The uk recently launched a polemic attack against Zimbabwe over

Artemether, the drug used as the last line of defence against malaria is being widely used in Africa. But experts have cautioned that the drug should not be used until resistance to the traditional

Zimbabwe s urban farmers are finally being seen as answers to its development ills

About 250 Indian MPs sign a paper to oppose South Africa on rhino trade, but they do not know why

In June, for the first time, malaria control was included in the ;agenda of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Summit in Zimbabwe. ReportedN, nine out of 10 cases occur in sub- Saharan

A cost effective, environment friendly way has been found to deal with tsetse flies

Zimbabwe's proposal for reopening ivory trade is one of the hot issues at this year's Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) meeting this month. The Southern African

Tinytech, a mechanised oil expeller imported from India, is doing wonders for the villagers of Gokwe in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe. A smallscale oil milling business in Gokwe has

Private farms, cattle ranches and indigenous people help in managing wild animals, thereby giving a fillip to Zimbabwe s wildlife conservation policy

Burglars beware! Harare is fast emerging as an ideal venue for 'watch-snakes'. Zimbabwe has a low rate of violent crimes but a fairly large number of burglaries. As most jobs offer a month's

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