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Coal Mining in Hwange Sparks Human-Wildlife Conflicts

Zimparks rangers hunted and killed an elephant which attacked and killed a resident recently. Image by Fairness Moyana


In Hwange, coal mining activities are encroaching on vital wildlife habitats, resulting in increased human-wildlife conflicts as elephants and other animals seek food and water. As climate change exacerbates drought conditions, residents are living in fear of animal attacks, underscoring the delicate balance needed to protect both wildlife and communities.

BY FAIRNESS MOYANA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | JAN 9, 2024

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Binga's Climate Calamity: Children and Women Bear the Brunt of Environmental Devastation

Flood victims at Nsungwale camp before they were relocated await to receive a donation. Image by Fairness Moyana


Amidst a relentless onslaught of climate disasters, the community of Binga finds itself confronted with an array of profound challenges. However, it is the women and girls who bear the brunt of this worsening crisis, experiencing a disproportionately severe impact from the ravages of climate change.

BY FAIRNESS MOYANA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | JAN 9, 2024

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Broken Promises and Neglect: Cowdray Park's Quest for Change

Broken Promises and Neglect: Cowdray Park's Quest for Change

Hlalani Kuhle residents long for transformation of their area especially now following the recent polls which saw the election of a new MP under CCC. Image by Cite


Sixteen years of broken promises and unserviced stands have left Cowdray Park residents disillusioned. With a new MP elected in recent polls, the community looks to the future with hope for change, but concerns about neglected service delivery continue to linger.

BY LIZWE SEBATA, DIVINE DUBE and THUBELIHLE NCUBE | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | SEPT 4, 2023

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Conservation Overlooked in Recent Polls

Conservation Overlooked in Recent Polls

Hwange villagers are hoping the incoming leaders following the 2023 elections will take wildlife conservation issues more serious. Image by Unsplash


Following Zimbabwe's recent national elections, the pressing wildlife conservation concerns in Hwange remain shrouded in silence. Amidst the post-poll power tussle, one question looms large: Did politicians neglect this crucial issue?

BY CALVIN MANIKA and DIVINE DUBE | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | SEPT 3, 2023

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Jahunda Redevelopment Project Hopes Ride on Upcoming Elections

Jahunda Redevelopment Project Hopes Ride on Upcoming Elections

Jahunda residents in Gwanda have regained hope about the possibility of better shelter and health services due to the upcoming elections scheduled for August 23, 2023.


Stuck in limbo for decades, the Jahunda Redevelopment Project has left Gwanda's residents enduring cramped conditions, sharing toilets, and lacking proper shelter. As the elections approach, Jahunda residents see a glimmer of hope in new leadership to finally complete the project.

BY DOUGLAS NCUBE | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | AUG 19, 2023

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