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Historic US$50 million boost for Zimbabwe conservation

– The revised agreement begins immediately and commits the partnership to a further 25 years with an expected investment of about US$50M over that time, IFAW top official said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) has signed a historic 25-year agreement to secure a US$50 million partnership, to support […]

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Climate Change affects all the rights of children in Zimbabwe: Swedish Ambassador

– climate change is making it very difficult for parents to put food on the table and this is affecting children more, Swedish Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Asa Pehrson said. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – The Swedish Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Ms Asa Pehrson, has hinted climate change is affecting all the rights of children in

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Zimbabwe records 60% spike of veld fire incidents and deaths

-The total area burnt increased by 60.92% compared to 2021, while 18 fire related deaths were recorded in 2022 compared to 8 in 2021, Environment Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – Speaking ahead of the launch of the 2023 National Fire Week launch, Zimbabwean Environment Minister, Mangaliso Ndlovu, on Monday revealed, 2022

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Chilli repellent help increase harvest in Zimbabwe

– The chilli repellent has reduced human – wildlife conflict when both animals and humans would be fighting for food, Godfrey Mpofu a beneficiary revealed. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – Chilli fences have brought some relief to Godfrey Mpofu aged 57, who for the first time this year, has harvested enough to take him through,

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ConserveZim, commemorates World Press Freedom Day

John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – May 3rd, is World Press Freedom Day, and this year as ConserveZim, we mark the 30th year of this UN International Day.  This year’s theme as defined by UNESCO is, “Shaping a Future of Rights: Freedom of expression as a driver for all other human rights.” Press freedom and reliable

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Ken Sharpe pledges to revive the environment around West Property projects

– at least US$ 1 million has been set aside to revamp the wetland within the Mellenium Heights property area, Ken Sharpe said. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Kenneth Sharpe, the Chief Executive Officer of West Property Holdings, has promised to restore the environment within the parameters of his projects. Sharpe made the remarks recently

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African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) train wildlife officials in anti-poaching skills

– These trainings have continued to recognise the importance and capabilities of the girl child for gender balance and equality, a wildlife official said. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – At least 15 trainees drawn from the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) and the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA), have graduated in anti-poaching skills on

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Zimbabwe seized with effects of climate change, land degradation in agriculture and mining

– regulations to reduce land degradation and deforestation are being tightened especially in mining areas, Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – While speaking during the 43rd Independence celebrations in Mt Darwin, Mashonaland Central, on 18 April, President Emmerson Mnangagwa pointed out that his administration is continuing to de-risk and climate proof agriculture.

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Bird lovers in Zimbabwe worry over extinction of Vultures

– Vulture species are declining because of agriculture which is taking up so much space for animal life, hence less food but poisoning is killing more, a bird lover revealed. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Vultures are essential for human health as they play a fundamental role that no other birds do, of cleaning our

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Climate Change decelerates progress on the 2030 SDGs and its 17 goals

– Zimbabwe was equally affected by climate change in 2022, the Joint Steering Committee of the 2022-2026 Zimbabwe UN SDGs for the year 2022. has revealed. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Climate Change coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic and conflicts such as the Russia-Ukraine have created spin-off impacts on food and nutrition, health, education, the

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