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MEET THE CONSERVATION HERO SAVING ZIMBABWE’S ANIMALS

By Sarah Marshall Cradling a pangolin bigger than a basketball, as it unfurls its scaly rudder of a tail, Amos Gwema is enjoying a special moment. Historically revered in Zimbabwe, the prehistoric mammal is too superior to be considered a totem animal, and finding one...

MORE THAN 60 PEOPLE KILLED IN HUMAN – WILDLIFE CONFLICT

CHENGETAI MURIMWA IN BULAWAYO At least 60 people have been killed while 50 others were injured, some permanently, since January this year, due to a deadly conflict between a growing population and wildlife, the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority...

MANAGING FISHERIES SUSTAINABLY AT LAKE KARIBA

Tinashe Farawo ACCORDING to the Commercial Fishing Industry — Global Market Outlook, the global commercial fishing industry market accounted for US$240,99 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $438,59 billion by 2026. The expanding demand for a variety of seafood,...

SHOT IN THE ARM FOR ZIMPARKS

Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter THE International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) recently donated two vehicles to the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Authority (Zimparks) that will be used in patrols and problem animal control in the Hwange National Park’s Makona area. The...

CONSERVATION, COMMUNITIES, and COVID-19

An Interview with Fulton Mangwanya, Director General of the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority. Fulton Mangwanya Catherine E. Semcer Fulton Mangwanya is one of the most important voices in African conservation today. As Director General of the Zimbabwe...

ZIMPARKS TO INTRODUCE LOYALTY DISCOUNTS

By Luckmore Safuli Government has expressed satisfaction with progress in the roll-out of the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) computerisation project aimed at plugging revenue leakages and reduce overhead costs. As part of its five-year...

HWANGE ELEPHANT DEATH MYSTERY SOLVED

ZTN Correspondent Investigations into the mysterious death of more than 20 elephants at Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park point to a disease called hemorrhagic septic-aemia. Hemorrhagic septicaemia is a contagious bacterial disease which affects cattle and water...

MORE ELEPHANT DEATHS RECORDED IN VICTORIA FALLS

Langton Nyakwenda recently in  Victoria Falls TWO more elephants were found dead in Victoria Falls last Friday, bringing to 27 the number of jumbo deaths in Zimbabwe in the last two months. The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) suspects the...

JAH SIGNAL’S UNIQUE BIRTHDAY GIFT

Primrose Chikanya ZimParks have given Jah Signal a nationwide tour to celebrate his birthday. Speaking on NASH TV last Saturday, ZimParks said they have worked with Jah Signal for a long time and as a result of his commitment to their anti-poaching theme as an artiste...

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