Hwange National Park

Cecil the lion: Britain writes to Zimbabwe

Cecil the lion: Britain writes to Zimbabwe

Britain has offered to help Zimbabwe to end poaching following the killing of the iconic Cecil the lion near the Hwange National Park early this month.

Animals suffering from sanctions: MP

Animals suffering from sanctions: MP

Shurugwi Member of Parliament, Anastancia Ndhlovu (Zanu PF) has claimed that animals are feeling the pinch of sanctions imposed by the West at the instigation of former premier Morgan Tsvangirai.

Injured Hwange jumbos rescued

Injured Hwange jumbos rescued

Three young elephants initially captured in Hwange for export to China have been taken to an elephant orphanage in Harare, a wildlife group has claimed.

Senators demand action on wild animals

Senators demand action on wild animals

Matabeleland North senator Rosemary Nyathi on Tuesday introduced a motion in the Senate calling for re-fencing of Hwange National Park, saying stray animals were terrorising villagers.

Film exposes Zanu PF bigwigs

Film exposes Zanu PF bigwigs

A United States-based elephant conservation group has released a revealing documentary that exposes alleged high-level involvement of Zanu PF bigwigs in poaching of elephants and rhinos at the Hwange National Park.

Hwange jumbos haunt Mugabe

Hwange jumbos haunt Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe was yesterday greeted by protesters carrying banners protesting against the contentious sale of baby elephants from Hwange National Park as his entourage drove into a Pretoria hotel.

Grace Mugabe grabs Hwange jumbos

Grace Mugabe grabs Hwange jumbos

LIONS and baby elephants have reportedly been captured at the Hwange National Park and moved to a game reserve linked to First Lady Grace Mugabe, a wildlife activist has claimed.

$5,8m boost for Zimpaks

$5,8m boost for Zimpaks

The ZIMBABWE Parks and Wildlife Authority (Zimparks) is set for a major boost in the next five years after the government secured a $5,8 million loan from the Global Environmental Fund through the World Bank in an effort to boost the Hwange-Sanyati Biological Corridor.

Stray lions driven back into park

Stray lions driven back into park

HWANGE residents have heaved a sigh of relief after two stray lions which roamed the town for two days were finally driven back into the Hwange National Park.

Govt ordered to stop elephant export

Govt ordered to stop elephant export

INTERNATIONAL animal rights protection group, People for Ethical Protection of Animals (Peta) has launched an online petition to stop the Zimbabwean government from exporting elephants, as the saga over the sale of beasts continues unabated.

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