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ZimParks, IFAW in US$50m partnership

ZimParks director-general Fulton Mangwanya said the partnership would have a lasting impact to the turnaround of Hwange National Park.
By Sydney Kawadza May. 19, 2023

New Makona ranger camp zeroes in on poaching

The modernised Makona camp is expected to reduce human- wildlife conflicts and poaching in a place which was once a wildlife poaching hotspot.
By Sindiso Dube May. 14, 2023

‘Wildlife conservation bearing fruits’

Mufute said Zimbabwe has not received any incidences of elephant poaching in protected areas like Mana Pools.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 25, 2023

Midlands records spike in human-wildlife conflicts

Brighton Mlingo Magumbedze, a 37-year-old from ward 28 under Chief Chireya said wildlife attacks had increased in recent times.
By Vanessa Gonye and Obert Siamilandu Apr. 22, 2023

‘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

Rangers move to wildlife ‘hotspot’

Hwange National Park is now home to about 50 000 elephants, which far outweighs its 15 000 carrying capacity.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 21, 2023

Vic Falls rainforest court case rages

Campaigners fighting the deal were led by Lawrence Norton, together with Trymore Ndolo and eight others.
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 21, 2023

Dangerous animals force children out of schools

In remote and marginalised areas where human wildlife conflict is rife, there is a critical shortage of teaching staff while in some instances; children are forced to learn under trees.
By Edgar Gweshe and Tapiwa Zivira Apr. 9, 2023

Human-wildlife conflicts rise in Hwange

An international ban on the trade in wildlife products and species is blamed for an increase in the elephant population in Hwange.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 8, 2023