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EU wants to send more people back to Africa, Middle East, Asia

Three years after the 27-nation EU agreed to restrict visas for countries deemed failing to cooperate on taking their people back, only Gambia has been formally punished.
By Reuters Jan. 26, 2023

Sanctions choking Zim: Myth or reality?

Late last year, Finance minister Prof Mthuli Ncube bemoaned the impact of sanctions on the economy noting that the country has lost about US$40 billion in the last 22 years
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Jan. 13, 2023

Review tobacco pricing matrix: CTC

CTC says, in a desperate attempt to break even owing to low prices, farmers end up resorting to using methods that may not be good for the environment, but are less expensive for farming operations.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 12, 2023

ZCFU demands transparency in EU funding facility

“The €400 million towards Zimbabwe’s gender equality, women empowerment and climate smart agriculture is a welcome development which excites farmers and farmers’ unions,”
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 5, 2023

AWF puts 10-year wildlife conservation strategy in motion

Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority senior area manager responsible for Chewore South and North, Stevenson Mudzingwa, lauded AWF for working with local communities.
By Obert Siamilandu Dec. 30, 2022

Year 2022 in retrospect and economic outlook for 2023

THE year 2022 has been a difficult year for the country economically on account of a number of both external and internal factors.
By Prosper Chitambara Dec. 23, 2022

Govt policy inconsistencies self-destructive: Zapu

Sibangilizwe is the son of the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 22, 2022

EU extends dairy project lifespan

The current local demand of milk in the country stands at 120 million litres per annum, but Zimbabwe produced 79 million litres last year.
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 14, 2022

What’s wrong with the UN’s Cites?

It isn’t, but the issue enhances the NGOs’ money-raising capabilities.
By Emmanuel Koro Dec. 9, 2022