Running hilariously and strengthening his bond with his friend Esther, Rocky now spends days out in the woods with his special protection unit.
Author: Justin Salani
Drone technology for Precision Agriculture in Zimbabwe
World population is projected to grow to almost 10 billion by 2050, with global food demand expected to increase substantially. Questions have been raised on whether there will be enough food or not by 2050, noting also the impact of climate change on food security.
Poetry: It’s a hoax, hocus-pocus not
Conspiracy theories circulated, with racial dichotomous beliefs
Indian economy recovering faster than anticipated: Oxford Economics
The Indian economy is seen recovering faster than expected and the Reserve Bank is likely to have come to an end of the rate easing cycle, according to global forecasting firm Oxford Economics.
Great Limpopo Cultural Trade Fair receives funding
PREPARATIONS for the annual Great Limpopo Cultural Trade Fair (GLCTF) have received a timely and financial boost after the custodian of culture in Zimbabwe provided US$25 360 for the event.
Covid-19: From the first confirmed case to over 8 700 cases in Zimbabwe
I remember that day on March 20, after a discussion on how fast Covid-19 was spreading and obviously into Africa. Just in the early hours of the evening while watching ZBC news, the breaking news icon popped and the headline – Zimbabwe Records First Coronavirus Case – flashed.
Zimbabwe suffers the brunt of climate change
Zimbabwe is one the countries suffering the brunt of climate change in Africa. The country has not been spared from the adverse effects of climate change which include frequent droughts and tropical cyclones.
2020’s top 10 emerging technologies
These tiny needles, at no more than the depth of a sheet of paper and the width of a human hair, could bring us pain-free injections and blood testing
Tsonga-Shangani cultural festival and the Gaza Trust
The roots of the Shangaan people can be traced back from the Tsonga people a diverse group of people which included the Shangaan, Tonga, Thonga and other smaller ethnic groups
Turgwe hippo haven, the silhouettes – Safari camps in the Southeast Lowveld
Travelling to the Southeast Lowveld of Zimbabwe is never something to regret.