Young Researcher’s Prize Awarded

The Britain Zimbabwe Society is delighted to announce that this year’s BZS Young Researcher Prize has been awarded to Roselyn Masamha. Roselyn is a Lecturer in Learning Disabilities Nursing at the University of Hull and a Doctor of Clinical Education student at the University of Leeds. Roselyn’s research is at the interface of science and…

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BZS News Review

For the latest book reviews and news of ongoing link activities checkout the BZS News Review published four times a year. Available in print by subscription or via this link:…

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Research Day Overview 2016

Just in case you might not make our AGM (see below)please take a look at theBZS Research Day overview_2016 of this year’s Research Day and plan to attend in 2017!…

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United Nations calls on countries to close down legal ivory trade

JOHANNESBURG, Oct 2 (Reuters) – The United Nations on Sunday called for the shutdown of all legal domestic ivory markets as it looks to combat poaching and put pressure on countries that continue to trade in elephant tusks. Source: Reuters:Zimbabwe News…

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African elephant population tumbles due to poaching

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 25 (Reuters) – Africa’s elephant population fell around 20 percent between 2006 and 2015 because of a surge in ivory poaching, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) said in a report on Sunday. Source: Reuters:Zimbabwe News…

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