I am a journalist with Agriconnect Communication Media. An organisation that publishes magazines. I started my career in Harare Zimbabwe with the Zimbabwe Information Services as an information officer. I then joined the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Cooperation as a television reporter before moving to Witswatersrand University in South Africa to do my MA in Mass Communication in 1998.
After completion of my masters in 1999 I joined the British Broadcasting Corporation as a correspondent based in Harare. BBC was then banned from reporting from Zimbabwe.
I then joined The Daily News as features editor. The paper also based in Zimbabwe and was shut down by government. I then moved to The Tribune Newspapers Group as a political editor, which was also closed down by the Zimbabwean government in 2004.
I then got a fellowship from the NSJ to go as a consultant editor in Swaziland. I was consultant at the Swazi Observer for six months on its political and general news desk and made great changes their.
After the completion of my programme in 2004 I moved to South Africa and joined Caxton Magazines as an agriculture, environment and climate change senior journalist up to 2007 March. I then left Caxton Magazines to join my current employer, Agriconnect Communications Media as its agriculture, environment and climate change editor for the African Desk.
I also do write for other world media organisations such as, Africa News, Spore, Reuters, BBC on Line.
I am a specilised environmental, agricultural and climate change journalist. I was also trained for one year by Climate Change Media Partnership on its 2009-2010 fellowship.
I have covered major events such as COP and other major climate change event.