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‘UK hunting Bill torments Zim’

Revenues into the hunting sector alone are projected to hit US$9 million this year, from US$3 million in 2022, driven by increasing arrivals in the aftermath of the pandemic.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 21, 2023

ZimParks sets up human-wildlife conflict fund

Mutema said they were also managing animals that stray into communities neighbouring wildlife parks with the help of other organisations to avoid further human-wildlife conflicts.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Mar. 13, 2023

DeMbare axe 3 executive members

The axe fell on treasurer Moses Chikwariro, committee member for development Francis Madzinga and club spokesperson Tinashe Farawo.
By Terry Madyauta Feb. 8, 2023

Punitive laws drive sexual minorities away from HIV services

AHF is a global non-profit organisation providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 1 700 000 people in 45 countries, including Zimbabwe. 
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023

Managing wildlife benefiting communities

ZimParks spokesperson Tinashe Farawo said the partnership had helped the authority to enhance wildlife management programmes in Zimbabwe.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 29, 2022

Poaching in Kariba worries authorities

Speaking to journalists during the tour, ZimParks spokesperson Tinashe Farawo said authorities had noted the low catches on Lake Kariba.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 27, 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

Lack of funding cripples ZimParks compensation efforts

Zimbabwe has been witnessing an upsurge in incident of human-wildlife conflict, with poor communities suffering the most.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 26, 2022

Zim seeks Cites dialogue

“Our problem as Africans is we don’t speak with one voice,” Farawo said.
By Sindiso Dube Sep. 25, 2022