BLACK RHINOS: GONAREZHOU STILL HOME

BLACK RHINOS: GONAREZHOU STILL HOME

ZIMBABWE will soon reintroduce black rhinos into the country’s second largest national park — Gonarezhou. The park is managed by the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) in partnership with Frankfurt Zoological Society under what is known as the...

ZIMBABWE: ZIMPARKS IN DRIVE TO BOOST TOURISM

George Maponga — Masvingo Bureau  Zimparks has started boosting the profile of Gonarezhou National Park in the southeast of the Lowveld by reintroducing rhinos in a move tailored to boost the revival of the local tourism industry, one of the key anchors of the local...
MANA POOLS FATHER & SON EXPEDITION

MANA POOLS FATHER & SON EXPEDITION

THIS FATHER’S DAY WEEKEND, JOIN ZIMBABWE’S FIRST HOLIDAY CAMPING CONVOY TO MANA POOLS. TAKE THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO MENTOR YOUR SON IN THE RUGGED OUTDOORS OF “MAGICAL MANA”   17 – 20 JUNE 2021  ...

TRADITIONAL LEADERS IN WILDLIFE CONSERVATION DRIVE

Langton Nyakwenda recently in Matusadonha Providing equal opportunities for women should be taken seriously, as they have the capacity to also enhance wildlife conservation, a ZimParks official has said. Officiating at a passout parade for 33 game rangers who...
WHY ZIM TRADES IN ELEPHANT, OTHER WILDLIFE

WHY ZIM TRADES IN ELEPHANT, OTHER WILDLIFE

Tinashe Farawo ZIMBABWE has a proud history of successful elephant conservation and is one of the key elephant range states and home to the second-largest elephant population after Botswana. Elephants are distributed in four main regions in Zimbabwe: Northwest...