Despite the decline in rhino poaching, there are critical threats to the survival of these iconic animals
Interim interdict ‘spares death’ of 170 animals at the hands of hunters, judge says
More than 40 critically endangered black rhino and near-threatened white rhino will be reintroduced to the Zinave National Park
Investors will see returns if the critically endangered rhino population increases in two designated South African parks
Cathy Dreyer, the first female head ranger of the Kruger National Park, speaks to Sheree Bega about earning the trust of black rhinos by reading to them and why the park’s hard-working rangers deserve the admiration of all South Africans
The good news is that the drought has eased, poaching is down and the environment department is now not only focusing on the poachers but is going after crime syndicates
Six black rhino, who are listed as critically endangered, will be moved to Chad in 2018.
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.
Mpumalanga’s rhino-farming tycoon, John Hume, says the best financial investment is to keep stockpiling rhino horn because the price keeps rising.
Melita is the latest victim of a worrying surge in rhino poaching which has hit the whole of the region of hills and high plateaux in Kenya.
Conservationists flew the first five of 32 critically endangered East African black rhinos from SA back to their habitat in Tanzania’s Serengeti.
Wildlife traffickers are laundering hunting permits to smuggle rhinoceros horns to the Far East for use in medicinal potions.