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  • Nigeria: Gov Chime's Ostrich, Monkey Attack Police Man, Civilian

    Daily Trust

    Enugu State Governor, Sullivan Chime's ostrich and monkey turned violent and attacked a police officer attached to the Government House, Enugu while the monkey assaulted a civilian... Read more »

  • Kenya: Magic Can Catch Poachers - Elders

    The Star

    Chairman Ronald Mwasi told KWS director William Kiprono that they are capable of using traditional ways to arrest armed poachers by making them fall asleep using magic. Read more »

  • Kenya: China Totally Against Wildlife Destruction [opinion]

    Capital FM

    I am very delighted to be joined by the distinguished guests present here today for this very important ceremony. The Embassy of China in Kenya will officially hand over another... Read more »

  • Kenya: KWS to Fete Adamson With Lion Sanctuary

    The Star

    TWENTY-five years after British wildlife conservationist George Adamson was felled by a poacher's bullet within Kora National Park, the park is set to have a lion sanctuary made in... Read more »

August 15

  • Zimbabwe: Villager Fined for Killing Lions

    New Zimbabwe

    A CHIREDZI villager has been ordered to pay a fine of $40,000 to Chiredzi rural district council after he snared two stray lions that had killed his cattle. Read more »

  • Kenya: Govt to Set Up Wildlife Forensic Lab

    Capital FM

    The Government has announced plans to construct a wildlife forensic laboratory to aid in the provision of accurate identification of wildlife and wildlife products in order to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Serengeti Wildlife to Get Water From L. Victoria

    Daily News

    IN a bid to improve availability of water for wildlife, the government plans to connect Serengeti National Park (SENAPA) with Lake Victoria by integrating Ghuba Speke Game... Read more »

  • Kenya: KWS Secures Dying Habitats to Save Sitatunga

    The Star

    SITATUNGA, a rare swamp-dwelling antelope is almost is being driven to extinction in Kenya because of encroachment of the last swamps where its found. Read more »

  • Kenya: Ol Pejeta Finally Lets the Dogs Out

    The Star

    Zorro is one of the six anti-poaching dogs at the ranch Read more »

August 14

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