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Feature: Zim wants aviation competition to boost travel

CTC says travellers have experienced significant reduction in prices of air tickets post-deregulation.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 21, 2022

Tsholotsho community launches dams desiltation programme

The council’s chief executive Nkululeko Sibanda said US$45 000 was earmarked for the programme.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 3, 2022

Zim’s dilemma over deadly elephant attacks

Zimbabwe has proposed to Cites that certain provisions that restrict the trade of raw ivory and elephant leather be relaxed
By Newsday Dec. 2, 2022

Feature: Zimbabwe’s stunning 80km safari train

This led British colonial officials and wildlife experts to question the wisdom of creating a protected area for animals that would be flanked by a functioning train.
By Bbc News Dec. 1, 2022

Vultures could face extinction at Hwange National Park

The authority says vultures have rapidly become some of the most threatened families of birds because their breeding habitat is being destroyed.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 17, 2022

Communities battle upsurge in wildlife-livestock diseases

Chaitezvi said these diseases included TB, rabies, tsetse and FMD, which were impacting negatively on both the livestock sector and wildlife.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Oct. 9, 2022

Conservationists help tackle poaching in Hwange

Poachers, who included villagers from rural outposts such as Tsholotsho and Hwange used cyanide to kill the elephants for their ivory.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Sep. 11, 2022

Zimparks, IFAW partnership allows wildlife to flourish in Hwange National Park

A big lioness took its position under the cool shed of massive tree on the edge of a watering hole
By Admin Sep. 4, 2022

Cross border thieves target region’s game reserves

Several solar panels have been stolen from boreholes dotted around Hwange National Park, Kazuma Pan National Park and the Zambezi National Park by suspected thieves from neighbouring Zambia.

By The Standard Jul. 24, 2022