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Zimbabwe’s fight against veld fires begins to bear fruit

-As of now Zimbabwe has recorded one death owing to a wildfire compared to 3 deaths during the same corresponding period last year, an official has revealed. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Zimbabwe’s Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has revealed the country has recorded a significant drop in the number of veld fire incidences compared […]

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Zimbabwe to experience medium to high-risk veld fires

-Already during the first week of the 2023 Fire Restriction period, a total of 412 fire incidences that burnt 34 194.31 ha of veld were reported. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Zimbabwe is expected to experience medium to high-risk veld fires, the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has warned. EMA’s fire risk modelling revealed that

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Residents of Harare are asked to comply with the State of Disaster.

A top EMA official has advised the public that littering and rubbish disposal are still serious violations. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Following the recent acquisition of waste management powers, Zimbabwe’s Environmental Management Agency (EMA) is inviting citizens of the Harare Metropolitan Province to report any unlawful garbage dumps and non-collection of rubbish in

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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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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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