Jeremiah Sarudza stands outside his mud and thatch hut and watches his wife and children prepare a tobacco field surrounded by tree stumps.

Zimbabwe’s wildlife reserves are rife with poachers using high-powered, silenced weapons and cyanide to slaughter animals, according to the country’s National Parks and Wildlife Management Authorit

In 2013, more than 35,000 elephants across Africa were killed for their ivory, which is often carved and sold as ornaments, jewelry and other gift items.

Zimbabwe’s Environmental Management Agency closed 31 companies for not complying with water-pollution regulations after June 30, the Chronicle reported.

One way that family farmers improve their resilience to both climatic and economic shocks is to diversify what is produced. More and different crops and livestock, particularly local varieties and breeds are being promoted. Two other options stand out too – bees and trees. These have the added advantages of complementing the production of agricultural crops and enhancing the agroecosystem. In Zimbabwe, the Ruzivo Trust has been promoting beekeeping, and the results are showing the sweet taste of success. Bees can help farmers break out of poverty.

Contaminated drinking water has killed 328 people in Zimbabwe this year, mainly in urban areas, the Sunday Mail said, citing Portia Manangazira, a disease control specialist in the health ministry,

This mapping study, which examines the role of higher education in contributing to climate resilient development pathways, is the first of its kind in southern Africa, and in Africa more widely.

Spells of drought in southern African this year have hit agricultural output and hurt economic growth in countries such as Zambia and Angola, underscoring the lingering importance of farming to the

Zambia has agreed to a $50 million loan from the World Bank for water projects including the construction of small dams to help moderate damage from drought and floods in the southern African natio

Zimbabwe faces its worst food shortages in four years following a drought and poor harvest, the U.N.

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