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  • Stiff Penalties for Poaching in New Bill On Conservation

    AIM

    The Mozambican parliament, the Assembly of the Republic, on Wednesday unanimously passed the first reading of a bill on conservation areas which dramatically increases the... Read more »

  • KWS to Pay Victims in Mandera

    The Star

    The Kenya Wildlife Service Mandera station will spend Sh3 million to compensate people who have been affected by wild animals. Read more »

  • Panel Clears Kenya Wildlife Officials of Poaching Accusations

    Sabahi

    Several Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) officials interdicted last year on accusations of poaching were found innocent after a panel tasked to investigate them cleared them of any... Read more »

  • Botswana, Zambia Hunting Ban Boosts Zim

    CAJ News

    ZIMBABWE has projected revenue from safari hunting to increase significantly this year following the ban on wildlife hunting in neighbouring Botswana and Zambia. Read more »

  • Illegal Allocation of Hunting Licenses Linked to U.S Ban On Tusks

    SW Radio

    The unlawful allocation of hunting licenses in Zimbabwe in recent years has been pegged as a major factor in the decision by the United States to ban hunted elephant trophies. Read more »

  • DPWM Holds Consultative Meetings

    The Point

    The Department of Parks and Wildlife Management (DPWM) through strategic support from sustainable land management project (SLM), a project being implemented under the Ministry of... Read more »

  • SA, Mozambique MOU to Help Address Wildlife Crimes

    SAnews.gov.za

    South African and Mozambique will next week sign a Memorandum of Understanding in the field of Biodiversity, Conservation and Management, which will help in the fight against rhino... Read more »

  • Gcwihaba Caves Are a National Monument [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    Gcwihaba caves were declared national monument in 2006 because of their unique geological formation of beauty containing stalagmites and stalactites that also supports unusually... Read more »



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  • Beyond Gorillas, Rwandan Culture Is Raking Tourist Dollars

    New Times

    Roughly a five-minute walk from Musanze bus station, below a steep escarpment with dense vegetative cover, sits the modest offices of a local tour company, Amahoro Tours. Read more »

  • Guns and Dogs At Mara Gates Won't Stop Poachers

    The Star

    If you have been to Maasai Mara of late like I have been, you must have gone through the rigorous routine of the searches at the two main entrances to the Mara conservancy. I call... Read more »



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