Corner Sandringham Drive & Borrowdale Road
P. O. Box CY140
Corner Sandringham Drive & Borrowdale Road
P. O. Box CY140
Call: 0774 327 376 or 08677707627 ext 151
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Zimparks youtube channel (ZimparksTV) premiers Isaac the Rhino documentary.watch online. https://youtu.be/oy7O8PGtIWg
ZimPark’s recently conducting a Human Wildlife Conflict policy development workshop with Civil Societies, Academia representatives, Government and Community. The objective was to work out a framework policy that will help deal with individuals and communities affected by Human Wildlife Conflict.
REGISTRATION OF CANDIDATES FOR LEARNER PROFESSIONAL HUNTERS/GUIDES EXAMINATIONS-2019 FIRST SESSION
Pre-entry requirements for learners theory tests for Hunters/Guides and Canoe Special paper Valid first Aid Certificate (MARS, EMRAS, St Johns, RED CROSS, and ACE Air & Ambulance)
Pre-entry requirements for oral interviews for Learner Professional Hunters/Guides Valid first Aid Certificate (MARS, EMRAS, St Johns, RED CROSS, and ACE Air & Ambulance)
Canoeing Proficiency (Lower Zambezi, Chirundu)
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The positions of Business Enterprise Manager have arisen in the Authority at Cluster Level. The incumbent will be reporting directly to the Cluster Managerand to the Head Office Commercial Division. The post requires a person who is a self-starter and is able to champion the Authority’s business strategy at cluster level.
Duties of Position: shall include the following: –
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILL
Interested candidates should address their applications including up to date CVs to:
The Human Resources Manager
Parks & Wildlife Management Authority
P O Box CY 140
The application should be sent by email on email@example.com not later than 5February 2019.
The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority wishes to invite expressions of interest for the provision of Consultancy Consortium (Architectural, Engineering Consultancy Services and Quantity Surveying Services). Consultancy services required are for works in relation to Design of Entrance Gate for Hwange Main Camp National Park:
The Individual Firms or members of the consortium must have the following;
The Expression of Interest shall include the following but not limited to:
Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act [Chapter 22:23] and Authority procedures for the acquisition of Consulting Services.
Expression of interest shall be submitted in sealed envelopes (3 copies) clearly marked Design Services to:
Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority
ORhand delivered into the trunk situated by the Reception Area at
ZIMBABWE PARKS AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY, Corner Borrowdale Road and Sandringham Drive, Botanical Gardens, Harare.
NOT LATER THAN 10:00 HRS 12 -02 – 2018.
The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, Board, Director General, Directorate, Management and staff would like to send its heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of the late Ranger Lewis Mupazviriho. We are saddened to hear of the loss of a dedicated member of staff. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Parks and Wildlife Management Authority invites tenders from suitable and reputable suppliers.
The Request for Proposals (RFP) may be collected from Parks and Wildlife Management Authority Head Quarters upon payment of US$10.00 non-refundable. Bids in sealed envelopes should be addressed to, The Procurement Management Unit, Parks and Wildlife management Authority, P.O Box CY140 Causeway Harare or can be delivered to The Procurement Committee, Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, Corner Borrowdale Road and Sandringham Drive Harare, not later than 10.00hrs on the closing date shown below
|TENDER NUMBER||DESCRIPTION||CLOSING DATE|
|PWMA/DOMESTIC 06/2018||SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF DIARIES AND CALENDARS||11.01.2019|
The closing Date for submission of Bids is 4thof January 10.00am. Bidders are free to witness the opening of the tender on the closing date and time at, Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, Head Office Lecture Theatre, Corner BorrowdaleRoad and
NB: SUPPLIERS MUST COME AND FAMILIARISE WITH OUR CURRENT DIARIES AND CALENDARS.
Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry at the launch of the Fish Cage Culture Project
Minister Retired Chief Air Mashal P. Shiri giving a speech at the official launch at the lion project at Chinhoyi Recreational Park – Lion Park.
Director General Mr. Mangwanya addressing stakeholders and residence in Mashonaland West | Biri Dam Cage Culture launch.
A command cage fisheries project has been launched at Biri Dam in Makonde, Mashonaland West Province and will benefit Zvimba, Makonde and Chinhoyi constituencies.
The project will start off with 10 000 fingerlings, which are expected to be ready for harvesting within the next 4 to 5 months, with a projected volume of 4 tonnes.
Launching the project, the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement, Retired Air Chief Marshall Perrance Shiri described the initiative as tailored towards transforming the livelihoods of communities with a view of bridging the life styles gap between urban and rural populations.
“The command cage fisheries programme is within the framework of the national policy to diversify farming activities in the face of climate change. The Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry must therefore create conditions which allow communities easy access to natural resources within their localities,” said Minister Shiri.
The Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Cde Prisca Mupfumira urged those implementing the cage fisheries projects to work as organised groups, and pledged to peg license fees at nominal levels for communities living within the source of wildlife resources.
According to Mashonaland West Provincial Affairs Minister, Cde Mary Mliswa, such projects are important in guaranteeing food security and nutrition.
In total, the province has received a donation of about 115 000 fingerlings.