Skills training in Zimbabwe excludes students from poor backgrounds. The informal sector should be used as a training ground for them.
Beitbridge and Musina are two border towns in Zimbabwe and South Africa that see many migrants pass through – with different health needs.
The future is bleak for Zimbabwe’s healthcare unless there are serious long-term reforms to build resilience.
Zimbabwe’s central bank should focus on tackling the underlying drivers of inflation rather than blaming the war in Ukraine.
PrEP enables adolescent girls and young women to protect themselves from HIV without having to convince a partner to use a condom at the time of sex.
Thousands of plant species are used in African traditional medicine. Extracts from some of these plants are part of important pharmaceutical drugs.
Moore did not unearth any treasures in his research of Mugabe’s legacy. He has not even drawn a map that might lead us to them.
Researchers have long argued that greywater could bolster South Africa’s food security if it’s used to water domestic food gardens.
The decolonisation process was to take place rapidly during the reign of Elizabeth II.
Ensuring the participation of ordinary citizens and producers in the industry is the big challenge facing African states.
Collectively, the evidence studied by ichnologists helps to paint a picture of long-gone landscapes and the creatures and plants that populated those spaces.
Refugee law puts humanitarianism above considerations of state sovereignty.
Despite regular incidents of anti-migrant violence, peaceful and mutually beneficial relationships between South Africans and migrants can and do exist.
The informal sector in Zimbabwe is massive. Finding ways to connect it to the formal sector is vital.
The state controls and regulates small farmers’ environmental practices without addressing what forces them to follow these practices.
Synik’s new album continues to shape identity and consciousness in a country with limited freedom of speech.
Saponins from plants can destroy viruses and other microorganisms in the same way commercial soaps and detergents do.
Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the world’s most sunlit regions. A prototype generator uses that sunlight in place of diesel to support unreliable electricity grids.
Continuous growth of energy production and consumption, even from low carbon energy sources, could create more problems than solutions.
The countries share related populations, economies, ecologies and epidemiologies. This interconnectedness highlights challenges and opportunities for more effective malaria control across the region.