Rock paintings have been instrumental in understanding the rich history of Zimbabwe’s pre-literate societies. Such paintings which still exist at different heritage sites found across the country also help one to connect with Zimbabwe’s historical past.
Chiredzi Town Council has procured a tractor-loader backhoe (TLB) worth US$ 115 000 and a refuse compactor at a total cost of ZWL 16 million. The TLB was purchased with funds generated through rates paid by residents and other stakeholders as well as sale of Melbourne Park stands, and the refuse compactor was purchased with devolution funds.
An environment devoid of wetlands is devoid of life. Imagine a forest without a pan for animals, aquatic organisms succumbing to the effects of the presence of a water hyacinth in Lake Chivero; and a water source for humans that is heavily polluted, that can be perilous. Both humanity and biodiversity survive on water, and wetlands are the natural repositories of water.
Farmers can use DSG’s Ultrasonic Distance Sensor for measuring grain level in a silo or a liquid in a container. The system uses ultrasound to measure the distance to an object, a high frequency sound wave is emitted by the device, measuring the time it takes for the wave to reach the object and then return to the sensor.
Scattered thunderstorms are expected across the country, with heavy rainfall in excess of 30mm/24hr between Sunday 29 November and 03 December 2020 though in different days, the Meteorological Services Department said on Saturday.