Safari operator up for theft

The professional hunter killed a hippopotamus and set baits at strategic points with the guidance of rangers.
By Staff Reporter May. 15, 2024

Zim licences US$9,7bn investments

Tafadzwa Chinamo, chief executive officer at Zida, told the Zimbabwe Independent on Wednesday that the US$9,7 billion was almost double the year's target of about US$5 billion.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 9, 2024

Communities key to resolving human-wildlife conflict

The use of a fire in subsistence poaching in the Zambezi Valley leads to the unselective destruction of the wildlife habitat and food sources.
By Farai Madende Nhekairo Jan. 5, 2024

Kariba: Zim’s dormant tourism jewel

The town has not been subjected to any form of electricity blackout for years.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 17, 2023

Mwenezi women bear brunt of water shortages

The perennial water problems affect Sairayi and other women directly as they burden them with the additional tasks of fetching water from distant places.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 11, 2023

Overfishing depleting Kariba yields: Govt

Ndhlovu said several factors which include overfishing and the use of unsustainable fishing practices were to blame for the decline
By Obert Siamilandu May. 10, 2023

Oil discovery hardly inspiring

Along the way gold coins and more recently gold-backed digital tokens have been introduced to prop up the useless local currency.
By Newsday May. 10, 2023

Private rangers recover 24 pangolins, 118 elephant tusks from poachers

In a statement yesterday, Akashinga: The Brave Ones said its innovative approaches to community-based conversation had made it possible to curb poaching in the country.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Mar. 28, 2023

Feature: Anxiety hits flood-prone areas

Government has already warned villagers to brace for possible flooding during the current season. The warning has triggered memories of the beginning of 2022.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 9, 2022