Environment

4 years ago | May 17, 2015

WILDLIFE: Airlines put trophy hunting in tailspin

GLOBAL aviation giant Emirates Airlines has sent shock-waves through the South African hunting industry after it became ...

4 years ago | May 10, 2015

ENVIRONMENT: The politics of a changing climate

Allen Mutyambizi and Padmore Paradzayi In 2014, countries gathered in Lima, Peru and agreed to come up with climate ...

4 years ago | April 26, 2015

ENVIRONMENT: Turning junk into fortune

The life of Chitungwiza garbage collector, Patrick Mtandwa, reads like a fiction novel; from being a ‘‘nobody’’ in the ...

4 years ago | April 19, 2015

EMVIRONMENT: Wildlife-human in conflict

The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZPWMA)’s emblem proudly reads “In harmony with nature”.

ENVIRONMENT: Sanctions hamper Campfire projects

Harmony Agere – Extra Reporter The United States Fish and Wildlife Services imposed the ban on Zimbabwe and ...

4 years ago | March 8, 2015

Sustainable energy on the horizon?

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

Independent Power Producers (IPPs) fail to impress

Licensed Independent Power Producers (IPPs) are failing to make an impact in the energy sector due to lack of funding as ...

4 years ago | January 25, 2015

ENVIRONMENT: Confronting elephant in the room

Wildlife conservation is a difficult task for any government as it battles intense poaching and illegal trade to save ...

ELEPHANTS: ‘Jumbo sale is 100 percent legal’

There is nothing sinister in the decision by wildlife authorities to export elephants to both control the already large ...

4 years ago | September 7, 2014

Garden Affair: The magnificent AVOCADO

Every morning in the streets of Harare, it’s kind of hard to miss the presence of women selling avocados.

4 years ago | August 31, 2014

ENVIRONMENT: Floods and severe drought “El Nino” is ...

Tendai Chara – Extra Reporter As signs of El Nino – a weather phenomenon which brings floods and severe ...

4 years ago | August 24, 2014

ENVIRONMENT: Sustainable energy spurs rural growth

Written by Johnson Siamachira “WE are totally dependent on firewood for cooking as we don’t have other alternatives,’’ ...

4 years ago | August 17, 2014

Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare

Once upon a time, barely over a million people lived in Harare. Settlements like Hopley and Caledonia farms did not ...

5 years ago | July 6, 2014

Showdown LOOMS OVER E15 fuel

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