More awareness needed in educating community on global warming

… Midlands Province should consider hay baling and thatch grass harvesting to reduce veld fires By Partinella Ngozo The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) says the Midlands province continues to experience veld fires despite awareness efforts on the dangers of veld fires for both humans, animals and the mother earth. It is against this background that […]

Zimbabwe should end fossil fuels, adopt renewable energy sooner

By Partinella Ngozo The potential of renewable energy is evident in Zimbabwe where solar, wind, hydro, and biomass resources are abundant. The endowment of such potential can be a game changer for Zimbabwe only if the government prioritise renewable energy, it has been revealed. Speaking in an interview with this reporter, Climate Reality Leader and […]

COVID-19’s forgotten

By Busiswa Sobani COVID-19 did not only disrupt people’s lives across the globe, but some especially the vulnerable were in a moment of fear, forgotten and made to bear a disproportionate burden of the pandemic. In Kwekwe, Sally Mugabe Day Care Centre for disabled children was arbitrarily appropriated and turned into a COVID-19 quarantine centre. […]

Climate change impacts children negatively

By Fairness Moyana Lindie Ndlovu* (15) shrugs in despair as she adjusts her 3 month old baby strapped on her back while balancing a 20 litre bucket of water on her head as she contemplates the long distance she has to walk back home. She woke up before the break of dawn to make the […]

Climate change in the eyes of a patriarch

By Muhle Masuku I put it to Mr Ngwiza Nsimbi Khumalo a patriarch of Nesigwe village, in Nkayi district that the leader of the free world President Donald Trump denies that there is climate change and describes it as a hoax. In response, he invited me to walk with him down memory lane to reminisce […]

Climate change: A representation of war in Gweru?

By Takaedza Tafirei | Nkabazwe Community Radio Station | +263 775 879 947 The water crisis in Gweru is deepening of late and is being linked with the escalating effect of climate change, a development that is calling climate justice actors into action. Projections in Zimbabwe show that climate change will cause average temperatures to […]

Political divisions blamed for lockdown of devolution projects in Gokwe

… social cohesion key in devolution success By Perseverance Javangwe Gokwe residents have noted with concern the politicisation of devolution projects as a key issue that has resulted in the lockdown of important developments in their areas, this publication can reveal. Devolution is a necessary vehicle for doing away with the over-centralised system of government, […]

Churches Urged to Promote Devolution Processes

By Simbarashe Fenton M Churches have been urged to engage and promote the devolution process in the community, this publication can reveal. Addressing church leaders during a meeting organized by the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD), at Shingai Training Centre in Gokwe, ZHOCD Projects Officer-Midlands Philemon Handinahama Hwami called on all church leaders to […]

Redcliff introduces community patrols

By Memory Mudzani In a bit to reduce the rate at which thieves are wrecking down the mining town of Redcliff, Torwood residents has taken action by setting community patrols. The community has assigning men to patrol the community at night. Since the beginning of first phase of covid19 lockdown Torwood residents has been facing […]