Zimbabwe

  • Oil boom

    Tinytech, a mechanised oil expeller imported from India, is doing wonders for the villagers of Gokwe in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe. A smallscale oil milling business in Gokwe has

  • Wild at home

    Wild at home

    Private farms, cattle ranches and indigenous people help in managing wild animals, thereby giving a fillip to Zimbabwe s wildlife conservation policy

  • ZIMBABWE

    ZIMBABWE

    Burglars beware! Harare is fast emerging as an ideal venue for 'watch-snakes'. Zimbabwe has a low rate of violent crimes but a fairly large number of burglaries. As most jobs offer a month's

  • Pachyderm dilemma

    Pachyderm dilemma

    Zimbabwe, which is hosting the June convention on endangered species, is fighting for right to controlled trade in ivory

  • ZIMBAWE

    Wildlife conservation has been a contentious issue with indigenous communities for whom wildlife remains a valuable source of income. The people of Masoka, a village in northern Zimbabwe, have tried

  • A multi pronged attack

    A multi pronged attack

    The people of southern Zimbabwe have found a variety of ways and means to upgrade the quality of the environment in their part of the world

  • ZIMBABWE

    Animal rights activists recently came to blows with the members of Akef Egyptian Circus while campaigning to drive them out of Zimbabwe. They alleged that the circus was just a camouflage for

  • Under a cloud

    ZIMBABWE's socialist government passed the Private Voluntary Organisations Amendment Act in July, to the consternation of the nation's NGO community. NGOs believe the Act will expose them

  • ZIMBABWE

    The world's largest exporter of flue-cured tobacco last year, is confident of getting higher prices on the international market this season despite an aggressive worldwide anti-smoking lobby. The

  • ZIMBABWE

    Zimbabwe is gearing up for a bone dry period ahead. A so-called rainy season actually left the country high and dry, and turned out to be drier than the great drought of 1992. And the

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