Youths Unite to Transform Communities Through Clean-Up Campaigns

DT Correspondent Harare : In a remarkable display of dedication and community engagement, a local non-profit organization led by young individuals is making a positive impact on communities through their participation in monthly national clean-up campaigns. Let It Shine Youth Association, under the leadership Ms Hillary Chikunguru, recently took part in a successful clean-up campaign […]

Govt Implements Measures to Climate-Proof Livestock Sub-Sector

DT Correspondent Kadoma, Zimbabwe – In an effort to ensure sustainable herd growth amidst the challenges posed by climate change, the government has intensified measures to climate-proof the livestock sub-sector, according to a senior government official. Chief Director of the Research and Specialist Services Directorate Dr Dumisani Kutywayo highlighted these efforts during the two-day stakeholder […]

FAO, Govt Collaborate to Address Climate Action in Livestock Systems

DT Correspondent Kadoma, Zimbabwe – The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is partnering with the Government of Zimbabwe to host a crucial validation workshop on the National Climate Action in Livestock Systems. The two-day workshop, held under the theme “Scaling-up climate actions to enhance nationally determined contributions (NDC) on climate and livestock,” brings together a […]

Jumbos Deaths in Zim Signal Crisis Amidst El Niño Phenomenon

DT Correspondent Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe – The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has issued a warning regarding a mounting crisis in Zimbabwe, as close to a dozen elephants have fallen victim to extreme temperatures in Hwange National Park. The El Niño weather pattern has triggered scorching hot weather conditions, resulting in the drying […]

‘Conserving Wildlife Can Help Mitigate Climate Change’ – IFAW

DT Correspondent The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) will be present at the upcoming COP28 in Dubai, urging governments and stakeholders to recognize the crucial role of wildlife conservation in addressing the urgent challenges posed by the climate crisis. The 28th Conference of Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) will […]

Zim Ranger Mpofu Honoured in London

Pic Credit: Chris Jackson for Getty/Tusk

DT Correspondent Zimbabwean ranger Jealous Mpofu has received a prestigious honor at the 11th Edition of the Tusk Conservation Awards in London for his remarkable efforts in saving painted dogs from the brink of extinction. Mpofu, who works as a ranger with Painted Dog Conservation (PDC), has been instrumental in advocating for awareness and protection […]

IFAW Highlights Nature-Based Solutions as Top Priority at COP28

DT Correspondent Harare: – As global temperatures continue to rise, this year’s COP28 global climate conference, scheduled from November 30 to December 12, is set to tackle the pressing issue of climate change. The conference comes at a time when the world is experiencing record-breaking levels of global warming, leading to extreme temperatures and cyclones. […]