A former Parks and Wildlife Department (Zimparks) director will later this month go on trial over the disappearance, under his care, of some 53 rhino horns worth $3million.

Climate change is putting increasing stress on the livelihoods of people living in the world’s drylands. Smallholder irrigation has long been seen as a means of improving food security in areas with unpredictable rainfall, and is now being promoted as part of climate change adaptation strategies.

Harare - A video has emerged of Zimbabwean parks rangers in the main Hwange National Park capturing young wild elephants, allegedly for export to China.

Until recently, farmers in this town in southern Zimbabwe struggled to water their crops, frustrated by poor rainfall and the regular breakdown of the diesel engines that powered their irrigation s

Climate Zimbabwe has ratified the Paris Agreement on climate change, according to Veronica Gundu, deputy climate change director in the Environment, Water and Climate Ministry.

Road traffic accidents claimed at least 930 human lives between January and July 2017 in Zimbabwe, with the biggest disasters relating to two bus accidents which killed a total of 74 people in Apri

Harare – Zimbabwe continues to prioritise its citizen’s health as evidenced by the increase in access to improved sources of water and sanitation in the rural areas.

Health ministers from 47 African countries are meeting in Zimbabwe this week to address some of the biggest health challenges on the continent.

The agreement, signed by Health minister David Parirenyatwa and his South African counterpart Aaron Motsoaledi on the sidelines of the World Health Organisation (WHO) regional conference for Africa

Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Huang Ping places a stone at the site of a weir dam wall, officially handing over a productive asset to the community of Shauke in Zvishavane yesterday

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