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Mana Pools Conservation Agreement established for Zambia & Zimbabwe

John Cassim Zimbabwe and Zambian Ministers Mangaliso Ndlovu and Rodney Sikumba, after signing the LOZAMAP TFCA MoU in Harare. Harare, Zimbabwe – Zambia and Zimbabwe have established the Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools (LOZAMAP) TransFrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) after signing an MoU. The approach a few weeks ago by these two governments is meant to promote regional […]

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Painted dogs vulnerable during denning season

– visitors exploring Mana Pools and Hwange National Park must refrain from approaching den sites, painted dog experts have appealed. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – Wildlife experts have warned, getting closer to Painted dogs denning sites may result in slight disturbances that will cause the premature death of the puppies. According to a cautionary statement

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Zimbabwe minister warn operators in the Carbon Credit industry, to comply in two months

– we desire to see you regularize. I hope you will utilize the one month to two month window, so that we give those contracts a priority, Minister Ndlovu said. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe’s Environment Minister, Mangaliso Ndlovu, has warned all carbon trading operators to comply with the new Carbon Credit Framework. Ndlovu

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Mana Pools dries up due to climate change

– The 2019 drought left Mana Pools dry for the first time and two out of four have not recovered since then, officials revealed. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management (ZimParks) officials have expressed concern, Mana Pools are drying up owing to climate change. The 2019 drought left Mana Pools dry

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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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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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Green revolution turns Rwanda into a world bird viewing destination

– New revelations point to the ‘return of birds’ to Kigali, and potentially turning Rwanda’s capital into a world bird viewing destination. John Cassim/Johnson Kanamugire KIGALI, RWANDA – The capital city of Rwanda, Kigali, has recently seen a rise in the number of birds, which conservationists say could position ‘Africa’s Most Clean City’ into a

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Zimbabwe to help Malawi as Tropical Cyclone Freddy death toll rise to 522.

– To widen the scope of donations to Malawi, the Government is encouraging the private sector, national institutions and citizens to donate. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – The Zimbabwean government on Tuesday announced it will help Malawi, as officials in the region report that Tropical Cyclone Freddy has claimed 522 lives. This follows a deliberation

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Zimbabwe to commemorate International Day of Forest in biodiversity rich, Muzarabani

– Zimbabwe’s forests contain 492 million metric tons of carbon in living forest biomass hence forest conservation is essential. John Cassim HARAR, ZIMBABWE – The International Day of Forests, is commemorated each year on the 21st of March following a United Nations proclamation in 2012. Zimbabwe joins the world in these commemorations with an awareness event

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Mango production doubles after rigorous war with Alien Invasive Fruit Flies in the region.

– most of the farmers are now making losses of 30% or lower compared to 70% – 90% four years ago, icipe officials revealed. John Cassim MUREHWA, ZIMBABWE (CZ) – Mango production in Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe, has more than doubled owing to a fruit flies eradication program, that has seen farmers now reaping

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