Botswana said on Tuesday that it welcomes the decision by the European Union (EU) Parliament to vote for a ban against hunting trophies entering the bloc.The minister of Environment, Tourism and Wi

More than 500 houses have been damaged by a major storm which swept through Mozambique’s port city of Beira in the central province of Sofala on Saturday, APA learns here on Sunday.

The natural disasters which have struck Mozambique this year have compromised the target for agricultural growth in the country this year, APA learns on Monday.According to state-controlled Radio M

A report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNet) on Thursday is predicting severe hunger in countries in Southern Africa including Malawi during the 2016/17 consumption seaso

Botswana lost more than 3,000 hectares of forest between 2001 and 2012 due to elephants, fuel wood harvesting, farming, overharvesting of veld products, overstocking of livestock, drought, mining a

Sierra Leone officials have launched a crackdown on people thought to be violating the country’s law protecting the forest by arresting a registered surveyor.According to sources in Freetown on Wed

Swaziland’s Health Minister and her Mozambican counterpart on Monday staged sensitisation campaigns on malaria at the Mhlumeni border post between the two countries, APA reports on Tuesday.

Mozambican President, Filipe Nyusi and his visiting Zambian counterpart President Edgar Lungu have inaugurated a floating thermal power plant in Nacala Port in the country’s northern Nampula Provin

Conflict areas in Sudan face an emergency level of food crisis from March until to September, a report by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET) warned.

Some 300,000 children out of the over 13 million under-five year-olds who are suffering from chronic malnutrition in Nigeria are at risk of dying from the disease, a local organization has warned.T