Africa Posts

SA Company To Launch Solar Chargers

By Best Masinire , 09 , Nov 2013


South African company, World Panel Inc is set to launch hand-held solar chargers at AfricaCom event in South Africa next week targeting sub-Saharan market where most households are yet to .. Read More →

Wood Saving Stoves Set To Help Rural Communities

By Correspondent , 08 , Nov 2013


Kudzai Makanyanga Walking long distances and high deforestation rates are now a thing of the past for Msheleni Villagers in Umzigwane district of Zimbabwe. Following the rolling out of a .. Read More →

Upcoming Stone Sculptor Oozes With Confidence

By Correspondent , 07 , Nov 2013


BY EVANS MURANGANWA Born 27 years ago in Guruve rural area of Zimbabwe, Priveledge Garadi has worked under the guidance of Revered artist Tapfuma Gutsa and is sure of making .. Read More →

Stanbic Thunders Commence Preparations For Volleyball Zone Six Games

By Correspondent , 07 , Nov 2013


Kudzai Makanyanga Sports Correspondent Harare Volleyball league 2013 champions Stanbic Thunders have intensified they preparations ahead of the Zone Six Volley games to be hosted in Mbabane Swaziland early December. .. Read More →

Zimbabwe`s MDC 99 Merges With NCA Party

By Correspondent , 07 , Nov 2013


BY EVANS MURANGANWA Former legislator of St Mary’s and the leader of MDC 99 Job Sikhala has confirmed the merging of his party and the Madhuku-led NCA party at a .. Read More →

Brain Drain Holding Africa`s Development

By Best Masinire , 06 , Nov 2013


When Mary’s parents went to America her life changed abruptly, she now receives monarchs full of fashionable cloths, and recently she moved from the ghetto to the suburb. Her pockets .. Read More →

Regional Integration Can Boost Economic Growth

By Lazarus Sauti , 05 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Professor Mthuli Ncube, African Development Bank vice president and chief economist, believes greater regional integration can act as a buffer for possible future economic crises. He said .. Read More →

Infrastructure Key To Africa`s Development

By Lazarus Sauti , 04 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Poorly planned and under-developed infrastructure is one of the greatest impediments to improved intra-Africa trade and is proving to be a problem to improving the lives of .. Read More →

Soil Fertility Under Threat: Wits Scientist

By Lazarus Sauti , 04 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Mary Scholes, Professor in the School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences at Wits University in South Africa says soil productivity is being severely impacted by erosion, .. Read More →