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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?
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."
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.
Education Officer Sylvester receives huge accolade
Sylvester Kampamba had a huge surprise last week when an invitation landed on his desk at the Lolesha Luangwa Conservation Programme’s headquarters in Zambia...
Secret night time antics of black rhinos
Sir David Attenborough's latest wildlife documentary reveals new footage of rhinos socialising at night
Latest version of the IUCN Red List declares Western black rhino extinct
The annual update of the IUCN Red List has pronounced the Western black rhino (Diceros bicornis longipes), formerly found in Cameroon and other West African countries, extinct and the Northern white rhino (Ceratoherium simum cottoni) as presum