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Reserves say it’s fair game to cover costs

Trophy hunters legally shot wild animals that move from Kruger on to some private reserves, but the Game Theft Act has muddied the waters.

Captive-bred or canned hunting?

According to Edna Molewa there's a big difference between shooting of captive-bred versus shooting of canned lions.

Lions bred like lambs for slaughter

Despite efforts to ban the burgeoning business, canned lion hunting is bringing in big money from trophy - and bone - hunters.

NGO to take Acsa to court for ‘censoring’ advert featuring Zuma

Avaaz.org on Sunday announced that they were taking Airports Company SA (Acsa) to court for removing posters about lion hunting from OR Tambo Airport.

SA breeders embrace growing Asian demand for lion bones

Activists and lion breeders are again at odds over "canned" hunting - legal in SA - which some argue is no more unethical than farming chickens.

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