ZimParks sets up human-wildlife conflict fund
Mutema said they were also managing animals that stray into communities neighbouring wildlife parks with the help of other organisations to avoid further human-wildlife conflicts.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Mar. 13, 2023
Ivory dealer nabbed in police trap
Author Edwin Kowe of Stone Ridge, was arrested on February 19, 2023 after being trapped by detectives from the Police Minerals Flora and Fauna Section who posed as potential buyers.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Feb. 21, 2023
Chiefs demand wildlife policy review
TRADITIONAL leaders in Matabelelend have accused government of taking long to introduce a new wildlife policy.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 10, 2023
Erosion hits 4 pools in Mana Pools National Park
It is these remaining pools that draw the animals to the area and create the spectacular game viewing setting.
By Obert Siamilandu Jan. 21, 2023
Feature: Researchers strive to end human-wildlife conflicts in Southern Africa
Conflicts between humans and animals are among the greatest threats to the long-term survival of some of the planet’s most iconic species.
By UNEP Jan. 9, 2023
Reaction units reduce poaching: ZimParks
Mid Zambezi Cluster regional manager Felix Chimeramombe said they also use drone technology in the fight against poachers.
By Obert Siamilandu Jan. 4, 2023
Zim’s dilemma over deadly elephant attacks
Zimbabwe has proposed to Cites that certain provisions that restrict the trade of raw ivory and elephant leather be relaxed
By Newsday Dec. 2, 2022
Matobo records upsurge in rhino poaching cases
Matobo National Park in Matabeleland South has one of the highest rhino populations in the country.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Nov. 27, 2022
Hyenas rampage Chiredzi
Villages have witnessed an increase in the number of attacks by predatory wildlife that have forced GCT to engage with communities to offer them mitigatory solutions to the loss of animals.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 24, 2022
Zanu PF abandons violence-marred primaries in Matobo
By Nizbert Moyo
Mar. 29, 2023
Gweru reads riot act to vendors
Mar. 29, 2023