wildlife

 
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
There are few easy wins when it comes to regional relations in Southern Africa. But on wildlife conservation, the Southern African Development...
The fate of unique species in Tanzania’s coastal forests hangs in the balance
The fate of unique species in Tanzania’s coastal forests hangs in the balance
Tanzania is known for its tapestry of lush forests, expansive grasslands and tropical beaches, and abundant and diverse wildlife. Its coastal...
The tusk at hand: SA begins great elephant trek
The tusk at hand: SA begins great elephant trek
Owing to an overpopulation of elephants at its Limpopo nature reserve, diamond producer De Beers has opted to relocate 200 elephants to Mozambique....
Spooks implicated in Botswana’s mysterious ivory stockpile
Spooks implicated in Botswana’s mysterious ivory stockpile
Botswana’s intelligence agency has been accused of using its anti-poaching operation to conceal elephant tusks from the responsible government...
Protecting African wildlife
Protecting African wildlife
Roadkill. For the motorist, this word may invoke the frustration of vehicle damage or a potentially dangerous incident; little more. It is...
Abalone poaching: Lifting the lid on why, how and who
Abalone poaching: Lifting the lid on why, how and who
Wildlife poaching has long been a subject of interest in academia.
The river that got lost on its way to the sea
The river that got lost on its way to the sea
I love the feeling of sand between my toes as my feet sink into blond sand all the way from my tent to the bar. A few minutes later, drink in hand, I...
Morgan's Somalia trek a sign of hope
Morgan's Somalia trek a sign of hope
A lone male elephant named Morgan has surprised conservationists after walking 220km from Kenya to Somalia. The animals have rarely been spotted in...
South African breeders buck the system
South African breeders buck the system
Conservationists are infuriated about a consignment of more than 200 wild animals that are due to be shipped from South Africa to national parks in...
[Slideshow]Living on the edge of extinction
[Slideshow]Living on the edge of extinction
The bi-annual Living Planet Index, released by the World Wide Fund for Nature, found that human activity has wiped out half of Earth’s wildlife.
Kenyans rally to save their wildlife
Kenyans rally to save their wildlife
The bonfire of 11 tonnes of ivory in the Nairobi National Park in 1989 remains the most powerful symbol of Kenya's role in curbing the...

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