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Zimbabwe Wildlife Farmer Adopts 10km of Byo-Vic Falls Highway for Rehabilitation near Hwange National Park

“We need to make sure our highway is in good shape all the time as this is the only road our valuable customers use to come to our safaris,” Mathuthu said. John Cassim Plastic litter along the Byo-Vic Falls highway in Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe – A wildlife farmer who is also the managing director of […]

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Documentary Exposes Redwing Mine: An Enigma of Gold Production in Zimbabwe 

-The unchecked expansion of mining operations has resulted in accidents, loss of livelihoods, and environmental degradation. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe –  Redwing Mine, a once-thriving symbol of Zimbabwe’s gold production, now stands as a testament to the challenges of accountability, resource governance, and the need for youth involvement in the mining sector. A recent documentary

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Title Deeds are not a right to destroy the Wetlands: Zimbabwe Environment Minister Warns

Whatever can be done in a wetland should not materially alter or affect the wetlands, the environment minister said. John Cassim Mangaliso Ndlovu, Environment, Climate and Wildlife Minister, speaking during the pre-World Wetland Day press conference at Mukuvisi Woodlands, in Harare Harare, Zimbabwe – The Zimbabwean Minister of Environment, Climate, and Wildlife, Mangaliso Ndlovu, has

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Zimbabwe’s West Property finally gets the nod to rehabilitate ‘Borrowdale Vlei’ into a nature park.  

– We are going to restore and beautify this wetland into a nature park thus allowing it, to naturally regenerate, Ken Sharpe said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – A near-dead Borrowdale vlei located between two giant housing developments by Zimbabwe’s West Property in the elite part of Harare, is on the verge of resurrection, following

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Harare Mayor Mafume applauds the government’s intervention to provide clean water amid a cholera outbreak.

– At least 50% of the debts for water in Harare are owed by various government departments; we wish they could settle these debts first, Mayor Jacob Mafume complained. John Cassim Harare Mayor Jacob Mafume shake hands with Minister Anxious Masuka during a high profiled technical committee meeting on provision of water in Harare Harare,

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Double blow for Zimbabwean flood victims as government offers houses to home owners who leased their houses.

A government minister stated, “We will sit down as a government with the Minister for Harare Province and look at the legitimate people.” John Cassim Housing Minister, Daniel Garwe in white cap, touring some blocks of flats in Dzivarasekwa, where some Budiriro flood victims will be allocated new apartments. The apartments are not for free.

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Redwing Mine’s rescue operations have been halted due to unstable ground.

The Zimbabwe Mines Minister stated that the earth is so unstable that cracks have formed and the ground has begun to curve in numerous locations on the surface. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The rescue effort at the collapsed Redwing Mine near the eastern city of Mutare, in Zimbabwe, has been halted due to unstable

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Zimbabwean police arrest a wildlife ranger with ivory

The wildlife ranger was arrested after being found in possession of two unmarked pieces of ivory weighing 80 kg. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) officials have revealed that a senior wildlife ranger, Noel Zuze, has been arrested for possession of 80 kg of ivory. Zuze was nabbed over

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The issuance of I-REC certificates for renewable energy in Zimbabwe has been approved.

– A set amount of money is earned for each megawatt-power of energy that is produced, which is equivalent to one REC certificate. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The International REC Standard Foundation Board in the Netherlands has given Zimbabwe permission to begin issuing green energy certificates, enabling private green energy generators linked to the

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Prior to COP28, female farmers in Zimbabwe seek justice on climate change.

A farmer protested, “Why can’t the government protect us female farmers the way it is protecting miners at our expense?” John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – After years of losses to males and natural catastrophes, female farmers from rural Zimbabwe have bemoaned the state of the environmental regulations and claimed they are stifling calls for climate

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