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Wild animals keep Plumtree children out of school

Dozens of villagers and communal farmers continue to lose their lives, livestock and crops to wild animals.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 11, 2024

AWF avails anti-poaching equipment

AWF last week handed over ranger field equipment to the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) and rural district councils.
By Obert Siamilandu Feb. 6, 2024

Hwange game park records decline in poaching

Farawo said the tough anti-poaching measures were proving to be a deterrent.
By Sharon Sibindi Dec. 29, 2023

Drought takes its toll on Hwange elephants

Farawo said the deaths were recorded between September and November when water sources were drying up at the peak of the heatwave due to the El-Nino induced drought.
By Sharon Sibindi Dec. 24, 2023

Animal rights experts search for climate solutions at COP28

Most of the natural water sources have dried up.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Dec. 12, 2023

Elephants die as water sources dry up

ZimParks spokesperson, Tinashe Farawo, said the drought was being felt especially in Hwange National Park with elephants the most affected.
By Problem Masau Dec. 6, 2023

Cimas mourns ZimParks marathon runner

His body was ferried to the United Bulawayo Hospitals mortuary.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Nov. 22, 2023

Police probe suspected poacher’s death

Police national spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed that a probe has been launched into the shooting incident.
By Nhau Mangirazi Nov. 7, 2023

Hwange National Park wake-up call

Granted, animals migrate across borders seasonally, but the multitudes that are now leaving the country and venturing into Botswana and our communities should be a cause for concern.
By Newsday Oct. 10, 2023