Rhino Poaching in South Africa

British Photographer wins Award drawing attention to “South Africa’s Rhino War”

British photographer Richard Humphries, who recently won an award for his graphic photographic portrait of "South Africa's Rhino War", describes the poaching scenes he witnessed in...
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The king returns to Cradock

For the first time in more than a century, the lion’s roar can be heard through the tranquil wilderness of the Mountain Zebra National Park near...
End Ivory funded terrorism

Last Days…Video to end Elephant Ivory-funded Terrorism

Is it the same for everyone now when they hear a sentence with the word ‘ivory’ in it? Does everyone get that feeling? The...
World Elephant Day

Honouring World Elephant Day…before our elephants are wiped out…

Today is the third annual World Elephant day when people around the globe are encouraged to take part in actions and activities to help save...
Rhino, South Africa

A Look at the Other Side as Carte Blanche Stirs Up...

Several people in South Africa were upset by the controversial broadcast on Sunday night of a segment by Carte Blanche that cast doubt over the rhino horn...
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Poisoning horns to save rhinos

The latest attempt to counter the thriving crime of rhino poaching comes in the form of a poisonous substance with which a game reserve...
Dr Ian Player

Dr Ian Player passes away, leaving a legacy for us to...

It is with sad regret that we have received reports on the death of South African (and international) conservation legend Dr Ian Player. Dr Player...
Little rhino with the Great Heart

The Little South African Rhino with the Spirit of the Great...

Johnny Clegg need look no further in his search "for the spirit of the great heart under African skies" - check out this little...
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Tragic First Elephant Poached in Kruger in a Decade

The South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced the tragic news of the first confirmed elephant poaching incident in the Kruger National Park (KNP)...

Rhinos in Boucher’s safe hands

Following a severe eye injury which forced his early retirement, former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has gloved up for rhinos – the cricket star...

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