Government has put Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) up for sale as part of its efforts to turn around loss-making parastatals. President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration promised to revitalise the economy when it came to power in 2017, indicating it would dispose of its shareholding in most State entities most of which performed poorly in recent years, and continued to drain public funds.
Govt Seeks to Privatise Parks
The Herald, 22 July 2019
Government is planning to privatise the commercial side of the national parks and is currently seeking investors as it aims to make maximum profit of the entity. Read more »
Govt Puts Zimparks Up for Sale
New Zimbabwe, 15 July 2019
Government's push to privatise loss making parastatals has moved a notch up after putting the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) up for sale. Read more »
Ivory Trade a Possibility - Mupfumira
Zimbabwe Independent, 12 July 2019
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 »
Parastatal Advances Township Tourism
The Herald, 8 July 2019
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) continues to direct its efforts towards the advancement of township tourism and last week the organisation took to the streets of Mbare to… Read more »
New Era Beckons for Zimparks
The Herald, 5 July 2019
The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Authority (ZimParks) is set to be restructured, with its commercial assets division being separated from other operations to unlock… Read more »
Former Wildlife Boss Acquitted in U.S.$3 Million Saga
The Herald, 7 March 2018
Former Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority director-general Mr Edson Chidziya, accused of concealing an audit report in 2015, which exposed the theft of 56 rhino horns… Read more »
Zimbabwe is doubling down as it tries to reduce its high population elephants. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has mentioned Angola as a potential buyer as the country looks to ... Read more »
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