Kwekwe at Risk of Collapse

A recent Government study, conducted by the Zimbabwe National Geospatial and Space Agency (ZINGSA), reveals the risk of collapse facing Kwekwe due to a network of illegal mining tunnels. These tunnels, stretching up to 1.5 kilometres beneath the city’s central business district
April 21, 2024
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Harare Struggles with Garbage Crisis

Harare City is facing a mounting challenge with garbage collection, as the city generates nearly 1,000 tonnes of solid waste daily, while its fleet of 25 refuse trucks can only manage to collect 360 tonnes per day. This imbalance has worsened the
April 21, 2024
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Debate Arises on Cloud Seeding in UAE Floods

As desert nation of UAE grapples with unprecedented rainfall, causing flooding that wreaks havoc on highways and Dubai’s airport, speculation regarding the potential role of cloud seeding abound. On Wednesday, efforts to recover commenced after the heaviest rain ever recorded inundated Dubai
April 18, 2024

Zimbabwe Declares Emergency Amid El Nino Drought

Zimbabwe has aligned with Zambia and Malawi in announcing a state of disaster in response to a crippling drought that is engulfing much of southern Africa. President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the emergency during a speech on Wednesday, urging for two billion dollars
April 4, 2024

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