In Chinatown, horn and ivory are sold openly and cheaply alongside fresh produce and crafts.
Deaths from poaching may soon outpace the rate at which the animals are being born, writes Sipho Kings.
The number of alleged rhino poachers arrested in South Africa this year now stands at 147, says the environmental affairs department.
Project Rhino KZN wins the Rhino Rescue Award.
SA's tally of poached rhino looks set to exceed last year's 668 killed, with officials saying 367 have been killed in the first five months of 2013.
Wessa Rhino Initiative is the runner-up in the Rhino Rescue Award.
Attempts have been made to deter rhino poachers. But the consumers of the horn must also be targeted because they are the ones driving demand.
Andrew Parker's point about inertia in the conservation industry is exacerbated by the fatigue and frustration associated with academic debate.
Legalisation of international trade will not eliminate rhino poaching, but it will save a species, writes Andrew Parker.
Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa has thrown her weight behind controversial calls for the legalisation of trade in rhino horn.