An undercover operation by the South African Police Service bared fruit on Friday when a police officer suspected of corrupt and criminal activities took the bait in the form of two rhino horn and was subsequently arrested near Ubombo in...
Rhino breeder John Hume keeps nearly 800 of the almost extinct beasts on his cattle-style ranches in South Africa and has a multimillion pound stockpile of their horns. (@zgoldhammer is rhino horn farming a viable solution?
The Guardian Gangs raking in thousands from the rising tide of wildlife crime The Guardian Poaching, poisoning and the theft of animals may sound like activities from Britain's past, but modern gangs are muscling in on the act.
Malawi govt secures arms to curb animal poaching Nyasa Times In a bid to curb animal poaching in the country's national parks and game reserves, government has secured at least 10,000 rounds of ammunition and 150 rifles for the department of Parks...
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