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.
55 solar power projects have been licensed across the Southern African country. When ready they will have an installed total capacity 1190.88 MW.
Elephant beehive fencing protects the crops and provides safety for farmers. The honey from the bees also means an additional income, writes Khumbu Muleya, Warp News reporter in Zimbabwe.
Pfumvudza is a conservation agriculture practice emphasizing intensifying production on a smaller unit area rather than spreading fewer inputs over a large piece of land.