Climate change

  • Agriculture

    Zimbabwe receives US$1m boost from India for smart agriculture

    The Government of India has contributed almost USD one million to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Zimbabwe to help affected populations tackle climate shocks. The contribution, provided through the India-UN Development Partnership Fund, will be used to assist more than 5200 smallholder farmers in Chiredzi and Mangwe districts. Working alongside partners, WFP Zimbabwe will provide expertise through…

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  • Politics

    MDC Alliance Binga MP says climate change is a myth

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda MDC Alliance legislator Gabbuza Joel Gabbuza yesterday shocked Environment Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu and fellow MPs when he said he together with the people of Binga South who he represent view climate change as a myth which has “no practical effect especially on a third world country like Zimbabwe”. Gabbuza was responding to a report by the Chairperson…

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  • Science & Tech

    Nduna wants airlines that pollute Zimbabwe’s atmosphere to pay

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda AIRCRAFT that fly over Zimbabwe and leave a trail of gases in our atmosphere must be made to pay for the pollution, Chegutu West MP Dexter Nduna (Zanu-PF) has said. Nduna, a former Air Force of Zimbabwe pilot and veteran of the DR Congo mission, said it was possible to identify the aircraft flying over a country’s…

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