Video Period 25 minutes 25 seconds
Zimbabwe pushes to promote its $600m stockpile as international locations in southern Africa again name to loosen up world ban.
Whereas dwindling elephant populations are below menace in lots of components of the world, it’s a special story in southern Africa.
Zimbabwe specifically has seen numbers develop a lot that it now says it’s struggling to handle them.
It needs to promote its giant stockpile of ivory to assist pay for higher conservation.
Worldwide commerce has been banned since 1989.
Will lifting it encourage extra poaching?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Tinashe Farawo, Spokesperson for Zimbabwe Nationwide Parks
Will Travers, Conservationist and president of the Born Free Basis