Hwange National Park

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    Shock as China lectures Mnangagwa on transparency over mineral revenue

    FOR many years, Chinese companies have been on the receiving end of claims that they are not transparent in their operations and are destroying ecosystems in their search for raw materials in Africa. But when Zimbabwe last week reversed its decision to license Chinese companies to mine Zimbabwe’s Hwange national park, China lectured the southern African nation on the need to be transparent.…

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    Chinese firm opens up on Hwange National Park mining operations

    CHINESE mining firm, Zhongxin Mining Group Tongmao Coal Company (Pvt) Ltd, has made a spirited defence of its controversial operations in the giant Hwange National Park and wants the High Court case in which a local environmental group is seeking its eviction, dismissed on technical grounds. This came out during the set down on the case heard Thursday last week…

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  • Courts and Law

    Govt bans mining in wildlife parks

    GOVERNMENT has banned mining in game reserves following concerns from conservationists who accused two Chinese companies of exploring for coal in the country’s biggest national park, Hwange. Hwange, in western Zimbabwe, is home to the country’s biggest elephant herd – more than 40,000, large prides of lions as well as buffalo, among other game and birds that are popular with…

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