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Wildlife expert describes Mana Pools as a tourism haven

The best time for wildlife viewing in Mana Pools National Park is during the dry season, from June to October.
By Obert Siamilandu May. 24, 2023

Artisanal mining remains a grey area in Zim’s conservation story

The matter spilled into the High Court and while the case for determination was for mining rights, it raised eyebrows that mining was taking place inside the park.
By Independent.co.uk May. 17, 2023

‘Wildlife conservation bearing fruits’

Mufute said Zimbabwe has not received any incidences of elephant poaching in protected areas like Mana Pools.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 25, 2023

Feature: Camilla gets it right on carrying ivory rod — anti-ivory use groups don’t

In an interview, Botswana Chieftainess Rebecca Banika said, “It’s indeed a good move for the Queen of England to show support for the need to use wildlife products such as ivory.
By Emmanuel Koro Apr. 21, 2023

AWF equips rangers to fight poaching, animal trafficking

Mufute said AWF was currently supporting government wildlife conservation efforts by producing the Zimbabwe Biodiversity Economy report,
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 10, 2023

Dangerous animals force children out of schools

In remote and marginalised areas where human wildlife conflict is rife, there is a critical shortage of teaching staff while in some instances; children are forced to learn under trees.
By Edgar Gweshe and Tapiwa Zivira Apr. 9, 2023

Human-wildlife conflicts rise in Hwange

An international ban on the trade in wildlife products and species is blamed for an increase in the elephant population in Hwange.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 8, 2023

Akashinga celebrates key achievements

The Akashinga (a Shona word which means the Brave One) programme is a community-driven conservation model which deploys women into frontline conservation roles.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 31, 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