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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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Gundo a wildlife blessing from Vic Falls to Walt Disney

– I will be working as a tour guide in their park and sharing the benefits of wildlife conservation, Zimbabwean born Blessed Gundo revealed. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Blessed Gundo, a 30-year-old male safari guide from Victoria Falls, will for the next 12 months, be working at the Walt Disney Park and Resort, in

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SOCIETY for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) explains Pit-bull’s behaviour

John Cassim  HARARE, ZIMBABWE – There have been news reports of late, regarding the death of a security guard, a property owner in Bulawayo and in a separate incident, of a child, (just to mention a few) killed by PIT-BULLS.  The tragic events left many Zimbabweans, with mixed reactions such as shock and disbelief  The reports have

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Environmental regulator in Zimbabwe averts secondary deaths from mining and farming activities

– I was taught that cyanide kills, I don’t want to die prematurely hence I have leant to take all the measures to save my life, a mine worker in Sanyati said. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – In 2015, poachers killed at least 300 elephants after poisoning water points with cyanide in Hwange National Park.

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Tropical Cyclone Freddy death toll in Malawi rise to 190

John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe The death toll in Malawi owing to the effects of Tropical Cyclone Freddy has risen to 190, the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) in the Office of the President and Cabinet has revealed. “A total of 13, 099 households (approximately 58,946 people) have been affected, out of which 4,305 (approximately

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