Incidents of poaching in Zimbabwe game reserves persisted during Covid-19 induced national lockdowns resulting in the country losing millions of dollars in potential tax revenue, wildlife authorities have said.
The absence of tourists and reduced economic activities in communities surrounding the parks have been cited as
The Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (ZCPSTU)’s education sector affiliated unions have embarked on a campaign to sensitize its members on the importance of getting vaccinated as part of the unions’ efforts to curb the effects of the pandemic.
The development comes in the
David Everatt, University of the Witwatersrand
South Africans spent most of mid-July glued to their news outlets, from established media outlets to TikTok, from streaming news to old-fashioned printed words, to see just one thing: would Jacob Zuma blink? Would the country finally get some taste
By Victor Bhoroma
After passing Statutory Instrument (SI) 127 of 2021 on the 26th of May 2021, the Zimbabwean government made a quick somersault on the new regulations through a press statement issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) on the 15th of June 2021.
MUTARE- A public interest litigation has been set in motion by the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), to compel the police to disperse thousands of congregates of an apostolic sect gathered in Marange communal lands.
ZHLR filed an urgent demand that police disperse people gathered
The lengthy delays in the second issuing of TERS funds for the tourism industry were caused by the fraud that occurred during the first round of UIF TERS. The UIF sought to make the process watertight, and that has made it a much longer process,
Africa's first black-owned car manufacturing company; Mureza Auto Co has rolled out its first 100 vehicles into the market with a pre-order facility available for buyers in South Africa and Zimbabwe, starting next week.
The car manufacturing firm was recently granted a licence to produce motor
Bernhard Reinsberg, University of Glasgow and Thomas Stubbs, Royal Holloway University of London
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) gives loans to countries in economic trouble. In exchange, countries must implement a programme of painful policy reforms. Countries rarely complete these programmes.
We set out to uncover why.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford may not play until the end of October after deciding to have surgery on a shoulder injury.
Rashford, 23, had a scan on Tuesday after being hampered by the problem in the latter half of the 2020-21 season.
It was decided the
Econet Founder and pan-African businessman and philanthropist Strive Masiyiwa, who is the African Union Special Envoy for COVID-19, retraces how he got involved in the fight against the deadly virus just before the outbreak of the pandemic
In February 2020, a month after the pandemic