Young scientists to be funded to get products on the market

By Tapiwa Machemedze Commercialisation of local research products is set to be propelled through innovation hubs which provide a key connection between the academia and industry in line with the…

Vumbachikwe Mine sets an example in environmental stewardship

By Providence Maraneli Gwanda-based Vumbachikwe Mine is taking the lead in waste management after investing US$2.5 million in the construction of tailings storage facility. This comes as mining giants around…

Development and adaption of new technologies critical in lowering emissions

By Kenias Chivuzhe Zimbabwe continues to mainstream climate change mitigation and adaption measures with players in the transport sector proposing a number of policy interventions. Greenhouse gas emissions came under…

Call to strengthen local content amplified

By Davison Vandira Local content enthusiasts have called on domestic manufacturers to scale up their efforts as events unfolding in South Africa may distract supply chains to the detriment of…

Chirumhanzu carbon steel plant gets buy-in

By Tafara Chikumira A multi-million carbon steel project in Chirumanzu has received the necessary buy-in from the local community, amid optimism that it will transform livelihoods. The project, fronted by…

Bus assembling project key milestone for Zimbabwe

By Davison Vandira Zimbabwe’s import substitution strategy is bearing fruit in the wake of revelations that the country’s bus assembling project is taking shape. The assembling of buses by Deven…

Mining sector investments paying off: President Mnangagwa

The mining sector continues to steadily gravitate towards the attainment of its goal of a US$12 billion mining industry by 2023 through greenfield and brownfield investments, says President Emmerson Mnangagwa.…

AfDB okays three-year Zim plan

By Stanley James The African Development Bank (AfDB) board of directors has approved a three-year strategic plan for Zimbabwe, focusing on the revival of the mining, agriculture and the Small…

Zimbabwe and Zambia seek to unlock value from mining rights held by PAMDC

By Luckmore Safuli Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa have resolved to adopt urgent interventions to fully operationalise the Pan-African Mining Development Corporation (PAMDC) and manage it in the best interest…

UK queen has to step into debate over Philip’s funeral outfits: media

BRITAIN’S Queen Elizabeth has stepped in to settle a problem over what senior royals should wear to her husband’s funeral, because of concerns about whether Prince Harry and Prince Andrew…