Ivory Trade Could Pay Zimbabwe’s Wildlife Management for 20 Years

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to an almost three-month ban on international and domestic travel to Zimbabwe’s prime tourist resorts.

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Covid-19 Delayed The Adventures of the Twins In Africa

By Emmanuel Koro Johannesburg, South Africa 21 May 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has rewritten the script for 2020. Many scheduled

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Celebrate, Animal Rights Groups’ Failure to Influence South Africa

Let’s celebrate victory over animal rights groups’ failure to influence South Africa.   The animal rights groups are currently complaining

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Who else is Benefiting from Safari Hunting?

Widely viewed as only benefiting poor rural residents of Africa, the hunting industry is stunningly benefiting urban residents as well. 

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Three Countries are Declaring Themselves Independent of CITES Controls

Emmanuel Koro Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe are going to submit protest documents that will allow them to legally trade in

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Rural Namibians Pin Hopes For Prosperous Future On Tourism Lodges and Hunting Despite Animal Rights’ Anti-Use Threats

By Emmanuel Koro Johannesburg, 12 October 2019 Namibian rural communities are impressively running lodge and hunting agreements to reduce poverty

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Expatriate South Africans ‘Please Help Save our Hunting Culture’

By Emmanuel Koro Johannesburg, 7 October 2019 The successful but vulnerable South African hunting community worries that Western animal rights

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