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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The Great Elephant Census (GEC)

Its faults and its foibles I was taken to task at last year’s (2016) CITES meeting – by the IUCN’s

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The Importance of Lion Hunting in Zimbabwe

REPORT FROM CONSERVATION FORCE Media outlets are reporting that “Xanda,” a six-year-old African lion and the alleged “son” of “Cecil,”

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Hunting & Tourism in Namibia – Both Working for Conservation

I am not a hunter. Nor have I ever been. I am a vegetarian (since the age of about 11),

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The Rhino in Crisis & The Misuse of Donor Money

The city of Maputo is safe haven to several rhino poaching syndicates. Swaziland’s rhinos are the closest rhinos to Maputo,

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