E-mail Extra subscribers will know the latest because I will have issued news bulletins to them. Non-E-Mail Extra subscribers can catch up on the news by going to our web site (www.huntingreport.com) and scrolling down to E-Mail Extra Bulletins. I post all of our news bulletins there on a delayed basis.
My bet and this is sticking my neck out is, Zimbabwe is muddling forward as you read this with an inflation rate nearing an annual 100,000 percent and refugees continuing to pour into neighboring South Africa. Obviously, this situation is not sustainable over the long haul. A new political order will have to emerge or things will eventually break down. Until one of those happens, hunting is providing the life support system for Zimbabwe's wildlife, inspiring the government to keep poachers out of the important public hunting lands. Hunters who are braving the ambiguities surrounding hunting in Zimbabwe are making an important investment in the future of this country's wildlife.
The only hard news about Zimbabwe worth passing on this month is word that the UK arms embargo I have told you about in the past is now being honored by members of the European Union. This means you cannot transit a UK or EU gateway with a gun on a ticket showing Zimbabwe as your final destination. You must buy a ticket to a country in the region South Africa, for example and a separate ticket from there on to........(continued)