Govt worried over human-wildlife conflicts

In some communities, villagers hardly harvest from their fields as wild animals destroy crops.
By Obert Siamilandu Feb. 23, 2024

Briefs: Minister flees baboons menace

Ndlovu said troops of baboons are giving residents of Gwanda sleepless nights as they  invade communities in search of food and water.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 18, 2024

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

Unlock Zim’s untapped wildlife filming potential

It is time for African filmmakers to produce their own wildlife films and market them to the global community.
By Jacob Mutisi Feb. 9, 2024

Inside Hwange’s elephant deaths

According to documents that Truth Diggers obtained from DNPW sources,
By Oscar Nkala Feb. 8, 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

Global efforts in curbing wildlife crime not enough

Additionally, it is crucial to adapt to emerging trends and ensure sustainable funding and political commitment in order to achieve lasting progress in the fight against wildlife crime.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Feb. 2, 2024

Duo gets community service for killing jumbo

Chigomararwa then struck the jumbo several times with an axe on the head until 
By Nhau Mangirazi Jan. 29, 2024

Former soldiers jailed

They claimed to have hidden the ivory in Mukuvisi River near Brooks Drive, Hillside, Harare.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 25, 2024