Despite the decline in rhino poaching, there are critical threats to the survival of these iconic animals
More than 40 critically endangered black rhino and near-threatened white rhino will be reintroduced to the Zinave National Park
The Rockwood Conservation reserve boasts zero poaching incidents in six years and its breeding project is successful, but costly
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
Chumlong Lemtongthai was released from the Kgosi Mamparu 11 facility on Tuesday, after serving just under six years of his jail sentence
China is the biggest market for ivory yet Chinese business people are funding the war on poaching
Science may throw the northern white rhino a lifeline as the last male standing hits old age.
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.
Mpumalanga’s rhino-farming tycoon, John Hume, says the best financial investment is to keep stockpiling rhino horn because the price keeps rising.
The carcasses of three white rhinos — two pregnant — believed to have been shot by poachers, have been found in Limpopo by patrolling rangers.
Wildlife traffickers are laundering hunting permits to smuggle rhinoceros horns to the Far East for use in medicinal potions.