Agriculture

  • School teacher  turns to apiculture as a way of fighting and adapting to climate change.

    Maurice Dundu Sifelani Thonje  a qualified secondary school teacher acquired the relevant skills as he grew up, being son to a seasoned bee keeper of his time, but he never thought he could one day follow the footsteps of his father. Though a trained high school teacher who demonstrates passion in his career, developed interest in farming to supplement his…

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  • Budiriro: Falcon Quality Colleges walk the talk on Biogas and waste management.

    Tafadzwa   Mutsika falcon Quality college environment club at biogas plant On-site garbage segregation, biogas plants that fuel canteen stoves, waste water to keep the garden green, and student-led sensitization drives – Falcon Quality colleges are taking organized steps to towards ecosensitivity. While environmental management agency EMA is seen advocating sustainability, some colleges are doing their bit and improving their waste…

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  • Heavy downpours expected countrywide

    WIDESPREAD thunderstorms are expected throughout the country with chances of hail and heavy falls in some places, the Meteorological Services Department has said. The department said the heavy rains could also be violent and accompanied by strong winds in some areas. Yesterday widespread thunderstorms with rain were experienced across the country with some stations recording rainfall figures above 30mm as…

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