Latest articles on Rhino Conservation

Rhino trade in the heart of darknets

Trafficking in endangered species is increasingly moving online. Roxanne Joseph investigates the networks that facilitate these transactions

Rhino, elephant, lion fates to be decided at Cites

The most important conservation meeting in a generation will see debates on the future of more than 500 species.

Billionaire Wiese refunded after unauthorised rhino sale

Christo Wiese is just one of a number of potential buyers who've been refunded their deposits to buy rhino from SANParks.

First two months sees 146 rhino killed

This year 146 rhino have been killed so far, after 1 004 were killed in a record-breaking 2013.

Rhino hunting permit auctioned – despite death threats

A permit to hunt a black rhino in Namibia has been auctioned off in Dallas, US for $350 000 in a bid to raise money for conservation.

Govt’s push to legalise rhino horn trade splits experts

Opinion is divided between those who think legalising the horn trade will save the animal and those who think the move will be ineffective.

Think local to save rhino

Research shows that communities are eager to be involved in fighting poaching.

Sculptors of the bush

Why do the two species of African rhinoceroses matter so much?

Clean up the fund-raising act

Concerns over people who use the name and image of the rhino to raise funds.

Time is running out

The latest official figures show that rhino deaths have continued to soar almost unchecked.

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