Will legal international rhino horn trade save the wild rhino population? Find out here in this thought-provoking opinion post
Rhinos throughout South Africa are being brutally killed for their horns. In this article I would like to focus on some of the positive contributions by the private sector and the trials and tribulations that they face in trying to keep rhinos safe.
There are plans afoot to move rhinos from Africa to Australia as an ‘insurance policy’ and for ‘safekeeping’ in large grass paddocks amongst the gum trees. Is this a valid conservation project (as claimed) or a misdirection of energy and resources by a well-meaning Western society intent on privatising African conservation into their own backyard?
On Monday, three white rhino orphans were peacefully released into their new home within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
A brief summary of the main decisions taken at CITES CoP17 that affect African wildlife species.
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35 rhinos die from blackquarter bacteria on a breeding farm in South Africa, belonging to pro rhino horn trade protagonist, John Hume
Enjoy a talk in Cape Town that will discuss the solutions to saving rhinos.
Having been involved in Namibia’s community-based conservation programme over the past 20 years, Christiaan Bakkes is questioning whether the programme is still the success it has been hailed as.
Youth for African Wildlife is a four week conservation internship directed that gives young adults a unique opportunity to live and learn amongst Africa’s iconic species.
Will exporting South African rhinos to Australia save this magnificent beast from extinction?
In just a few short weeks the world will be taking to the streets in support of our endangered, iconic wildlife species, courtesy of the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos, which takes place on World Animal Day – October 4.