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Rains raise harvest hopes in Zimbabwe – but pest brings "misery"

Rains raise harvest hopes in Zimbabwe – but pest brings "misery"

Drought-hit farmers are hoping for their first bumper harvest in years, but army worm pests and floods are lowering expectations

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 20 mars 2017
FOOTBALL - CAN 2017: Le Sénégal, première équipe qualifiée en quarts de finale

FOOTBALL - CAN 2017: Le Sénégal, première équipe qualifiée en quarts de finale

Le Groupe B a clos sa seconde journée avec les victoires de la Tunisie sur l’Algérie (2-1) et du Sénégal sur le Zimbabwe (2-0).

Par SeneNews, le 20 janvier 2017
With water short, Zimbabwe's farmers turn to capturing rain

With water short, Zimbabwe's farmers turn to capturing rain

« With this past drought, water was very scarce and we have realised that every drop counts, » says one traditional leader

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 11 janvier 2017
FEATURE-Zimbabwe's evicted elderly white farmers pin last hope on compensation

FEATURE-Zimbabwe's evicted elderly white farmers pin last hope on compensation

White landowners, evicted as part of reforms to address colonial imbalances, await compensation, but black farmers expected to stump up cash don’t have it

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 31 octobre 2016
ZIMBABWE - ZIM Situation: Ticking Time Bomb

ZIMBABWE - ZIM Situation: Ticking Time Bomb

    The latest skirmishes come just three days after the arrest of 71 demonstrators who protested the implementation of regulations that literally bar the importation of a basket of …

Par ZimMetro, le 5 juillet 2016
ZIMBABWE - Robert Mugabe déclare la guerre aux vétérans qui osent penser à sa succession

ZIMBABWE - Robert Mugabe déclare la guerre aux vétérans qui osent penser à sa succession

Robert Mugabe n’a pas été tendre avec les vétérans de guerre du Zimbabwe. Ce jeudi 9 juin 2016, il leur a ouvertement interdit de s’immiscer dans le débat sur sa …

Par Cheikh Dieng, le 15 juin 2016
Zimbabwe's tobacco revenue up in smoke due to El Nino

Zimbabwe's tobacco revenue up in smoke due to El Nino

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation    Author: Jeffrey Moyo   MUTOKO, Zimbabwe, April 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Shouting, sweating and stamping their feet, dozens of farm labourers fill …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 25 avril 2016
NAMIBIA / ZIMBABWE - Assaulted Nam students safe, sound - Ambassador

NAMIBIA / ZIMBABWE - Assaulted Nam students safe, sound - Ambassador

Two Namibian students who were kidnapped and assaulted by three women in Zimbabwe last week are recovering and say they are ready to put the nightmare behind them.

Par The Namibian, le 16 avril 2016
ZIMBABWE – L’indigénisation des investissements étrangers en question

ZIMBABWE – L’indigénisation des investissements étrangers en question

Le président zimbabwéen, Robert Mugabe, n’a décidément pas fini de défrayer la chronique. Alors qu’on s’attendait à un assouplissement des lois sur l’indigénisation des investissements étrangers souhaité notamment par le …

Par Tcha Sakaro, le 27 mars 2016
Zimbabwe drought opens can of worms for poultry farmers

Zimbabwe drought opens can of worms for poultry farmers

      Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation    Author: Jeffrey Gogo   HARARE, March 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Lovemore Kuwana cheerily lifts the lid of a container full of …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 10 mars 2016
ZIMBABWE - Bottled water is 'the new gold' in drought-hit Harare

ZIMBABWE - Bottled water is 'the new gold' in drought-hit Harare

  Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation    Author: Ray Mwareya   HARARE, Feb 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The joke in Harare these days is that more people per square metre …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 7 février 2016
Zimbabwe court bans child marriage after challenge by former child brides

Zimbabwe court bans child marriage after challenge by former child brides

  Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation  Author: Emma Batha   LONDON, Jan 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court outlawed child marriage on Wednesday after two former child brides took …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 20 janvier 2016
School dropout rate rising as drought boosts hunger in Zimbabwe

School dropout rate rising as drought boosts hunger in Zimbabwe

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Author: Marko Phiri     LUPANE, Zimbabwe, Nov 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Thabiso Dube isn’t helping his mother at home, the scrawny …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 22 novembre 2015
Crippling power cuts fuel Zimbabwe's illegal logging trade

Crippling power cuts fuel Zimbabwe's illegal logging trade

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Author: Jeffrey Gogo     HARARE, Nov 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – In the dead of night, trucks loaded with illegally logged wood weave …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 8 novembre 2015
As drought destroys maize, Zimbabwe tries out new staples

As drought destroys maize, Zimbabwe tries out new staples

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   Author: Busani Bafana     JAMBEZI, Zimbabwe, Sept 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – For more than 20 years, Dalarex Ncube grew maize in arid …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 14 septembre 2015
FEATURE-Zimbabwe's desperate gold rush poisons children with mercury

FEATURE-Zimbabwe's desperate gold rush poisons children with mercury

  Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   Author: Andrew Mambondiyani     MUTARE, Zimbabwe, July 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Cynthia Dzimbati was exhausted. Her three-month-old baby strapped to her back …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 13 juillet 2015
ZIMBABWE - Le commerce des éléphants pour la sécurité et l’entretien des parcs

ZIMBABWE - Le commerce des éléphants pour la sécurité et l’entretien des parcs

L’exportation d’une vingtaine de jeunes éléphants de Harare vers la Chine est à l’origine de toutes les polémiques depuis le 7 juillet dernier. Selon le gouvernement zimbabwéen, cette vente est …

Par Ghislain Gandjonon, le 8 juillet 2015
Zimbabwe's 'solar pirates' create own jobs with laptop, solar panel

Zimbabwe's 'solar pirates' create own jobs with laptop, solar panel

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   Author: Jeffrey Gogo     HARARE, June 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – It’s 1.55 pm, and Nigel Mavhengere’s « street office » is set up: laptop, …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 8 juin 2015
INTERVIEW – BRYONY RHEAM : « Africa is far, far behind in terms of care of the environment »

INTERVIEW – BRYONY RHEAM : « Africa is far, far behind in terms of care of the environment »

Bryony Rheam was born in Kadoma, Zimbabwe. Her first novel, This September Sun, was published by amaBooks in 2009. And she is currently living in Ndola, Zambia.

Par Ake Review, le 5 mai 2015
As official data dries up, Zimbabwe's farmers gauge rainfall themselves

As official data dries up, Zimbabwe's farmers gauge rainfall themselves

  Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Author: Jeffrey Gogo     UZUMBA, Zimbabwe, March 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – T wo months after the first rains fell in Zunzanyika village last autumn, …

Par Jeffrey Gogo, le 12 mars 2015