Zimbabwe wants to sell $300m ivory to fund conservation

Zimbabwe wants to sell $300m ivory to fund conservation

[Africanews - Africa] - 12/06/2019
Zimbabwe has become the latest Southern African nation to take on elephant conservationists, by demanding it is allowed to sell its stockpile of ivory to raise money for conservation. Wildlife authorities in the cash-strapped nation estimate the country’s decades-old hoard of ivory is worth (...)
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