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UK threatens wildlife management in Africa

By Emmanuel Koro OBSERVERS worldwide are appalled by the proposed British Government anti-trophy hunting imports Bill.  They are concerned that the ban will cause much greater harm to the African continent’s wildlife, including lions, elephants and rhinos than does poaching. SADC, rural communities, conservationists, safari hunting and...

Zimbabwe and China strengthen ties

ZIMBABWE’s potential as an attractive tourist and investment destination is estimated at US$4 trillion. As the country opens up to the world, a senior Government official said the US$4 trillion dollar-market is up for the taking for African and international investors and now is the...

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