He writes about agriculture, climate change, environment, marine sciences, health, higher education, sustainable development, and science in general.
Munyaradzi Makoni is a freelance science journalist from Zimbabwe who lives in Cape Town. He writes about agriculture, climate change, environment, marine sciences, health, higher education, sustainable development, and science in general. He was Canada’s International Development Research Centre-Research Africa science journalism fellow in 2012. His journalism work has appeared in various media organizations including Africa Renewal, Forskning & Framsteg, Intellectual Property Watch, IPS, SciDev.net, Thomson Reuters Foundation and University World News, among others. Previously he worked for Moto magazine in Zimbabwe for seven years as an assistant editor, before starting on reporting science in 2009 in South Africa. He has a diploma in Communications and Journalism. He is currently studying at the University of South Africa for a BA in Communication Science.