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NGO Takes Zim Government to Court to Stop Chinese Mining Operations in the Hwange National Park

Elephants drinking at a pond in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park. Photo by Christine Donaldson on Unsplash

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association announced that it will take legal action to stop Chinese mining operations in the Hwange National Park.

Last week, the Zhongxin Mining Group Tongmao Coal Company began mining in two coal concessions that were allocated by the government in Zimbabwe’s national park.

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