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Shingirai Madondo

Gaborone, Botswana
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About Shingirai
Shingirai Madondo is a journalist based in Francistown, Botswana. I am generally an all rounder. I do report on all beats be it politics, business, finance, economics, climate issues. I am currently working with Xinhua News Agency as well as Voice of America (Zimbabwe Service). But before joining Xinhua and VOA, I worked with The Voice, Yarona FM, Patriot on Sunday, Weekend Post and The Echo.
Languages
English Ndebele Shona
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Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Skills
War Reporter Training Fact Checking
Portfolio

BOTASH sets sight on improving Tutume District economy

01 Oct 2023  |  The Business Weekly & Review
Botash has launched a five-year strategy to boost the economy of the Tutume District by identifying and supporting income-generating projects within local communities. Managing Director Kangangwani Phatshwane highlighted the importance of sustainable projects to ensure community resilience post-mining activities. The company has already allocated P57 million towards local development since 2020. Recently, Botash donated P1.5 million worth of printing and photocopying machines to several schools. Finance Minister Peggy Serame reiterated Botswana's commitment to economic growth and job creation in her recent budget proposal.

Botswana's ruling party to promote work opportunities for youth

10 Sep 2019  |  www.iol.co.za
Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi announced that the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) aims to create more jobs for the youth over the next five years, as part of their election manifesto. The BDP plans to encourage innovation, entrepreneurship, and small business development, and will initiate a Graduate Development Program to utilize young people's skills. Parliamentary and local elections are set for October 23, with the winning party's leader becoming the president.

Botswana to seek ways to manage elephant population

26 Jun 2019  |  www.xinhuanet.com
Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi announced plans to lead a delegation to Angola to discuss methods of managing the country's growing elephant population. The delegation will include Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism Kitso Mokaila and Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation Unity Dow. Botswana, which hosts nearly one-third of Africa's elephants, has seen its elephant population increase to an estimated 160,000 since 1991. The government recently lifted a hunting ban from 2014, but officials believe hunting will not significantly reduce elephant numbers. The delegation seeks to learn from Angola's wildlife management practices.

Botswana to seek ways to manage elephant population

26 Jun 2019  |  www.xinhuanet.com
Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi announced plans to lead a delegation to Angola to discuss methods of managing the country's growing elephant population. The delegation will include Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism Kitso Mokaila and Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation Unity Dow. Botswana, which hosts nearly one-third of Africa's elephants, has seen its elephant population increase to an estimated 160,000 since 1991. The government recently lifted a hunting ban from 2014, but officials believe hunting will not significantly reduce elephant numbers. The delegation seeks to learn from Angola's wildlife management practices.
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