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  1. Zimbabwe: A timeless majestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    "It's like standing on the edge of heaven, isn't it?" says the smiling gift-shop cashier as she rings up my purchases. "I've been working at the falls for nearly four years and every day it amazes me."

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  2. Ngorongoro Conservation Area sets path for sustainable tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | World Heritage Centre News

    Ngorongoro Conservation Area joins Lake Malawi National Park, Maloti-Drakensberg Park and Mosi-oa-Tunya/Victoria Falls in strategic planning for sustainable tourism The first capacity building workshop in sustainable tourism for the World Heritage site managers, community representatives and tourism industry stakeholders was held at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania from 10 to 14 March 2015. The event was hosted by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority.

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  3. Epping Upper Clapton vice president Danny Elmer on a similar trip in 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Guardian-series.co.uk

    Seven rugby coaches travelling to Zimbabwe aim to use the power of the sport to break down social barriers and educate underprivileged children. Next Thursday , the group from the Epping Upper Clapton rugby club will travel to Victoria Falls to a remote primary school and spend 10 days coaching tag rugby to children of all ages.

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  4. Rey arfjor ur on CNN List of Must-See PlacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Iceland Review

    The town of ReyA arfjA rA ur in East Iceland, home to a large smelter, is among 10 'Places to See Before They're Changed Forever,' according to an article on cnn.com by Tamara Hinson. "It's thought the influx has been prompted by the growing popularity of the Nordic Noir genre-typified by TV shows like The Killing and Fortitude, both of which have enjoyed huge success in Europe and United States," she writes.

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  5. Zimbabwe: Govt Prepared to Take 'Hard' Measures to Reduce Wage BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | AllAfrica.com

    GOVERNMENT is prepared to take 'hard' measures to reduce its crippling wage bill, which consumes 82 percent of its total revenue and to amend labour laws to make it easier for companies to retrench, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said at the weekend. Reduction of the high wage bill is among key targets under the International Monetary Fund's staff monitored programme , an informal and flexible instrument for dialogue between the Fund staff and a member country on its economic policies.

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  6. Zimbabwe: Work to Trim Civil Service BeginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Government has tasked the Ministry of Finance to co-ordinate efforts to reduce the huge wage bill chewing over 80 percent of the National Budget with a head count of personnel and their duties having been recently initiated as part of efforts to trim the civil service. A senior Government official yesterday confirmed that the Civil Service Commission had initiated a head count of personnel and their duties.

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  7. Chinamasa: Govt to cull 500,000 workforceRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Zimbabwe Situation

    THE Government is prepared to take 'hard' measures to reduce its crippling wage bill, which consumes 82 percent of its total revenue. The administration will also amend labour laws to make it easier for companies to retrench, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said at the weekend.

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  8. 10 places to see before they're changed foreverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | CNN

    Greek airline Hellenic Seaplanes recently announced plans to connect 100 of country's islands, starting with Crete , Skyros and Pelion. Managua, the capital, is located on the southern shores of Lake Xolotlan.

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  9. 10 places to see before it's too lateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | CNN

    Greek airline Hellenic Seaplanes recently announced plans to connect 100 of country's islands, starting with Crete , Skyros and Pelion. Visitors to Nicaragua have been on the upswing due to infrastructure improvements, but since construction of a planned canal linking the Pacific with the Atlantic Ocean started in December, they've skyrocketed.

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  10. Southern Africa: Late Rains, Floods Dampen Regional Food Security SituationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | AllAfrica.com

    ... states." According to a regional food security assessment presented at the 34th SADC Summit held in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe in August last year, the region had recorded a cereal surplus of more than 670,000 metric tonnes during the previous ...

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  11. Zambia: 'Zambia, Zim Must Make Zambezi River Produce More Electricity'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | AllAfrica.com

    ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe must remain focused in ensuring that the shared Zambezi River, produces more electricity and continues to provide a livelihood for people who live along it, Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma has said. Mr Yaluma said there was need for the two countries to remain focused so that they achieve and meet the expectations of the people of Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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  12. .com | Buffalo gores Zim boy, 14Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | News24

    A Zimbabwean boy was badly injured when he was gored by a wounded buffalo in Zimbabwe's top tourist resort of Victoria Falls, the official Chronicle reported on Wednesday. Brendon Nkomazana, 14, was collecting firewood near a veterinary office in the town when the buffalo emerged from long grass and attacked him on Sunday morning.

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  13. Enchanted Kingdom eBook - Chapter 7: Mercurial Waters - Africa's great riversRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | MSDN Blogs

    Over the last few weeks we've learned an awful lot about that variety of of creatures, plant life, terrain and weather that Africa plays host to. Chapter 7 of the Enchanted Kingdom educational eBook sees us on the penultimate leg of our journey across the continent, but be sure to keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles! Africa has some of the largest and most awesome rivers on Earth Congo , Nile , Zambezi .

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  14. Buffalo gores Zimbabwean teenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Iol.co.za

    A Zimbabwean boy was badly injured when he was gored by a wounded buffalo in Zimbabwe's top tourist resort of Victoria Falls, the official Chronicle reported on Wednesday. Brendon Nkomazana, 14, was collecting firewood near a veterinary office in the town when the buffalo emerged from long grass and attacked him on Sunday morning.

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  15. Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe Shuts Down After Student UnrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | AllAfrica.com

    THE University of Zimbabwe was Tuesday forced to shut down after hundreds of students, infuriated by a strike action by lecturers and catering staff, tried to vent their anger on the institution's administrators who had to flee for dear life. In a statement, UZ Registrar, Sergeant Chevo announced the closure of the institution of higher learning which he said was inspired by the unrest.

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  16. Ten reasons why Zambia is Africa's hidden safari gemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Examiner.com

    Canoeing and walking safaris also offer a more active and participatory experience - especially for those who want more exercise than safaris just by jeep alone otherwise allow. 2. Zambia's legendary Master Guides.

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  17. Teeming with Wildlife, Sparse in Tourists - Ten Reasons Why Zambia is Africa's Hidden Safari GemRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | PR Log

    Wild Planet Adventures' best way to experience the wonders of Zambia is on their 18-Day Ultimate Wildlife Safari starting at $15,798 per person, double. The season is year-round but the best wildlife viewing is from July through October.

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  18. We expect to see healthy growth in both inbound and outbound travel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | PR-inside.com

    We expect to see healthy growth in both inbound and outbound travel as Zimbabwe improves its international travel connections and raises its profile on the global tourism stage. Benefiting from a wide range of tourist attractions, the country has a lot to offer potential visitors and businesses, though restriction on foreign ownership may deter investors.

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  19. Scariest bungee jumpsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Fox News

    In 1988, daredevils AJ Hackett and Henry van Asch created the world's first commercial bungee jump in Queenstown, New Zealand: the Kawarau Bridge Bungy at just 439 feet high. Close to 30 years later and however you spell it, bungee jumping continues to be a worldwide addiction for adrenaline lovers and for those looking to give themselves the ultimate challenge, with elevations reaching as high as 700 feet.

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  20. Zimbabwe: Stanbic Bank Opens Branch in HwangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | AllAfrica.com

    Stanbic Bank last Friday opened a new branch in Hwange as the bank widens its branch network by bringing innovative financial services to the coal mining town. The Hwange branch is situated at the New Hwange Shopping Complex and brings the number of Stanbic Bank branches across Zimbabwe to 20. Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe's head of personal and business banking Mr Brian Ndadzungira said: "The branch will cater for the needs of both personal and business customers and will provide 24-hour ATMs that accept Stanbic, Visa, MasterCard and Zimswitch-enabled cards.

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