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Hippos (Hippopotamus): Facts to Know About the River Horse

John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Did you know that hippos can run so fast that at times they are airborne, according to research by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), as reported by the media in the United Kingdom (UK)? Hippos, unlike other land animals such as elephants, horses, and rhinos, exclusively trot when moving, making […]

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Displaced and Disconnected: The BaTonga Conservation Culture Under Threat in Zimbabwe

-Those cultural practices, whether they have to do with nature and conservation, or our day’s lifestyle, they got diluted By John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe The BaTonga people of Zimbabwe have long been admired for their deep respect for their language, traditions, and the natural world around them. However, the construction of the Kariba Dam in

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Zambia’s Load Shedding Extended To 12-Hours Owing To Water Shortage

The new measures, effective immediately, will see households endure 12 hours of daily power cuts staggered in six-hour blocks. Staff Reporter LUSAKA, Zambia – The Zambian government has announced a significant increase in load shedding, citing critically low water levels at the Kariba Dam and Kafue Gorge Hydroelectric Station. The new measures, effective immediately, will

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