The Botswana government has been accused of valuing wildlife more than human life, as it ups the ante against illegal hunters in the region.
Poaching levels might have dropped in South Africa, but the number of rhino killed across the continent has hit record levels.
The rate of rhino poaching has dramatically slowed, with fewer animals killed in this year than in 2014.
Number 1 goes on the defence of SA’s endangered rhino.
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The Wilderness Foundation's rhino horn demand reduction campaign brought 22 Vietnamese students to experience the SA wild and workshop campaign ideas.
Killing elephants and rhinos for even a part of their bodies wounds our humanity and lives.
By working on a proposal to CITES to legalise trade in rhino horn, South Africa could actually be fueling rhino poaching.
SA holds the rhino's fate in its hands, but will it become a hero of conservation or a pariah?
Landowners and conservationists are seeking safe havens as far afield as the US for animals at risk from a poaching epidemic.
Despite more resources provided to curb the soaring number of rhino poaching, South Africa has seen an increase this year compared to last year.
Science may throw the northern white rhino a lifeline as the last male standing hits old age.
The fact that the poachers shot calves and took a small bit of rhino horn shows just how much it is worth in the illegal international market.
With just five left on earth, the animal's end is inevitable, and experts argue whether it's viable to give the species a resurgence in captivity.
The environment minister has announced that the decision to sell a massive rhino horn stockpile will be based on a committee's findings.
Lifting ivory and rhino horn trade bans could translate to an economic turnaround for Africa, where the black market for animal products is thriving.
Poachers are using corporate canelands as an open "highway" from Mozambique into the Kruger National Park.
The department of environmental affairs has announced plans to relocate 'up to 500' rhino from the Kruger Park in a bid to thwart escalating poaching.