When my father was sixteen years old--about 1920--the wildlife in the Wankie
and Matetsi areas was recovering from the Rinderpest epizoic.
There are no precise figures, but about 50 MK men with a smaller number of ZAPU (Zimbabwe African Political Union) combatants took part in the Wankie
campaign, which was launched across the Zambezi from near Livingstone in western Zambia at the end of July 1967.
players earn between pounds 15 and pounds 32 a week; Stars like Drogba, Terry and Carvalho earn pounds 70k-pounds 120k; Abramovich & partner Daria; The Hwange coalmine
I was very saddened to read about the deaths of Peaches and Tatima at the Lincoln Park Zoo (Register-Guard, Jan, 31) and wonder about the fate of Wankie
Also, congregations at salt licks are important in the social lives of elephants and seasonal movements in Wankie
National Park, Zimbabwe, were based on the distribution of slat-rich water holes (Wier 1972).
Most are now tsetse-infected game parks: Serengeti, the Masai Mara, Tsavo, Selous, Ruaha, Luangwa, Kafue, Wankie
, Okayango, Kruger.
Game Reserve and the Inyanga National Park are excellent for observing African wildlife.
Colliery is suffering from that country's political and economic problems.
Young Tumbuka men walked for hundreds and sometimes thousands of miles to seek employment in coal mines in Wankie
in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), in gold and diamond mines in South Africa, in copper mines in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia.
Separation of sphalerite allowed not only the recovery of a new valuable metal, but it also reduced the quantity of coal that had to be imported from Wankie
In 1967, Umkhonto we Sizwe launched its first foreign-based offensive, in the Wankie
district of north-west Rhodesia, together with soldiers from the ANC's ally, the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU).
Top of she list in 1978 was the 1110-room Wankie