Hunting in Africa - to Ban or Not to Ban?
African nations face pressure to ban hunting, particularly in light of the poaching epidemic. Decisions to allow hunting or ban it are based on assessing the balance between economic gain to conservation efforts, writes Nkabeng Maruping-Mzileni for The Conversation Africa.
The Conversation Africa, 15 July 2015
Hunting has long been a highly controversial activity, whether as a sport (leisure or recreational), for commercial purposes or if done for cultural reasons. African countries that… Read more »
Daily Maverick, 14 July 2015
"Until such time as the voice of the lion is heard, history will be written to glorify the hunter." This powerful African proverb reversed out of a plain black screen grips the… Read more »
News24Wire, 14 July 2015
A hunters' association in Zimbabwe says it is investigating the circumstances surrounding the unexpected killing of one of the country's best-known lions on a hunt last week. Read more »