Mozambique poaching enriching North Korea’s leadership

by Don Pinnock The fatal breach in South Africa’s defence against rhino poaching in the Kruger National Park is Mozambique – and corrupt diplomats are continually widening it –According to a study just released by Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime, the country is incapable of disrupting the criminal syndicates that have turned it into … Continue reading Mozambique poaching enriching North Korea’s leadership

Elephant numbers in Africa decrease by a third in just seven years – survey

by Adam Cruise A pan-African survey of African savannah elephants has revealed declines of a staggering 30% – 144 000 elephants – between 2007 and 2014 in the areas covered by the survey. The Paul G. Allen’s Great Elephant Census (GEC) is the first continent-wide aerial survey of African elephants using standardised methodology. Principal investigator, … Continue reading Elephant numbers in Africa decrease by a third in just seven years – survey