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South African Wildlife Conservationists Are Poisoning Rhino Horns to Prevent Poaching | TIME.com

South African Wildlife Conservationists Are Poisoning Rhino Horns to Prevent Poaching | TIME.com | My Travels | Scoop.it
South African game reserves have started to poison rhino horns in an attempt to prevent poaching; however, some wonder whether the radical new method will actually help to save rhinos
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Cape Minstrels Parade turns to Cape Minstrels protest march

Cape Minstrels Parade turns to Cape Minstrels protest march | My Travels | Scoop.it

While premier Helen Zille says the Cape Minstrels need to be better organised to be taken seriously on the world stage, a 12 000-strong breakaway group was expected to march in protest in the city in full minstrel uniform on Monday morning. The group will be protesting over the hosting of this weekend’s march on New Year’s Day instead of today. They also want to march through the Bo-Kaap for next year’s parade.


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South African tours have never been so easy to put together, or so affordable! Cape Tours guarantees a superb tour that's at least 10% to 15% more affordable than if you arrange your tour direct.


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Cape Minstrels Parade turns to Cape Minstrels protest march

Cape Minstrels Parade turns to Cape Minstrels protest march | My Travels | Scoop.it
While premier Helen Zille says the Cape Minstrels need to be better organised to be taken seriously on the world stage, a 12 000-strong breakaway group was expected to march in protest in the city in full minstrel uniform on Monday morning. The group will be protesting over the hosting of this weekend’s march on New Year’s Day instead of today. They also want to march through the Bo-Kaap for next year’s parade.
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