10 Best Elephant Hunting In Zimbabwe

Updated on: September 2022

Best Elephant Hunting In Zimbabwe in 2022


Heat Thirst & Ivory; Elephant and Other Hunting Adventures in Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Angola

Heat Thirst & Ivory; Elephant and Other Hunting Adventures in Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Angola
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Battle for the President's Elephants: Life, Lunacy and Elation in the African Bush

Battle for the President's Elephants: Life, Lunacy and Elation in the African Bush
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022

Augusts in Africa: Safaris into the Twilight: Forty Years of Essays and Stories

Augusts in Africa: Safaris into the Twilight: Forty Years of Essays and Stories
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022

Hunting the Elephant in Africa and Other Recollections of Thirteen Years Wandering (African Hunting Reprint Library)

Hunting the Elephant in Africa and Other Recollections of Thirteen Years Wandering (African Hunting Reprint Library)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

Elephant hunting in East Equatorial Africa (African hunting reprint series)

Elephant hunting in East Equatorial Africa (African hunting reprint series)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

The Last Safari:A Season of Discovery in Zimbabwe

The Last Safari:A Season of Discovery in Zimbabwe
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022

A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa: Being a Narrative of Nine Years Spent Amongst the Game of the Far Interior of South Africa

A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa: Being a Narrative of Nine Years Spent Amongst the Game of the Far Interior of South Africa
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022

Hunting Trips in Northern Rhodesia: With Accounts of Sport and Travel in Nyasaland, and Portuguese East Africa,

Hunting Trips in Northern Rhodesia: With Accounts of Sport and Travel in Nyasaland, and Portuguese East Africa,
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022

A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa: Being a Narrative of Nine Years Spent Amongst the Game of the Far Interior of South Africa

A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa: Being a Narrative of Nine Years Spent Amongst the Game of the Far Interior of South Africa
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Nature Of The Lion

Nature Of The Lion
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022

GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons' Elephant-Killing Will Likely Drive Customers Away

Outrage over a video showing Bob Parsons' elephant hunt is at a fever pitch. Ultimately, what effect does public condemnation have on corporate CEOs?
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Bob Parsons wasn't poaching; what he did was completely legal. Limited animal hunts are a part of conservation and control. His elephant hunt wasn't much different than what are called Damage Hunts in the American West. Still, it's not everyday people see an elephant shot on video. The public condemnation will most likely hurt GoDaddy.

Does outrageous behavior or statements by executives always damage the brand? What are some other examples to learn from?

BP CEO Tony Hayward goes yachting

When British Petroleum CEO Tony Hayward went to watch his 700,000 yacht "Bob" compete in a race around the Isle of Wight while oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico, he was roundly denounced. It was only a short time later he announced his resignation.

BP as a company continues to experience problems. BP is the majority owner of the Alaska Pipeline. In January of this year it experienced another in a line of shutdowns due to leaks.

And just today, March 31, BP lost in front of an arbitration tribunal on a deal with a Russian company. The setback might not be directly related to the disaster, but it's not hard to imagine others being wary of doing business with BP.

Enron Executives caught manipulating power supplies

When tapes surfaced of Enron executives bragging about manipulating electricity supplies in California and making fun of "Grandma Millie," the fallout helped ensure executives from the collapsed energy giant would face repercussions.

One former CEO, Jeff Skilling, is in jail. Another, Ken Kay, died from heart failure. There have been suicides and thousands lost their life savings. A film,The Smartest Guys in the Room, documents the fall of Enron.

Wall Street and the engineers of financial meltdown

When the deepest global downturn since the Great Depression began, we didn't know just how much damage economic malfeasance would do. Lack of confidence in economies the world over persists, as does a deep distrust of banking interests.

While some prosecutions may come, to date virtually no one has been held to account. Perhaps it's the scale of the shenanigans. Justice still may be forthcoming to those found culpable.

A film by Michael Moore, Capitalism, a Love Story, asks us to look at needed reforms.

In light of other scandals, it's hard to predict just what the fallout will be for Bob Parsons and GoDaddy. More than likely, customers will be driven away.

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