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Climate change continues pressuring African nations to prioritise water and sanitation provision.

The 2023 Africa Sustainable Development Report says, 411 million Africans still lack access to safe water, and almost three-fourths don’t benefit from safely managed sanitation services. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Climate change is likely to continue to heighten pressure for decisive action by African governments, which are widely seen, as failing to provide safe […]

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Severe tropical storm warning, as Tropical Depression Filipo aims at the south, center of Mozambique

– Tropical disturbance would continue to evolve and become a severe tropical storm and make landfall early Tuesday morning, Mozambique warns. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Mozambique’s National Institute of Meteorology (INAM) has issued a red warning following the formation of a severe tropical storm, which is expected to hit the south and center with

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Four people die at a Zimbabwean gold mine by suspected cyanide poisoning.

– According to Nick, a man from the Mukaradzi mining region of Arcadia village became ill and complained of vomiting, chest pains, and breathing difficulties, he died the next day. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Following some alleged cyanide spills at Mukaradzi gold mine in Mt Darwin, 157 km north of the capital Harare, at

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Heat Wave warning has been issued in Malawi as El Nino bites

– Temperatures to exceed 42 Degrees Celsius which is 7 degrees more than average along the Shire Valley. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological; Services in Malawi has warned that a heat wave is expected to persist in most areas in the southern parts, up to Tuesday December 12,

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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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Eyes on inaugural Africa Climate Summit as climate change takes its toll

John Cassim As over 10,000 delegates gather for the first-ever Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi, Kenya, from 4 to 6 September this week, they won’t need to look far to find raw reminders of how climate change is ravaging the world.   Disasters devastate East Africa  For five consecutive years, severe drought has scorched Kenya and the entire Horn of

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Malawi hit by another fuel crisis, the third in a year.

-Reserve Bank of Malawi spends 50 million US Dollars per month on fuel and this has depleted the country’s fuel reserves. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Long queues of disgruntled motorists have emerged in Malawi, since the end of last week, as fuel shortages resurface. Several fuel stations in the capital Lilongwe, have reported

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SADC urged to prioritise environmental and tourism policies.

-Environmental degradation, climate change impacts, and illegal harvesting of natural resources should be addressed, SADC Ministers agreed. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Environment, Natural Resources, and Tourism Ministers from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have been urged to prioritise policies, projects, and activities on environment, natural resources, and tourism in the region. The

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UNICEF capacitates Zimbabwean youths on climate change

-6.5 million children (0-18 years old) in Zimbabwe are at risk of impact from climate-induced emergencies, UNICEF says. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe (CZ) – UNICEF is on a drive to capacitate young Zimbabweans on the impact of climate change on children. In October 2022, UNICEF launched the Climate, Energy, Environment, and Children Strategy to help

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