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Silent extinction: Zimbabwe’s hotbed of environmental crime

Poaching and illegal coal mining threaten the future of Matabeleland’s elephant population. Nokuthaba Mathema investigates. Ivory stockpile: The elephant herds of Matabeleland…

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Environmental (mis)management in Zimbabwe

The Environmental Management Agency does not have enough power to curb rampant water pollution and land degradation. Mandla Tshuma investigates the battles…

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Lithium haulage trucks chaos: Villagers at risk as mine neglects road safety

Heavy trucks transporting lithium ore from Sandawana to the Gwanda lithium mine (plant) in Mandiwongola are leaving a perilous trail…

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Ncube’s Cowdray Park projects in limbo after Zanu PF bags seat

After witnessing a flurry of rare development projects in the run-up to the August elections, residents of Bulawayo’s sprawling high-density…

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Mine blasts threaten houses and schools in Pumula

Priscila Ngwenya is not the only resident in Pumula North suburb, Bulawayo, who is worried that her house might collapse…

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LSU corruption scandal deepens as more rot exposed

More rot has been unearthed at Lupane State University (LSU) in Matabeleland North, as alleged fraudulent practices at the institution…

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Failure is what happens when schools are without teachers

THE poor national examination results achieved by students in Binga schools each year tell a story of an underfunded education…

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‘Shoddy’ voters roll might leave thousands stranded in Cowdray Park

Cowdray Park, a sprawling high density suburb on the outskirts of Bulawayo, will be one of the closely watched constituencies…

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Deka River: Matabeleland North’s river of pain

Deka River, a tributary of the Zambezi River, has been heavily polluted with metals, industrial pollutants released by local and…

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Zim women bear brunt of state sponsored violence

Nobuhle Ndlovu of Lobengula West and Siphiwe Ndlovu of Saucerstown were among four people in Bulawayo who filed an assault…

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