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  • Conservation center working to save Africa's painted dogs
    Conservation center working to save Africa's painted dogs
    Dog lovers have you ever heard of the painted dog?The African wild dog(Lycaon pictus),painted dog orsometimes known, as Cape hunting dog is a protected endangered species. Ouroverland journey from Bulawayo to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe...
  • Mel Reynolds
    Former Congressman Mel Reynolds deported from Zimbabwe after pleading guilty
    Former Illinois congressman Mel Reynolds, 62. is being deported from Zimbabwe after he pleaded guilty to having stayed in the country on a visa which had expired some time ago. Reynolds was arrested this past Monday on the expired visa charge as...
  • Sharks
    Into Africa: African Travel’s Shark Diving
    Reported by J.S. Fletcher and Kathy M. NewbernSince the early days, people have gone on safari to Africa to see and, in some cases to hunt, big game animals. The “Big Five” (rhino, elephant, leopard, lion and Cape buffalo) were deemed...
  • Mel Reynolds likes him some lust...
    Gun-grabbing, sex-offending ex-rep Reynolds arrested on porn charges in Zimbabwe
    Disgraced ex-congressman Mel Reynolds has been arrested in Zimbabwe on pornography and immigration charges, Fox News reported Tuesday.“Reynolds was arrested Monday at a Harare hotel after he brought several Zimbabwean models and other women...
  • Poacher shot while poisoning elephants with cyanide
    Poacher shot while poisoning elephants with cyanide
    An unidentified poacher involved with the mass killing of elephants via cyanide has been shot by rangers at Zimbabwe’s Matusadonha Game Preserve. Three others, however managed to escape capture.According to parks spokeswoman Caroline Washaya...
  • Elephants in Zimbabwe killed by cyanide
    Elephants in Zimbabwe killed by cyanide
    Authorities at the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe have confirmed the death of at least 87 elephants from ingesting cyanide laced into their natural salt licks during the past four weeks. Six poachers were arrested in August for poisoning 47...
  • Elephants poisoned in Zimbabwe: Over 81 are dead
    Elephants poisoned in Zimbabwe: At least 81 are dead
    Hwange National Park in western Zimbabwe has been the scene of 81 elephant deaths this month due to poaching. According to a Sept. 24 report onYahoo! News, poachers seeking the valuable ivory elephant tusks used poison to kill the huge animals....
  • The smiles of Zimbabwe are infectious
    The smiles of Zimbabwe are infectious
    In Zimbabwe’s century old Mbara Township, a child in the bustling Curio Market, Harare’s largest for traditional arts and crafts, begs to have his picture taken. His mother grants permission. His eyes shine as he views himself on my...
  • Zimbabwe
    Zimbabwe hospital charged women $5 for every scream during childbirth
    A Zimbabwe hospital charged women $5 for every scream during childbirth. The Washington Post reports on July 11 that the hospital is on an official list of global corruption. Women were fined under the category of raising a false alarm and had to...
  • Swallowed by hippo and alive to tell tale: Guide has close encounter in Zimbabwe
    Swallowed by hippo and alive to tell tale: Guide has close encounter in Zimbabwe
    The phrase "swallowed by hippo" is trending on May 9. And after a close encounter that included a vicious attack courtesy of this large animal, a guide named Paul Templer is alive to tell about that harrowing experience that happened in...
  • Three meals illustrate Zimbabwe’s cuisine
    Three meals illustrate Zimbabwe’s cuisine
    On any photo safari through Zimbabwe gazelle, antelope, impala and warthog are seen by the dozen. Crocodiles make venturing into the rivers for a swim unwise. It does not take that much imagination to realize that these animals, exotic to Western...
  • Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe
    Pentecostals denounced by Zimbabwe president
    Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Sunday denounced Pentecostal Christians as “false prophets,” according to the official government website."Traditional churches - among them Methodist, Catholic and Anglican - conducted their...
  • WFP Food Aid for Southern Africa
    Hunger season strikes Southern Africa
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said today it's scaling up efforts to feed 3.5 million people in the worst drought hit areas of Southern Africa. Malawi, Zimbabwe and Lesotho are the hardest hit countries.Lack of rain has meant poor crop...
  • At Zimbabwe’s Antelope Park Lodge, guests can walk with lions
    At Zimbabwe’s Antelope Park Lodge guests can walk with lions
    Antelope Park Lodge is an oasis of green calm in central Zimbabwe, hidden from the gated and securely fenced animal preserve. Bisected by a slow meandering river with lush water plants and tropical foliage, guests can relax in lawn chairs or in...
  • Sizzla
    Sizzla to perform in Zimbabwe in spite of Mugabe's comments
    Despite disparaging comments made by Robert Mugabe about his country, internationally acclaimed Reggae star, Sizzla Kalonji still plans to perform in the Zimbabwe president’s homeland on an upcoming tour.Sizzla remains scheduled to perform a...
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