Conservation Approaches Must Recognise Local People’s Rights

[The Herald] Sarobidy Rakotonarivo and Neal Hockley Correspondents Until the 1980s, biodiversity conservation in the tropics focused on the “fines and fences” approach: creating protected areas from which local people were forcibly excluded.

[The Herald] Sarobidy Rakotonarivo and Neal Hockley Correspondents Until the 1980s, biodiversity conservation in the tropics focused on the "fines and fences" approach: creating protected areas from which local people were forcibly excluded.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zifa Fights Garnishee Order

[The Herald] Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) is challenging the recent court order garnishing its bank account to recover $24 000 it owes The Travel Bureau Private Limited.

[The Herald] Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) is challenging the recent court order garnishing its bank account to recover $24 000 it owes The Travel Bureau Private Limited.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Editorial Comment – Hats Off to Our Gallant Defence Forces

[The Herald] As thousands of people flocked to various venues throughout the country yesterday to mark the 37th Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day, it was clear that our uniformed forces occupy an important space in the hearts of many citizens.

[The Herald] As thousands of people flocked to various venues throughout the country yesterday to mark the 37th Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day, it was clear that our uniformed forces occupy an important space in the hearts of many citizens.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zesa Audit Report Complete

[The Herald] THE independent consultant engaged to audit the cost structure of Zesa Holdings has completed its work with the findings of the study, still being kept confidential, set to be presented to Cabinet for a review, the national energy regulato…

[The Herald] THE independent consultant engaged to audit the cost structure of Zesa Holdings has completed its work with the findings of the study, still being kept confidential, set to be presented to Cabinet for a review, the national energy regulator has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mahofa Heroine Status Today

[The Herald] George Maponga Masvingo Bureau The heroine status of former Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Shuvai Ben Mahofa, who died early Sunday morning, is expected to be announced today, Zanu-PF Masvingo provincial chairman Cde Ezra Cha…

[The Herald] George Maponga Masvingo Bureau The heroine status of former Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Shuvai Ben Mahofa, who died early Sunday morning, is expected to be announced today, Zanu-PF Masvingo provincial chairman Cde Ezra Chadzamira said yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Zdf Doing a Wonderful Job’

[The Herald] Speech by His Excellency the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, Comrade R. G. Mugabe, at the 37th Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day celebrations at the National Sports Stadium, 15th August, 2017.

[The Herald] Speech by His Excellency the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, Comrade R. G. Mugabe, at the 37th Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day celebrations at the National Sports Stadium, 15th August, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

400 Dead – ‘Entire Communities Have Been Wiped Out’

[Deutsche Welle] Sierra Leone’s president has appealed for urgent help after torrential rain triggered massive mudslides in the capital, Freetown. Rescue workers have uncovered nearly 400 bodies.

[Deutsche Welle] Sierra Leone's president has appealed for urgent help after torrential rain triggered massive mudslides in the capital, Freetown. Rescue workers have uncovered nearly 400 bodies.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

International Standing ‘Severely Dented By Grace Mugabe’

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party and pro-democracy groups have slammed First Lady Grace Mugabe over her alleged bashing of a model that she reportedly saw in the company of one of her two sons in South A…

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party and pro-democracy groups have slammed First Lady Grace Mugabe over her alleged bashing of a model that she reportedly saw in the company of one of her two sons in South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa