Zimbabwe’s environment minister has pledged to introduce “serious reforms” in the wildlife industry after the killing of dozens of elephants in Hwange, although she maintains that there have been “worse killings” elsewhere.Oppah Muchunguri told the Sunday Mail that there are not enough rangers patrolling the Hwange National Park, and that the few that do, live in deplorable work conditions.She said thatmore resources should be given to the communities that live close to the park, where most of the 60 elephant poisonings took place in October, so that they donot harbour poachers.Zimbabwean Police have arrested three journalists following a story alleging the involvement of a top police officer in some of the poironings.The three, Mabasa Sasa, Tinashe Farawo and Brian Chitemba, all from the Sunday Mail have been charged with publishing falsehoods and face a fine or 20 years in jailed if found guilty.
Arsenal starlet Bukayo Saka looks set for a significant pay rise in a new contract despite the club seeking wage cuts among their squad due to the coronavirus outbreak. Loading… Promoted ContentThe Most Beautiful Middle Eastern ActressesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist9 Best Movie Robots Of All TimeCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True After a stand-off between the board and players, Arsenal are now set to agree a plan for players to take a 12.5 per cent pay cut due to lost revenue from the disruption caused by the pandemic. Despite this agreement being made, 18-year-old Saka, who has enjoyed an impressive break-out season at the Emirates, will earn significantly more than his current £5,000-a-week wages when the new deal is signed, according to The Athletic. The London-born winger, who has also impressed at left-back this season, has been a positive part of a challenging season for the Gunners and looks set to extend his deal that was due to expire in June 2021, in a deal that was believed to be in the works before the coronavirus caused football to stand to a halt. Saka’s emergence has attracted interest form the likes of Manchester United, but boss Mikel Arteta has remained confident of securing the youngster’s long-term future. ‘The club is doing what it has to do and is having conversations. (Hopefully) we’ll get it resolved’, Arteta told The Sun last month. The North-London club had been seeking the players to reduce their wages in order to allow non-playing staff to continue receiving all of their wages as uncertainty hangs over football due to the Covid-19 outbreak. It was previously thought that Arsenal players were against reducing their wages but now look set to follow in Arteta’s example by taking pay cuts. Arsenal’s agreement of pay cuts includes a clause that will see players recoup their lost wages should they qualify for next season’s Champions League plus a bonus of £100,000. read also:Covid-19: Wan-Bissaka doles out £10,000 for DR Congo The 12.5 percent reduction will be for an entire year, from April 2020 to March 2021. If they qualify for the Europa League, the percentage will be reduced to 7.5 percent. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Emmanuel Eboue, who only signed for Sunderland on March 9, has been banned from playing football for a year by FIFA due to a dispute with an agent.A FIFA judgement has banned him taking part “in any football-related activity” for a year – or until he pays the money he owes to his former agent.In 2013, Eboue had been ordered to settle a debt with agent Sebastien Boisseau, with a fine for non-compliance following the next year – but this latest FIFA decision indicates that the money has still not been forthcoming.Eboue had appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport about the fine levied on him in 2014, but that was dismissed. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports