Wildlife

Zimbabwe investigates mysterious death of 16 buffalos in Matetsi

-Veterinaries have taken samples for testing to ascertain the cause of death of the 16 buffaloes, a ZimParks official has confirmed. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Wildlife officials in Zimbabwe have announced, some investigations are being conducted to establish the cause of the death of 16 buffalos on Tuesday this week, in Matetsi near Hwange […]

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IFAW intensifies its fight to end poaching in Zambia’s Lukusuzi National Park.

-This is a major leap forward in addressing the perennial problems of poaching of wildlife, in the MAZALA landscape. John Cassim Zambia’s Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Engineer Benjamin Paul Thole cutting the ribbon during the official opening of Chikomeni Wildlife Camp in Lukusuzi national Park. Harare, Zimbabwe – The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)

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Botswana launches Elephant Express bus to protect communities from wildlife attacks

-Botswana is battling with a growing human population of 2.2 million that is encroaching into protected areas, hence increased human wildlife conflict. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Botswana has launched an elephant express bus in an effort to transport the community and school children in the elephant-rich northwest area. Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi said his

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German tourist who disappeared in Matusadonha National Park was found alive.

-The tourist who had gone missing in Matusadonha National Park on Saturday afternoon has been found alive, a wildlife official in Zimbabwe has revealed John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – A German tourist who went missing on Saturday afternoon in Matusadonha National Park which is 429 km northwest of the Zimbabwean capital Harare, has been found

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Construction of tourism complex in Hwange National Park to boost tourism in Zimbabwe.

– the new complex will greatly increase the visibility of Hwange National Park, improve the visitor experience and enhance security, an official said John Cassim Hwange, Zimbabwe  – Construction of a tourism complex at Hwange National Park, the second largest from Kruger National Park in this region, has begun and is expected to improve security and

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Zimbabwean elephant rescuer scoops International Lifetime Achievement Award

-Roxy revealed that she is just a simple woman, who just wanted to help some animals but it has grown into something bigger than she imagined. John Cassim zimbabwean Roxy Danckwerts stands with Azzedine Downes, President and CEO of IFAW after receiving her award Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Roxy Danckwerts, a 57-year-old, Zimbabwean animal rescuer,

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Utariri conservation projects transform lives in the Zambezi valley.

-If we fail to address the climate change crisis, there will be more hunger, more injustice, and more conflict, the Swedish Ambassador to Zimbabwe warned. John Cassim Per Lindegarde Ambassador of Sweden in Zimbabwe on the right and Mads Lindegard, Country Director of DanChurchAid launches the photo exhibition Harare, Zimbabwe – The security walls of

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Lions in Malawi, Somalia, and Sudan are threatened by extinction, a survey has revealed.

– Malawi and Cameroon, were found to have the most ecologically vulnerable lion populations, suffering as a result of low lion population densities in comparison to their carrying capacity John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – According to a study report released in September of this year, lion populations in Malawi, Somalia, and Sudan are severely at

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African Chiefs meet for a ‘Room to Roam’ summit at Kenya’s Amboseli National Park

– The chief official of IFAW stated that the mission is to end poaching, support communities, and rescue, rehabilitate, and release animals back into the wild. Staff Reporter Chief Alphius Msindazi Siphoso from Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe on the far left with his counterparts at Kenya’s Amboseli National Park Nairobi, Kenya (CZ) – Traditional Chiefs from East

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KAZA Elephant Survey, is launched amid Elephant mortality concerns

-The carcass ratio suggests a high level of mortality, which warrants further investigation as a potential warning sign for the health and stability, an official said. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe (CZ) – The KAZA Elephant Survey report has been launched showing a stable 228,000 elephant population but party states are concerned that the carcass ratio

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