ZIMBABWE's food insecure population in the rural areas will increase from 2,8 million to 4,1 million people during the peak of the hunger period from January to March 2017, according to the Zimbabw

Some 18 million people from seven southern Africa countries require emergency food aid, according to the latest report by World Food Programme.

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tens of thousands of children across southern Africa are being pushed out of school and into early marriage or child labor because of drought and hunger cause

ZIMBABWE has received approval for three climate projects that could see the nation reverse some of the dangers caused by climate change in sectors such as water, agriculture and manufacturing.

The quest for the elusive dollar among poverty stricken villagers living close to Mafungautsi forest, is putting the country's teak and mahogany tree species at risk of being wiped out.

The United Nations' food agency said on Thursday it needed $730 million over the next 12 months for relief in seven southern African countries hit hard by a blistering drought and faced a $610 mill

Government is working on a project to support the Agricultural Rural Development Authority, prisons, universities and other institutions that own farmland, with machinery and equipment to boost agr

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United Nations has raised its 2016 humanitarian funding appeal to a record $21.6 billion from $19.7 billion, partly due to new disasters including a cyc

Zimbabwe's wildlife authority has suspended its director general and is investigating the disappearance of 228 kg (500 pounds) of the agency's stored rhino horn, it said on Tuesday.

MUTARE, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Divas Matinyadze’s 47 beehives are hidden away in a dense patch of forest, along a narrow dirt path beside a small river in Mpudzi Resettlement Schem