April 07

  • Cheetah Fears at Sihepero

    New Era

    Residents of Sihepero in the Kahenge constituency in the Kavango West Region have abandoned their crop fields after they spotted a cheetah in the area two weeks ago and refuse to... Read more »



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April 04

  • Lions Wreak Havoc in Chiredzi

    The Herald

    A pride of 12 lions is terrorising newly-resettled farmers in Chiredzi North constituency, killing cattle, goats and sheep. Read more »

  • Fences and Wildlife Don't Mix

    VOA

    If you want to protect endangered species in the wild, don't fence them in. An article in the journal Science says fencing can actually harm both animals and ecosystems. Scientists... Read more »

  • Singida Village Leader Up for Poaching

    Daily News

    FOUR people including the Kayui village executive officer, Mr Philemon Kanyonga, are being held by the police after they were allegedly found in illegal possession of elephant... Read more »

  • Rhino Poaching On the Rise in Namibia

    Namibian

    THE arrest of three Chinese men found in possession of rhino horns and the killing of two hand-reared white rhinos on a farm close to Windhoek - in a space of a week - has cast the... Read more »



April 03



April 02



April 01

  • New Wildlife Policy Out

    Observer

    Information and National Guidance Minister Rose Namayanja told journalists in Kampala that the move would harmonize the original 1994 WP with the Constitution, and environment and... Read more »

  • Tanzanian Authorities Arrest Six Suspects With 55 Elephant Tusks

    Sabahi

    Tanzanian police arrested six people on Monday (March 31st) in possession of 55 elephant tusks weighing more than 170 kilogrammes, Tanzania's Daily News reported. Read more »

  • Six Held Over Jumbo 'Massacre'

    Daily News

    SIX people, believed to be habitual poachers, were arrested in the early hours of Monday with a consignment of 55 elephant tusks weighing over 170 kilogrammes believed to have been... Read more »

  • Man Gets 25 Years for Killing Zawa Officer

    Times of Zambia

    A Luanshya resident who axed to death a Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) officer and injured another has been sentenced to 25 years imprisonment with hard labour. Read more »

  • Anti-Wildlife Crime Task Force in the Offing

    Malawi News Agency

    Malawi Government in conjunction with the country's law enforcement agencies will soon form a task force aimed at combating the growing wildlife crime in the country. Read more »

  • What a Difference Four Decades Make

    FrontPageAfrica

    President Tolbert's '73 Gift to former U.S. President Richard Nixon would not be a welcomed sight for a visiting head of state today Read more »

  • Hochfeld Elephant Destroyed

    Namibian

    The elephant that wreaked havoc and destruction on Farm Delarey in the Hochfeld, which belongs to Swakopmund pharmacist, Riaan Bornman, was destroyed last Thursday by officials... Read more »



March 31

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