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El Niño drought hits Zim hard

This year, through a very uneven season, farmers have tried and tried to get a crop.
By Ian Scoones Apr. 9, 2024

Price of mealie-meal has dropped, says CCZ

Prices of mealie-meal shot through the roof in the past few weeks as retailers and suppliers sought to capitalise on the drought-induced shortages in the country.
By Brent Shamu Apr. 3, 2024

Food insecurity fears mount

The Zimdollar is currently trading at US$11:ZWL$21 000 in supermarkets and 1:32 000 on the parallel market.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 1, 2024

EditorialComment: Tackle food, water shortages

The government started rolling out food assistance across 56 of the country’s 60 districts last month, with selected households receiving rations comprising of 10kg of grain per month.
By The Standard Mar. 17, 2024

Hungers stalks Lupane villagers

A village from Dongamuzi, Stephen Mnkandla, appealed to the government to intervene with food aid.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 17, 2024

Demand for the US dollar remains elevated

Maize grain and maize flour are the main foods consumed by all households in Zimbabwe.
By Amh Voices Mar. 16, 2024

Let’s wake up, smell coffee

The amount distributed so far, is a drop in the ocean compared to the more than 100 000 tonnes pledged by government to cover the January to March lean period.
By Newsday Mar. 7, 2024

FewsNet warns of hunger crisis

Water stress has also impacted the germination and growth of crops, with some farmers reporting total crop failure.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 6, 2024

Feature: Farmers’ hope wilt as crops wither under drought’s grip

The World Food Programme warns that nearly eight million people in Zimbabwe face hunger, a number that could rise if the rains do not come soon.
By Problem Masau Feb. 19, 2024