Zimbabwe's efforts in eliminating malaria have paid off. Cases are down to zero in 20 out of 63 districts.
Some countries in southern Africa have used apps in the fight against covid-19. It has been beneficial according to a study. Now, Zimbabwe has developed an app that helps the user recognize symptoms.
Zimbabwe wants to invest in nuclear energy, and there is a lot pointing towards SMR:s, small modular reactors.
Zambian Breweries has created a much-needed water supply securing water for over 40 000 households.
The SCRiKA Projects objective is to strengthen the adaptive capacity of rural communities to better respond to current climate variability and long-term consequences of climate change in the Kafue sub-basin in Zambia.
Founded by four passionate young Africans, epione.net is a healthcare company that is using technology to solve what they believe is Africa's biggest healthcare challenge – a siloed approach to patient management and treatment.
A new application system uses artificial intelligence to detect the presence of malaria parasites in the blood cell of a patient, by just submitting a picture of the patient’s blood cell.
Governments across the globe are making efforts to reduce carbon emissions and Zimbabwe is no exception. The Southern African country is now putting policies in place to promote electric vehicles together with renewable energy.