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Zimbabwe: Ivory Trade a Possibility - Mupfumira
Tourism minister Prisca Mupfumira is upbeat that Zimbabwe's proposal for the lifting on the ban of ivory trade will pass during this year's Conference of the Parties (Cop) 18… Read more »
Southern Africa: 'Parties Have Final Say On Sale of Ivory'
Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia have been calling on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) to lift the ban on the trade… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Global Warming - Is Solar Energy Best Way to Go?
For about 30 years, the potentially devastating effect of heat-trapping emissions has been gracing pages of the global press, as well as dominating regional and global fora at… Read more »
Southern Africa: Climate Change in SADC - Negative Conditions Lurk
One of the most pressing problems facing Zimbabwe and all Sadc countries in the coming years will be climate change. The long-term consequences of the changes expected by the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Cyclone Survivors Start Picking Up the Pieces
A MIDDLE-AGED woman walks along a rugged muddy road holding a rusty shovel, singing a popular Christian hymn Hatina musha panyika (We have no home on earth). Read more »
Zimbabwe: Story Behind Cyclone Destruction
The damage caused by Cyclone Idai could have been significantly minimised had government paid attention to warnings about serious environmental degradation in Chimanimani, it has… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Of Cyclone Idai and a Benevolent Ruler
"We receive our fuel through the pipeline and it has not been disturbed by the rains. We will not be affected by anything at all." Read more »
Zimbabwe: Cyclone Survivors Get Massive Support
While Zimbabwe's cash-strapped government was sluggish in its initial response to the devastating Cylone Idai before releasing RTGS$50 million and deploying the army to clear roads… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Race Against Time to Curb Cholera
Stewart Murambiwa's snow-white teeth appear too big for his mouth; his arms and limbs look like they belong to a little boy and not the 27-year-old man he is. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Loses Mazowe Dam, Citrus
Former first lady Grace Mugabe's unbridled ambition to build a vast business empire in the scenic Mazowe area of Mashonaland Central province has suffered a major setback after the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Rescued Elephants Begin Their Journey Back to the Wild
A major milestone was reached by Zimbabwe Elephant Nursery (ZEN) after the first six rescued elephants were trans-located from the Rescue Facility near to Harare, to the Re-Wilding… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Safari Operators Record 5% Upturn in Revenues
Safri Operators Association of Zimbabwe (Soaz) has registered a 5% growth in revenue in the first quarter of 2018 on the back of improved country perception and lifting of the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Harare Council Gets U.S.$144 Million From China Exim Bank
In recent months, Harare has experienced water problems which the local authority has attributed to ageing infrastructure Read more »
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