This year 146 rhino have been killed so far, after 1 004 were killed in a record-breaking 2013.
A R232-million grant, given to the Peace Parks Foundation by the Dutch and Swedish postcode lotteries, will go to combatting rhino poaching.
Poachers are killing rhinos at a record rate, sparking fear of the demise of the entire population within 20 years.
The desire for scarce rhino horn has ensured that anti-poaching efforts have not stopped the killing.
Charity Rhino Ark says rhinos in Kenya are increasingly vulnerable to organised poaching gangs and should be protected in sanctuaries.
A rhino called Thandi that survived an attack by poachers in the Eastern Cape has fallen pregnant, says the Kariega Game Reserve.
The relentless poaching of rhino has been continuing with 1 000 set to be killed by the end of 2013.
The government has been pushing for the legalisation of the trade in rhino horn, which has been banned for three decades.
Opinion is divided between those who think legalising the horn trade will save the animal and those who think the move will be ineffective.
Research shows that communities are eager to be involved in fighting poaching.
Why do the two species of African rhinoceroses matter so much?
Concerns over people who use the name and image of the rhino to raise funds.
The latest official figures show that rhino deaths have continued to soar almost unchecked.
The environment show 50/50 has ignited a legal feud in rhino conservation circles, writes Sipho Kings.
The Dallas Safari Club is auctioning off a chance to shoot a black rhino in Namibia. The expected proceeds of R7.5-million go to rhino conservation.
Madikwe Game Reserve in the North West has gone from suffering rhino poachings every week to having none in the last three months. Here's how.
Frankly speaking, I am of the view that the content of the M&G article "Rhino horn trade thrives in Jo'burg" may mislead the public, writes Pan Peng.
Madikwe Game Reserve used to be the most poached placed outside of Kruger. But the rangers have learnt how to fight back - and word has spread.
In Chinatown, horn and ivory are sold openly and cheaply alongside fresh produce and crafts.