The Herald (Harare)

Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city.

Website: http://www.herald.co.zw/index.php#


October 12, 2012

  • Zimbabwe: Leopards Attack Livestock

    VILLAGERS in Chituripasi area under Chief Matibe here are concerned about the continued loss of livestock to stray leopards. The wild animals are reported to have strayed from... Read more »



October 11, 2012

  • Zimbabwe: Lions Maul Woman in Bumi Hills

    GAME scouts on patrol in the Bumi Hills area of Kariba District last week stumbled upon the lower torso of a woman suspected to have been killed by lions. Members of the Bumi Hills... Read more »



October 03, 2012

  • Zimbabwe: 19 Jumbos Die

    At least 19 elephants and two rhinos have died at Hwange National Park due to lack of water as the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority of Zimbabwe battles to raise US$100 000... Read more »



October 01, 2012

  • Zimbabwe: Save the Rhino

    A PRIMARY school girl commenting on the plight of the rhino on South African television last week said: "We must conserve the rhino. If we don't, that means the Big Five is dead.... Read more »



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September 18, 2012

  • Zimbabwe: Hyenas Wreak Havoc

    Villagers in Maramani communal lands west of Beitbridge Town have raised alarm over marauding hyenas that have been killing their livestock for the past three months. The wild... Read more »

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