, preservation and other forms of management. This study was aimed at documenting the role of wild edible fruits in the livelihoods of people in Namibia and Zimbabwe.

HARARE, ZIMBABWE - Two years ago, Innocent Mavhuto traded one illegal activity for another.

More than 4,000 cancer deaths are being recorded annually in Zimbabwe, with the government moving to establish a prevention and treatment strategy for the deadly cervical cancer which is responsibl

Zimbabwe's government has signed a $478 million agreement with an energy company and three banks to finance the 2017/18 summer farming season in a push to improve food security, a state-owned newsp

According to Zimbabwe's energy minister Samuel Undenge, the country has the capacity to produce 1,600MW of electricity from renewable energy resources by 2030.

Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana on Tuesday suspended poultry imports from South Africa with immediate effect following outbreaks of highly contagious H5N8 bird flu.

HARARE, June 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Unspooling the rope tied to a metal bucket, Shylet Nhari listens to the repeated clangs of the tin striking the walls of the well as her bucket makes