Why Zimbabwean villagers are struggling with a false scarcity of fuelwood

Rural people's access to fuelwood isn't determined by the availability of the wood, instead it's controlled by power dynamics....

Wetlands protection: HWT intensifies push for legislative reforms

The Harare Wetlands Trust in partnership with Veritas and the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR)...

Wetlands preservation equally important in ensuring water supply

HWT response to 2020 budget presentation...

‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: The Struggles of Women in Zimbabwe’s Mining Industry

Female miners seek equal opportunity in Zimbabwe’s male-dominated mining industry, but several cultural and financial obstacles...

Zimbabwean parliament begins public consultations on proposed investment law

HARARE (Xinhua) -- Two Parliamentary portfolio committees on Monday begin public consultations on the Zimbabwe Investment...

Zimbabwean Villagers Resist a Chinese Company’s Mining Project

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwe has clamored for outside investment in recent years, but villagers north of the...

Chinese Companies Tear Down Zimbabwe’s Environment

MUTARE, Zimbabwe—The environmental impacts by some Chinese companies operating in Zimbabwe can only be described as...

Zimbabwe Wetlands Construction Triggers Environmental Worries

HARARE — In Zimbabwe, migration from rural to urban areas has created a demand for housing, leading...

HCC blames EMA and politicians for wetlands destruction

HARARE-Harare City Council (HCC) says the country’s laws and powerful politicians are hampering the local authority’s...

Wetlands Vanishing Despite Laws Protecting Their Existence

HARARE – The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights says despite powerful legislation designed to protect wetlands, extensive development continues to...

Dirty business: the soil-hunters eating Zimbabwe’s habitable land

HARARE, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At a makeshift Pentecostal church in one of Harare’s poorer...

Zimbabwe’s farmers feel the heat of fires – and of price hikes

An extended dry season and a lack of foreign currency for maize seed suggest Zimbabwe's small-scale...

Zimbabwe’s farmers feel the heat of fires – and of price hikes

HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An extended dry season, runaway wildfires and a lack of foreign...

Parly challenged to protect wetlands

A CROSS section of Harare residents have challenged Parliament to review the process of issuance of...

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