According to the Department of Environmental Affairs, the time has come to sell rhino horn.
In the midst of a global poaching crisis, today marks the launch of the most comprehensive Training Guidelines for Field Rangers prepared to date.
Intelligence is increasingly referred to in the wildlife sector, but is it clearly understood and the most effective method of wildlife protection?
A wildfire broke out in Pringle Bay, in the Western Cape on Monday afternoon.
Flash floods are expected in some parts of Gauteng, as the rain is expected to persist for the rest of the week.
The fate of South Africa’s rhinos continue to hang in the balance as the South African government dithers over releasing rhino poaching statistics.
The Western Cape Health Department’s vaccination drive is now being expanded.
Mining and environment will face-off in the Western Cape High Court on Monday when mining company Tormin takes on the SA department of environmental affairs amongst others, to defend itself against allegations of contravention and non-compliance with SA environment codes.
Western Cape police have seized almost R60 million in poached abalone over the month of February.
A clean up operation is now underway, to fix any damage and destruction caused by cyclone Dineo.