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Zimbabwe amends the carbon law to help investors retain more profits.

– We are doing this to be competitive in attracting the right investors, as every project is an investment in communities, a government official said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Zimbabwe has amended its new carbon law that was initially enacted a month ago to allow developers to keep 70% of the profits, compared […]

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World Ozone Day: Time to Move to Greener Cooling Alternatives

– Cooling is energy intensive, accounting for 10 percent of all global electricity consumed, scientists said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – As the world commemorates World Ozone Day, a call has been made for nations to find alternative cooling that is less energy-intensive. The 16th of September is the International Day for the Preservation

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Mana Pools Conservation Agreement established for Zambia & Zimbabwe

John Cassim Zimbabwe and Zambian Ministers Mangaliso Ndlovu and Rodney Sikumba, after signing the LOZAMAP TFCA MoU in Harare. Harare, Zimbabwe – Zambia and Zimbabwe have established the Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools (LOZAMAP) TransFrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) after signing an MoU. The approach a few weeks ago by these two governments is meant to promote regional

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Zimbabwe records 60% spike of veld fire incidents and deaths

-The total area burnt increased by 60.92% compared to 2021, while 18 fire related deaths were recorded in 2022 compared to 8 in 2021, Environment Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said. John Cassim HARARE, Zimbabwe – Speaking ahead of the launch of the 2023 National Fire Week launch, Zimbabwean Environment Minister, Mangaliso Ndlovu, on Monday revealed, 2022

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