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Zambia: Lolesha Luangwa
Lolesha Luangwa is a conservation education programme engaging and educating school children living near North Luangwa National Park
Namibia: Save the Rhino Trust
Save the Rhino Trust works to monitor and protect the critically endangered desert-adapted black rhino in Namibia's Kunene region
Will Travers and John Hume debate the legalisation of the rhino horn trade
On 3 August 2016, Born Free's Will Travers and South Africa's largest private owner of rhinos, John Hume, debated the question of whether the international trade in rhino horn should be legalised. Here's Save the Rhino's summary.
Poacher arrests in Zimbabwe's Save Valley
This month in Zimbabwe, more than a dozen alleged poachers – including the nephew of a prominent MP - have been apprehended by the authorities in connection with poaching incidents, some of which are related to the Lowveld region.
23 Nov 2016
Save the Rhino's Mystery Dinner
Join us at The Mermaid in Blackfriars London for our annu...
23 Apr 2017
Virgin Money London Marathon 2017
Be part of the world's biggest fundraising event and help...
30 Jul 2017
Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100
An epic 100 mile cycle challenge - Join team rhino and ri...