Andrew Mambondiyani is a journalist based in Mutare, Zimbabwe with more than 10 years journalism and media consultancy experience. Between 2010 and 2011 he served as a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at Massachusetts institute of Technology (USA). In 2008 he served as a Middlebury Environment Journalism Fellow in USA. His journalism work has appeared in various local and international media organisations including YES! Magazine (USA), OneWorld Magazine (Netherlands), Thomson Reuters Foundation (UK), BBC (UK), Mongabay.com, Inter Press Services, Aljazeera, Eos, Yale E360 (USA), SciDev.net (UK),Centrepoint Now (USA) and Opendemocracy.net (UK) among others. He has a special interest in climate change, agriculture, sustainable development and the environment in general.
THE INNOVATIVE NEW PROJECT SAVING ZIMBABWE’S BEES FROM EXTINCTION Bees have been struggling to survive in Zimbabwe - but this radical sanctuary programme could be the answer.