PICTURES: Zimparks Game Rangers Drowned By Poachers In Lake Kariba

The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) has revealed the identities of the two game rangers who were downed in Lake Kariba by poachers suspected to have been from Zambia.

In condolence messages sent to the bereaved families, Zimparks identified the deceased as Timothy Tembo and Chidumo Mabarani. Below are the pictures of the departed game rangers:

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2 comments on “PICTURES: Zimparks Game Rangers Drowned By Poachers In Lake Kariba

  1. May their Souls Rest in Peace. Zim Parks has to up their game and stop being obsessed with selling wildlife to other countries. They also should start to MANAGE their wildlife – some towns and border areas are totally overrun by Baboons and errant elephants. The Wardens need to get off their arses and go on game drives around their respective parks and see the bad roads, check for non licenced tour guides and vehicles, hear and watch the animal-disturbing helicopter flights and stop being money hungry by selling your estates to South Africans or locals who will never look after them. whilst your entry fee to the Park maybe onlt the rquivalent of USD$1, the lodges springing up within the Parks estate cost between USD$500 to USD$1500 per night, totally shutting out the residents of this country.

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