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Lake Kariba pollution riles stakeholders

The accumulated debris has reportedly now become a serious threat to human health.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 8, 2023

Kariba’s fishermen break traditions as output falls

Those who came before him were much less equipped to catch fish.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 2, 2023

‘FAO fisheries project to transform Zim economy’

Talla said project implementation was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, but a great milestone had been achieved in implementing project activities.
By Obert Siamilandu May. 31, 2023

Feature: Life on the edge of storms and plummeting volumes

Scouring through Lake Kariba’s richest hunting grounds is a daily routine that many of its fishermen look forward to.
By Obert Siamilandu May. 19, 2023

Overfishing depleting Kariba yields: Govt

Ndhlovu said several factors which include overfishing and the use of unsustainable fishing practices were to blame for the decline
By Obert Siamilandu May. 10, 2023

Zambezi River Authority further limits Kariba Dam water usage

But last year, the two countries slipped into a crisis after water levels on Lake Kariba dropped drastically, triggering debilitating power crises on both sides of the Zambezi.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 28, 2023

ZRA to mediate in Zim, Zambia border impasse

The two countries share a boundary on Lake Kariba, which is not clearly demarcated in many places because of the vastness of the 300-kilometre-long water body.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 14, 2023

Kariba fishermen in sex for fish trade

The problem, which involved sex workers trading sex for fish, is now rife at fishing camps dotted around Lake Kariba.
By Vanessa Gonye and Obert Siamilandu Apr. 11, 2023

Climate change affecting Lake Kariba

A drop in water levels has seen Zimbabwe and Zambia cutting down hydro-electricity generation.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 8, 2023