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Zimbabwe's sign language has several variations that inhibit communication among deaf people, according to a new study. The research titled: "Sign Language Variation Research Report," was conducted in the ten provinces of the country confirmed anecdotal evidence among the deaf community that there are sign

Zimbabwean children aged 0-15 lack access to interesting, dynamic and relevant local literature to fire up their imaginations and creativity. As a result, they have no choice but consume sub standard, foreign literature that has little to no resonance with their lived reality. While there is

I first found out about Cecil the Lion online. That he was dead and brewing a furore did not really faze me. But in retrospect, my animal totem is lion so I should have been naturally concerned. It's not that Zimbabweans don't care about animal.

By Chief K.Masimba Biriwasha | Global Editor At Large AS we all know, Africa has huge, multifaceted challenges. To overcome these challenges requires new, innovative solutions. These solutions must be informed and driven from the ground, i.e., by the needs of the people of Africa. Innovations

Since it was founded in 2013, iSpace has grown to become a leading space for innovators, tech entrepreneurs, designers, developers, geeks and technology lovers in Accra, Ghana's capital city. iSpace provides an opportunity for tech enthusiasts in Ghana to come together in a shared facility and work

Hivos Southern Africa Hub in partnership with Practical Action, Oxfam, ZERO and Zimbabwe Energy Council (ZEC) recently conducted a tour of mini hydro projects in Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands region aimed at exposing media professionals to the benefits of sustainable energy especially to marginalized communities. The projects