A new hard-hitting video by Andy Fackrell and Sam Coleman is shedding light on how drone surveillance can combat poaching.
Four years ago, a South African presenter and a filmmaker set out to tell the shocking tale of rhino poaching.
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, China, Thailand and the Philippines, some of the world’s worst countries for poaching and illegal trade in ivory have been allowed to exit a key international initiative set up to curb the mass slaughter of elephants.
Researchers believe that the one way to protect abalone and the legal sale of the commodity is to introduce international collaboration to regulate its trade.
Up until now, Botswana has been an unparalleled conservation success story
Happy rangers, less danger? Kruger National Park officials are determined to put their staff first in the battle against poaching.
Last week, the carcass of a 40-year old elephant bull was found in Ngamiland, northern Botswana, partly covered with still green Mopane bushes and half of its skull hacked away by poachers to remove its tusks. The bull was killed during full moon two days earlier.
That takes it up to a total of nine this year alone…
A change for better or worse?
Look, if you’re going to go lolling about trying to kill wild animals, you better be ready for the potential risks that come with that gig. AFP reports that a suspect poacher was killed by a pack of lions close to the Kruger National Park over the weekend. Police confirmed the incident and said that little […]
Sjoe. That’s pretty heavy.
Dumisani Gwala has had his trial postponed 14 times. Hmm…
Our courts have always said they are serious about punishing these evil poachers… but if you can make bail, it shouldn’t be a problem.
The Taiwanese media recently started to debunk the myth surrounding rhino horn and it’s about time.
So the scumbags have made their way to Europe.
A Pretoria High Court ruling has lifted the six year moratorium on the domestic rhino horn trade.
While the ex-Mozambican president’s figures cannot be confirmed, nobody seems to be able to to deny them either…
You might have heard of the Maasai Warrior cricket team before. They are a group of Maasai Warriors who are playing cricket to spread a positive message.
The mostly-female Black Mambas have been awarded a top accolade for their rapid and impressive impact in combating poaching, their courage and their commitment.
At six years old she decided that you’re never too young to make a difference and there’s no sign of slowing.
14 local Scholars (chosen by Kusasa) were able to experience a three hour educational trip to Aquila Private Game Reserve (Western Cape), where they got to see the ‘Big 5’
In the debate that rages around rhino conservation there are pro traders and anti traders and rather like Kipling’s ballad it’s a case of ‘ … East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet …’ But maybe not. A recent meeting in Cape Town suggests that not only might there be a truce in the offing, but also a common strategy to stem the current loss of more than three rhinos a day.