Kariba – Update on snared Lion

Staff Writer February 13, 2017 No Comments

Kariba – Update on snared Lion

On Tuesday 7/2 we put out an update regarding a snared Lion and a wounded Hyena. LION – SUB ADULT – SNARED 7/2/16 Parks were alerted by residents to distressed sounds of lion during the night from within the thick bush on the edge of Nyamhunga town ship They were later in the morning alerted […]

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Of Tapas and Reps

Staff Writer February 13, 2017 No Comments

Of Tapas and Reps

HI All, We went along to Bell’s coffee shop at Willowmead Junction last night. Proprietor, Shelly Miller, has a delightful Tapas evening there every Friday evening (6.30pm) with a different guitarist quietly playing in the background. Scrumptious Cuisine. Bells has a full liquor license and Shelly has a good selection of South African Wine. Kevin […]

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Aware

Staff Writer February 10, 2017 No Comments

Aware

AWARE just returned from an emergency operation in Kariba where we required to treat both a snared lion and hyena. We were called at 8am on the 7th February to attend to a suspected snare removal off a lion just outside the township.  We had zero to go on as the bush was so thick […]

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And in other news… 10/02/2017

Staff Writer February 10, 2017 No Comments

And in other news… 10/02/2017

Editor’s note What do you do when you are stuck in a difficult situation? I find it interesting to see how people cope in many different ways. Some people hide away and withdraw, some get angry, and some take it all in their stride. But, what’s the healthiest way to deal with stress? I don’t […]

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Interactive Children’s Museum

Staff Writer February 10, 2017 No Comments

Interactive Children’s Museum

HI All, There are so many talented Zimbos living in the Diaspora travelling the world gaining knowledge and ideas. Many of the younger ones have met and married fellow countrymen. These young families are now starting to return to Zimbabwe so that they can give their children a special kind of education that is hard […]

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Silver Linings December Newsletter

Staff Writer February 9, 2017 No Comments

Silver Linings December Newsletter

A sunny day saw schools competing in the Inter Schools Gala in Novemeber. Pupils from Centre of Excellence, Eaglesvale, Gateway, teh Autism Trust, and Silver Linings swam with their whole hearts, spurred on by parents and teachers watching. Grateful thanks to the Helenic Academy why ably helped the children in the water. The trophy was […]

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Livingstone BiWeekly 8th of Febuary

Staff Writer February 8, 2017 No Comments

Livingstone BiWeekly 8th of Febuary

Lusaka Times The Livingstone City Council says the continuous heavy downpour in the area have caused damage to various infrastructure in the city. And the local authority is consequently appealing to Central government to come to its aid to mitigate further damage to infrastructure in the tourist capital. Livingstone City Council Director Engineering Fred Mukuka […]

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Recycling comments

Staff Writer February 6, 2017 No Comments

Recycling comments

RECYCLING: Environment Africa collect glass, cans, tins, paper / card and plastics (soft plastics, like bread wrappers and hard plastics, like shampoo bottles), for recycling. The collection centre is at 76 Queen Elizabeth Road, Greendale, Tel: +263 (4) 492143 or +263 (4) 492152 email: info@environmentafrica.org Helen Davidson – collects the same as above, from your […]

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And in other news… 03/02/2017

Staff Writer February 6, 2017 No Comments

And in other news… 03/02/2017

Editor’s note In day to day life we go around doing our own business, not aware of much else around us. The other day while driving home, I was waiting at the traffic lights. Normally I would just look ahead in a daze, but this time I was looking around and noticed a homeless man […]

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Bhejane Trust January 2017

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Bhejane Trust January 2017

Rain, rain and more rain!! It has rained almost every day this month. The bush is green, the rivers are flowing (if not flooding), the pans and dams are (generally) full. What a change from last year this time when we were panicking about a pending drought! The wildlife is well dispersed and fattening up, […]

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