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  • The CoSoZ spearheading accountability in Climate Change.

    By Tadiwa Jery The ESG (Environmental Social Governance) compliance in Africa webinar set for the 19th of October 2022 covers the journey most African countries are taking towards supporting environmental change. The Compliance Society of Zimbabwe (CoSoZ) has taken the bold step of addressing the work that has been done so far by African countries towards the climate change initiative.…

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  • ZIMBABWE ELECTED INTO THE AFRICAN UNION PEACE AND SECURITY COUNCIL 

    By Staff Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa has described Zimbabwe’s election into the 15-member African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council as a vote of confidence. He said this while addressing journalists upon his arrival from Ethiopia where he attended the 35th African Union summit.  During the summit, member states seconded Zimbabwe to the Peace and Security Council of the continental…

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  • PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA IN ETHIOPIA FOR AU SUMMIT 

    Staff Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he will attend the 35th African Union Summit. Some of the matters on the agenda of the meeting, which will be chaired by Senegal are the stability of Ethiopia, the rise of insurgents in Mozambique, COVID-19, and other challenges that Africa is grappling with. Fifteen new members of…

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  • ZIMBABWE COMMITTED TO FULFILLING THE AFRICAN VISION:ED 

    Staff Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa says   Zimbabwe remains committed to fulfilling continental development goals and pursuing its broader vision. President Mnangagwa said this at the 39th virtual session of the African Union Development Agency- new partnership for Africa’s Development (AUDA – NEPAD) heads of state and government orientation meeting.  One of the major objectives of the agency is sustainable development for…

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  • Zim’s economic growth will need more time

    “Rome wasn’t built in a day” one of the famous proverbial sayings people use to describe how a complex task or great achievement takes time and effort and should not be rushed. This applies to Zimbabwe perfectly, the nation’s economy, infrastructure development, social protection of citizens and all round way of living has been in the doldrums for decades but there…

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  • Is Zimbabwe ready for professional farming?

    By Tadiwa Jery Like any other industry, agriculture is sustained by profitability. With this in mind, setting up a viable operational plan that will guide the farmer professionally through every farming season is imperative. Over the past years, several  institutions have taken up the task of guiding farmers for the purpose of increasing their yields. These include, The Farming Experts, Garlic, Ginger and Tumeric Growers Association of Zimbabwe…

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  • YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR INSPIRES TECHNOLOGICAL GROWTH IN TOURISM & WINS INNOVATION CHALLENGE

    THE Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) is leveraging on young people to drive the growth of the sector through innovation and an upper six student recently won the wins inaugural Tourism Innovation Challenge. Jeffrey Murungweni is a 19-year-old gentleman devoted to entrepreneurship. He is currently an Upper Six student at Watershed College, in Marondera, where he also serves as the School’s…

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  • Zimbabwean artists raise flag high with AFRIMA nominations.

    AFRIMA is an annual combined effort by music professionals across the continent aimed at celebrating the rich musical heritage of African continent and this year’s edition of the award show features 5 nominations for Zimbabwean artists. AFRIMA recently released the list of nominees ahead of the 2021 edition of the African and contemporary artist and Jah Prayzah was nominated for…

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  • CAMFED AND THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION FACILITATE IN PROVIDING MOBILITY FOR RURAL SCHOOLS.

    The United Kingdom’s Department of International Development has donated vehicles, bicycles and motorcycles to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. The donation which was channeled through the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education in union with Campaign for Female Education is meant to aid students who struggle travelling to school. The UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Director, Ms…

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  • Government and Corporates aid in donating sanitary wear to young women.

    In an initiative to aid young women in the plight to attain basic sanitary wear, at least 21 400 school girls from Mashonaland West province received sanitary wear and soap tablets from the Government through the Primary and Secondary Education Ministry. The first lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa also visited Zengeza 2 to distribute reusable sanitary wear last month. The young…

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