CITES: Curse or Blessing for Wildlife-rich but Poverty Stricken SADC Countries

They were fed-up and armed to the teeth with compelling scientific data in favour of their ivory and rhino horn

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Dear Madam Minister…

TO: The Minister of Environmental Affairs, South Africa The Honorable Ms Nomvula Mokonyane Re. The Captive Breeding of Lions Industry                                                    

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How International Animal Rightist NGOs Function on the Global Canvas

The annual income – derived from public donations in the U.S. and Europe – to ‘conservation charities’, (as the animal

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Offensive AOL Media Release Deleted from TGA’s Facebook Page

Statement from the CEO-TGA: The TGA acknowledges that at 3 o’clock yesterday morning, South African time, TGA’s Facebook page shared

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Gentleman’s Agreement and the Future of the African Elephant

Written by Wei JI an Independent wildlife researcher who provides advice to the Chinese government. _____________________ Ten years ago, in

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The Scourge of CITES

SC69 means the 69th meeting of the Standing Committee. Standing committees concern themselves with work programmes on an ongoing basis.

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Sad Day When Africa Celebrated Animal Rights Groups’ Campaign Against Ivory Trade

So, sad to learn that the Botswana-based Amarula Conservation Trust was presented with an African Leaders For Change Award on

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