Civil Engineer Makes History With 3D Road Safety Scheme

[263Chat] The power of optical illusions has been put to good use on London roads and the brain behind this innovative concept is Zimbabwean born Civil Engineer Urayayi Muvuti.

[263Chat] The power of optical illusions has been put to good use on London roads and the brain behind this innovative concept is Zimbabwean born Civil Engineer Urayayi Muvuti.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Communities Urged to Invest in Small Grains to Ensure Food Security

[263Chat] Marco Mare a plant breeder with the Crop Breeding Institute is convinced that policy makers have grossly neglected investment in small grains compared to maize, rice and wheat for example.

[263Chat] Marco Mare a plant breeder with the Crop Breeding Institute is convinced that policy makers have grossly neglected investment in small grains compared to maize, rice and wheat for example.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Investigating Break in At Minister Dlodlo’s Home

[News24Wire] The police have confirmed that they are investigating a case of housebreaking after an intruder gained access to Minister of Communications Ayanda Dlodlo’s Norwood home on Monday morning.

[News24Wire] The police have confirmed that they are investigating a case of housebreaking after an intruder gained access to Minister of Communications Ayanda Dlodlo's Norwood home on Monday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Quality Seeds Key to Food Security – Minister Made

[263Chat] Minister of Agriculture, Mechanization and Irrigation Development, Joseph Made has noted the importance of access and provision of quality seeds to ensuring food security, poverty reduction, safer trade and economic development.

[263Chat] Minister of Agriculture, Mechanization and Irrigation Development, Joseph Made has noted the importance of access and provision of quality seeds to ensuring food security, poverty reduction, safer trade and economic development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Young People Should Attend Mugabe’s Rallies – Mliswa

[263Chat] Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (YARD) leader and Norton member of parliament, Temba Mliswa has sensationally urged all young people in the country to attend Zanu PF youth interface rallies for them to get an opportunity to interact w…

[263Chat] Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (YARD) leader and Norton member of parliament, Temba Mliswa has sensationally urged all young people in the country to attend Zanu PF youth interface rallies for them to get an opportunity to interact with President Robert Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bloody Conversations – Talking to Girls About Their Bodies

[Daily Maverick] We need to engage girls on health education in order to demystify menstrual-related myths and break down unwritten rules and societal taboos, many of which have harmful implications. By GUGU NONJINGE.

[Daily Maverick] We need to engage girls on health education in order to demystify menstrual-related myths and break down unwritten rules and societal taboos, many of which have harmful implications. By GUGU NONJINGE.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

City of Harare Procure 30 Refuse Collection Trucks

[263Chat] City of Harare has procured a fleet of 30 refuse compactors and five rollers in a move that is aimed at recapitalizing the department of works to carryout its road rehabilitation and refuse collection mandate.

[263Chat] City of Harare has procured a fleet of 30 refuse compactors and five rollers in a move that is aimed at recapitalizing the department of works to carryout its road rehabilitation and refuse collection mandate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Niche Markets Influence Agricultural Commodity Prices

[263Chat] One of the most persistent myths in African agriculture is that commodity prices are set by traders, negatively referred to as ‘middlemen’. Paying lip service to understanding market dynamics has seen most interventions designed to get rid of…

[263Chat] One of the most persistent myths in African agriculture is that commodity prices are set by traders, negatively referred to as 'middlemen'. Paying lip service to understanding market dynamics has seen most interventions designed to get rid of 'middlemen' failing dismally. Working with agriculture markets for the past years has opened eMKambo's eyes to the role of niche markets and different classes of consumers in setting prices of diverse commodities. The power of consumers and niche markets to set commod

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