Wildlife

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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Give women a chance to speak the ‘nature’s voice’

– let voices of women, be heard during discussions on Africa’s development and conservation. John Cassim HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Leadership in the conservation sector is still dominated by males yet women who make the backbone of society in Africa, take on the bulk of the childrearing, housekeeping and income earning. According to the Organisation for

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A shot in the arm for the all women Akashinga project

– Our goal is to expand the wilderness under our control to 12 million hectares by 2030 by empowering hundreds of communities and thousands of women, Akashinga boss hinted.  John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – The Zimbabwean based International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) has been awarded a US$700,000 (Australian $1 million) grant from the Judith Neilson Foundation,

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Kanyemba border post rehabilitation to accommodate wildlife and its habitat

– the designs provide for animal corridors within both the irrigation schemes and urban areas to allow for the free passage of wildlife, cabinet revealed. John Cassim Harare – The Zimbabwean government has assured that the rehabilitation of the Kanyemba border post, situated at the extreme north of the country will spare the wildlife and

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