Zimbabwe: Move to Restore Forestry Resources Hailed
Players in the timber industry have welcomed proposed interventions by Government to restore forestry resources through a reversal of haphazard resettlements in estates and… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Beira Port Container Terminal Increases
The central Mozambican port of Beira has more than tripled its capacity to handle containers, reports said on Wednesday. Reports from Mozambique said Deputy Transport Minister… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Makandiwa's Church Donates to Flood Victims
United Family International Church (UFIC) has donated an assortment of clothes and foodstuffs worth hundreds of dollars to 434 people who were recently affected by flash floods… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Gweru to Ration Water
The City of Gweru, left with only a week's supply of water treatment chemicals, is considering introducing water rationing until the chemicals are restocked. In an interview, mayor… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Borehole Drilling Project Begins
The Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate is spearheading a $4,5 million borehole drilling project under the Command Water Harvesting Programme. The programme, which is meant… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Lions Terrorise Chimanimani Villagers
Villagers in the Tiya area of Chimanimani are living in fear of lions that are believed to have escaped from Devure Range in Bikita and have reportedly killed three cattle in the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Council Water Safer Than Borehole Water'
Harare City Council has urged residents to avoid drinking borehole water as it may be contaminated. This came out at last week's full council meeting. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Stray Lions Haunt Villagers
A pride of lions believed to have escaped from the Save Valley Conservancy is reportedly on the prowl in Bikita and has killed more than 150 livestock over the past few months. Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Environment, Climate Thrived Under Mugabe, but Only'
One thing is sure: ex-president Robert Mugabe had weaknesses, but under his administration of 37 years, the environment and climate sectors reported marked progress. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Suspected Typhoid Cases in Bulawayo
Two suspected typhoid cases have been reported at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo. According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care weekly surveillance report, the two cases… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Will U.S. Boost Elephant Conservation?
The US has lifted a ban on elephant trophies from here and Zambia, three years after outlawing the practice that allowed American hunters to bring the trophies home. Read more »
Zimbabwe: China Must Not Ban Ivory Trade
The former Secretary-General of the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora (CITES) has warned China not to give in to animal rights groups'… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Water Crisis Hits Chiredzi
Chiredzi town has been hit by a crippling water shortage after water conveyancing pipes at the treatment plant burst. The shortages have resulted in the emergence of a black… Read more »
Zimbabwe: What Role Can Carbon Tax Play to Achieve Climate Goals?
Since 2001 when Zimbabwe started to put a price on carbon for fuel, ostensibly to curb greenhouse gas emissions, petrol and diesel consumption has expanded rapidly ever since. For… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Gweru Needs U.S.$30 Million for Sewer
Gweru City Council requires $30 million to overhaul its sewer system, which is failing to meet the demand of the city's growing population. The city has two sewer plants… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Tigere Explores Wildlife Through Sculpture
At the age of five Tendekayi Tigere was learning the art of stone-carving from his father and uncle. Narrating his beginning, Tigere said he found it interesting and he started… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Lightning Shuts Bulawayo Airport
Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport in Bulawayo was temporarily closed on Tuesday night after the Traffic Control Tower was struck by lightning, resulting in a blackout… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Respect Paris Climate Accord, Govt Tells U.S.
Zimbabwe and other developing countries that will attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23) have called on the United States of America to respect the Paris… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Govt Launches District Risk Profiles
Government has launched District Risk Profiles through the Food and Nutrition Council (FNC) in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) to gather information that will… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Is Harare Now a Huge Sewerage Pond?
The outbreak of typhoid in Harare last week torched a heated debate on social media with some observers blaming the city fathers for the scourge whilst others wanted to pin it on… Read more »
Zimbabwe: We're Winning War On Typhoid - Council
Over 30 cases of typhoid were confirmed in Harare's oldest suburb of Mbare as of yesterday, while three patients were still admitted at Beatrice Road Infectious Hospital after the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Climate Authorities Warn of Thunderstorms
The Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has warned of scattered thunderstorms in parts of the country today and urged people to take precautionary measures such as avoiding… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Govt to Get U.S.$52 Million for Environment Initiatives
Zimbabwe is set to receive $52 million funding under the Global Environment Facility for strengthening bio-diversity and ecosystems management and climate-smart landscapes in the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Typhoid Outbreak Hits Harare
Seventeen cases of typhoid have been confirmed at Matapi Flats in Mbare and authorities have since set up a 24-hour clinic to manage patients. The city's director for health… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Water Charges Have to Cover Costs, Be Fair
Harare City Council has for a generation muddled along with a colonial pricing system for water despite the fact that the models it was based on are no longer appropriate or… Read more »
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