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The fight to bring Zimbabwean rhino poaching kingpin Dumisani Moyo to trial
In Harare Magistrates’ Court this week, Zimbabwean national Dumisani Moyo fought against extradition to Botswana, where he is wanted for smuggling rhino horns and then jumping his bail in that case.
Vietnamese media become change agents to prevent wildlife crime
The role of Vietnamese media in promoting the protection of endangered wildlife, including rhino species, was discussed on the 22nd of September 2017 when approximately 70 influential guests gathered in Hanoi, Viet Nam for a World Rhino Day Seminar organi
John Hume's online rhino horn auction takes place after 11th hour court challenge
Private rhino owner John Hume’s controversial online rhino horn auction went ahead from Wednesday 23 to Friday 25 August, after his last-minute court challenge to the High Court in Pretoria forced South Africa’s Department for Environmental Affairs (DEA)
Reading beyond the statistics: Why South Africa’s poaching crisis isn’t over
Reading beyond the headlines, what do South Africa's latest poaching statistics tell us?
Engaging Vietnamese businesses to reduce demand for rhino horn
The Chi initiative, launched by TRAFFIC and SRI in 2014, continues to actively tackle the demand for illegal rhino horn in Viet Nam.
Major rhino horn kingpin arrested in Viet Nam
A suspected rhino horn kingpin, Nguyen Mau Chien was arrested on 27 April 2017 along with two members of his wildlife trafficking ring.
How can we ensure the security of our rhinos in Europe?
In the wake of the shocking incident at Parc zoologique de Thoiry in France, zoos across Europe have been stepping up their security measures to ensure safety of both their staff and animals
Rhino poached in European Zoo
The poaching of a rhino at Thoiry Zoo is truly shocking. To our knowledge, this is the first incident of its kind in a European zoo.
Behind the scenes: Save the Rhino Vietnam documentary
Save the Rhino Vietnam: Journey to the Edge of Extinction launches on 03 March 2017: World Wildlife Day. We go behind the scenes...
Leading environmental organisations in Namibia hold China accountable for increased wildlife crime
Supported by 40 organisations including Save the Rhino Trust, our key partner in Namibia, an open letter to China's Ambassador to Windhoek calls on the Chinese government to acknowledge the scale of Chinese involvement in wildlife crime and "make good."