RAINS following the downgraded cyclone Dineo have left dozens of people homeless and destroyed infrastructure that include roads and dams across the country.
The countries, under the auspices of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) and with support from other partners from Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria,
Farmers at Gcabayi and Amazon A and B villages, under Chief Bekezela Sibasa, are among those who have ventured into drought mitigation programmes implemented through Environment Africa, Dabani Trus
Zimbabwe is likely to be the hardest hit country from an outbreak of armyworms that is destroying crops and threatening food security in southern Africa, the United Nations (U.N.) food agency said
If you thought the current drought ravaging many parts of the country was bad enough, then brace yourself for an invasion of the armyworm.
Thirty-seven researchers from nine African countries including Ghana are to benefit from a programme to generate knowledge to assist the continent to effectively tackle climate change.
Black rhinos are being driven to extinction as the ‘unprecedented’ high price of rhino horns leads to an explosion of poaching, experts say.
CABINET has resolved that all people affected by floods must receive assistance to help them pick up the pieces.
A rare frog that had not been seen in decades has been found in Zimbabwe, researchers have said.
An invasive pest known as the armyworm is rapidly spreading in the African continent, destroying maize crops.
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