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Youths key to reducing Kariba overfishing: FAO

AWF country director, Olivia Mufute said youth engagement was a welcome development for posterity.
By Nhau Mangirazi Nov. 13, 2023

Lone gunman a Parks Officer: Police

Residents were concerned about him being in civilian clothes due to a spate of robberies in which firearms have been used.
By Rex Mphisa Oct. 25, 2023

Hwange National Park gets new tourism complex

Speaking at an event to officially launch the project, the minister said the complex would significantly improve the visitor experience at Zimbabwe’s flagship park. 
By Own Correspondent Oct. 22, 2023

Life-changing international hunting benefits the world cannot ignore

Where there was no access to basic health, international hunting revenue has supported the construction of Masoka Clinic.
By Emmanuel Koro Oct. 13, 2023

Global conservation cowards harming people and wildlife

Much of that sympathy is directed towards Africa’s big five and nothing raises the level of sympathy more than opposing the culling of elephants.
By Emmanuel Koro Oct. 6, 2023

El Nino: Spare a thought for rural poor

These are areas that suffer interminable droughts or flooding in the best of years - what more in an El Nino year?
By Taruvinga Magwiroto Sep. 29, 2023

4 feared dead in Kariba boat accident

Department of Water and Inland Lake captain Adan Nyekete confirmed the accident saying investigations were underway.
By Obert Siamilandu Sep. 18, 2023

Urgency required to stem human-wildlife conflict

According to a report by a civic organisation, Habakkuk Trust, the hyenas are moving in cackles of up to 10 preying on livestock.
By Newsday Sep. 16, 2023

Kariba’s Kasese housing scheme takes shape

The project resumed in May this year after an abrupt stop due to the expiry of an environmental impact assessment and other legal matters.
By Obert Siamilandu Aug. 14, 2023