Urgency required to stem human-wildlife conflict

According to a report by a civic organisation, Habakkuk Trust, the hyenas are moving in cackles of up to 10 preying on livestock.
By Newsday Sep. 16, 2023

Hyenas wreak havoc in Nkayi

According to the report, the measures taken by villagers include fortifying pens and encouraging livestock farmers to ensure that their animals are penned before nightfall.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 16, 2023

For Farmers and Wildlife in Zimbabwe’s Conservation Areas, a Fraught Coexistence

SVC was formed in 1991 from a consortium of 18 properties, mostly large, white-owned cattle farms.
By Evidence Chenjerai Sep. 6, 2023

ZimParks captures 3 Hurungwe stray lions

ZimParks spokesperson Tinashe Farawo confirmed that three lions had been captured.
By Nhau Mangirazi Aug. 21, 2023

Zim records decline in human-wildlife conflict cases

The country recorded 15 deaths and 43 injuries during the first quarter of 2023.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 20, 2023

Human-wildlife conflicts threatening tourism: ZimParks

Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority executive director Fulton Mangwanya said wildlife and wild-lands were the backbone of the country’s tourism.
By Obert Siamilandu Jul. 5, 2023

Chiefs’ conservation efforts applauded

He said the traditional leaders were also the driving force behind the maintenance and reclamation of wildlife corridors.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 21, 2023

Mid-Zambezi rhino reintroduction on course

ZimParks director-general Fulton Mangwanya said wildlife conservation was an insurmountable task for any organisation
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 19, 2023

Stray lion wreaks havoc in Filabusi

Sibongile Khumalo, a villager, said Zimbabwe  Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) rangers who were deployed to track the lion seemed to be afraid of the wild cat.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 16, 2023