Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Malawi to relocate 500 elephants to new sanctuary

Malawi wildlife experts will move 500 elephants from two overcrowded wildlife reserves in the country's south to Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, a distance of more...

Famous lion Killed in Namibia

Animal lovers have expressed their outrage around the world after a famous endangered lion was shot dead with two others fighting for their lives...

South African Supreme Court of Appeal rules in favor of domestic rhino horn trade

South Africa will allow domestic trade of rhino horns again, after a seven-year ban. This is after the South African Supreme Court of Appeal...

Chinese institution develops an all-weather comprehensive anti-poaching vehicle

The Shanghai Advanced Research Institute (SARI) has developed an all-weather comprehensive anti-poaching vehicle that could help track and report movement of poachers in real...

Lion Cubs born in Rwanda in over two decades

Three lion cubs were born in a wildlife park in Rwanda boosting efforts to restore the country's lion population, which was wiped out following...

Title deeds for plots on riparian land to be revoked

Over 2,000 titles deeds for plots on riparian reserves will be revoked. Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero gave a directive to the National Land Commission...

Zimbabwe put its wild animals up for sale

Zimbabwe put its wild animals up for sale on Tuesday, saying it needed buyers to step in and save the beasts from a devastating...

Zimbabwe suspends hunting of big Cats after online petition hit a million signatures

The Zimbabwe Wildlife authorities have suspended the hunting of big cats and elephants around Hwange National Park. This came after more than one million...

Angola Pledges to Robustly Combat Ivory Trade

Angola has announced that it will vigorously combat the ivory trade, pledging to close one of the largest domestic ivory markets in the world...

Zimbabwe against trophy hunting ban imposed by the European Union

The Zimbabwe Government is against the ban of importation of trophies hunted from Zimbabwe imposed by the European Union after the killing of Cecil...

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