AWF tackles deforestation

During the tobacco season, Zimbabwe earned over US$1 billion in foreign currency but it has had major effects, particularly deforestation caused by curing of the golden leaf.
By Nhau Mangirazi Dec. 27, 2023

Seedling production propping up women, youth livelihoods

AWF youth programmes officer Collins Shava said there was a need for youth participation in enhancing biodiversity and wildlife economic value in the country.
By Nhau Mangirazi Nov. 21, 2023

‘Animal migration a threat to wildlife economy’

Hwange National Park recorded its biggest migration of wild animals, mainly elephants, to neighbouring Botswana in four years as water holes ran dry because of a drought.
By Obert Siamilandu Sep. 26, 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

World sinking into sixth extinction, change now or get used to it

Right now it is estimated to be 100 to 1 000 times higher than the natural rate, and accelerating.
By Don Pinnock May. 26, 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

US$5,5m boost for mushroom farmers

Over the years, mushroom farming has emerged as one of the nation’s fastest-growing home-based agro-business ventures.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 7, 2023

Communication key to reducing knowledge gaps

Communication is not there to weaken or neutralise climate science information, but to regulate information flows, building verbal bridges, reduce uncertainties and increase understanding.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 27, 2023

Feature: Zim farmer lands dream deal to till UK farm

After doing a variety of jobs, he “became fed up with formal employment” and decided to grow some of the foodstuffs he missed from home.
By Bbc News Jan. 10, 2023