ENVIRONMENT: Sanctions hamper Campfire projects
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ENVIRONMENT: Sanctions hamper Campfire projects

Harmony Agere – Extra Reporter The United States Fish and Wildlife Services imposed the ban…

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Sustainable energy on the horizon?
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Sustainable energy on the horizon?

The recent licensing of six more Independent Power Producers (IPPs) by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory…

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Independent Power Producers (IPPs) fail to impress
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Independent Power Producers (IPPs) fail to impress

Licensed Independent Power Producers (IPPs) are failing to make an impact in the energy sector…

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ENVIRONMENT: Confronting elephant in the room
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ENVIRONMENT: Confronting elephant in the room

Wildlife conservation is a difficult task for any government as it battles intense poaching and…

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ELEPHANTS: ‘Jumbo sale is 100 percent legal’
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ELEPHANTS: ‘Jumbo sale is 100 percent legal’

There is nothing sinister in the decision by wildlife authorities to export elephants to both…

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Garden Affair: The magnificent AVOCADO
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Garden Affair: The magnificent AVOCADO

Every morning in the streets of Harare, it’s kind of hard to miss the presence…

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ENVIRONMENT: Floods and severe drought “El Nino”  is coming – Are we ready?
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ENVIRONMENT: Floods and severe drought “El Nino” is coming – Are we ready?

Tendai Chara – Extra Reporter As signs of El Nino – a weather phenomenon which…

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ENVIRONMENT: Sustainable energy spurs rural growth
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ENVIRONMENT: Sustainable energy spurs rural growth

Written by Johnson Siamachira “WE are totally dependent on firewood for cooking as we don’t…

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Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare
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Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare

Once upon a time, barely over a million people lived in Harare. Settlements like Hopley…

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Showdown LOOMS OVER E15 fuel
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Showdown LOOMS OVER E15 fuel

Corporate bodies and industry are individually importing and stockpiling unblended petrol from neighbouring countries to…

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Myths about E15 Unpacked
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Myths about E15 Unpacked

Water Polluting firms miss deadline, risk closure
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Water Polluting firms miss deadline, risk closure

Several companies fingered as drinking water polluters have failed to comply with a Government directive…

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Environment: Mine Rehabilitation Options
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Environment: Mine Rehabilitation Options

Statutory Instrument 94 of 2014 prohibits alluvial mining within 200m of river banks. Companies affected…

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Beverage manufacturers take responsibility for PET bottle recycling plant
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Beverage manufacturers take responsibility for PET bottle recycling plant

BEVERAGE manufacturing companies have raised over US$1 million for the recycling of packaging materials 3,669 total…

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Severe water pollution  continues unabated
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Severe water pollution continues unabated

Sunday Mail Reporter At least 1 500 registered companies and numerous small-scale businesses identified as…

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