In the wake of his death from COVID-19 last year, his children — including two former U.S. collegiate-level golf players — are continuing his work.
Villagers living near to where the incident occurred in Zimbabwe were later allowed to take home elephant meat from the accident scene.
The wife claimed that the groom already had four wives, including herself, and the bride was aware of this.
The man, from Zimbabwe, was picking mangoes when he was bitten by the highly venomous snake.
Passenger names, addresses and contact information are among the details covered by the CDC's directive.
The Omicron variant that first emerged in Botswana, has now been detected in South Africa, Hong Kong and Israel.
Anti-poaching team member Clever Kapandura was described as a "kind, dedicated, passionate, and well-respected member of the Victoria Falls community."
The elephant was shot dead following the incident, and people have been urged not to get close to the animals in the Zimbabwe park.
The conservationist and Animal Planet host is publishing a book about his run-ins with dangerous creatures—and people.
For Zimbabwe, culture is ingrained in everyday life.
The victim, identified as 81-year-old Langson Svondero, was with his grandson when he was attacked by a charging hippopotamus, authorities said.
Due to drastic inflation in Zimbabwe, many people risk their lives to cross over to South Africa for basic goods such as cooking oil and laundry powder.
In the long term, Washington would be better served by addressing African priorities than by trying to counter China at every turn.
The interactive Doodle follows the story of a girl discovering the mbira and teaches users how to play the instrument virtually.
African countries only account for 2 percent of coal demand, yet are willing and compelled to take a different path. If the smaller, poorer and vulnerable countries can do it, so can you.
The 95-year-old, who died in Singapore, ruled Zimbabwe with an iron fist until toppled by a military coup in 2017.
Zimbabwe's Bubye Valley Conservancy is closely guarded.
"This is the worst disaster in Mozambique's history," one aid organization told Newsweek.
A special team of Zimbabwean women have transformed from victims of violence into protectors of the country's most valuable natural treasures — its endangered elephants and rhinos.
In 2000, war veterans evicted at least 4,500 white farmers who are still feeling the effects of having their farmlands expropriated.
Two people are killed by elephants on average each year in the area around the national park located in Thailand.
"God showed me a certain tree and certain people. We have found the cure for HIV and AIDS," Walter Magaya told followers last month.