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Rhino horn trade conference “tells it like it is”

The controversial OSCAP conference, entitled ‘Risk Assessment of Rhino Horn Trade’ ended yesterday on a positive note. The participants agreed to work together to ensure that all South Africans were made aware of the risks associated with legalising rhino horn trade.

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Remembrance in Rwanda

Earlier this week, Rwanda came together as a nation to remember the 1994 genocide, marking the start of 100 days of mourning. The ceremonies held across Rwanda on Monday 7th April, the anniversary of the start of the killings, are part of Kwibuka, an annual event to commemorate the genocide.

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Waddling for penguins

Penguin Promises encourages people to make promises to the penguins by changing their personal environmental behaviour. To raise awareness they walked for a week along the most splendid stretch of coastline from Gansbaai to Boulder’s Beach in the Penguin Waddle.

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International rhino conference gears up for a tough debate

An international rhino conference taking place in Pretoria next month has attracted a list of high-profile speakers from across the world to debate its headline issue: “Assessing the risks of rhino horn trade”.

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Pro-trade responds to rhino conference

Advocates for the trade in rhino horn speak out regarding the rhino conference organised by the Outraged South African Citizens Against Poaching (OSCAP).

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It’s time for the Cape Town Eco Film Festival

The Cape Town Eco Film Festival will be the first of its kind in the city. The festival will take place at the Labia Theatre on Orange Street in Cape Town, and will run for five days from the 27th to the 31st March.

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Enter the Mzanzi Trophy for the African adventure of a lifetime

This could be the adventure you’ve been looking for. The Mzanzi Trophy is an exhilarating road trip unlike any other.

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Rhino trade conference will see sparks fly!

On the 8th and 9th April, wildlife trade experts, field biologists, academics, tourism experts, conservationists and economists will gather in Pretoria to lay the issue of the trade in rhino horn before the South African people in the court of public opinion. The debate is likely to get pretty intense.

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Global march for lions

South African wildlife activists have initiated a Global March for Lions that will be held in various cities throughout the world to highlight the plight of lions caught up in the canned hunting industry.

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Vasectomy: A way to save biodiversity?

On Friday 18 October 2013, 1 000 men in 25 countries will dedicate their vasectomies to Mother Earth, find out more here…

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