Thuli Madonsela opens a preliminary investigation into corruption enabling rhino poaching

Posted on Apr 10, 2016 in Jamie's blog
Thuli Madonsela opens a preliminary investigation into corruption enabling rhino poaching
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By Jamie Joseph

The Public Protector of South Africa, Thuli Madonsela, has decided to conduct a preliminary investigation into my case regarding corruption enabling rhino poaching.

I have a lot more to say, but right now I am just very grateful that we made it this far. And so I am going to step away from the drama and enjoy the day at Phinda, my most precious wild wonderland. A huge heartfelt thanks to everyone out there that shared the stories and fought for justice against all odds. This is only the beginning. Let us be relentless.

Jamie_Joseph__Thuli_Madonsela_Phinda_10.4.16Jamie Joseph and Public Protector Thuli Madonsela @ Phinda Private Game Reserve / 10 April 2016   © savingthewild.com



Below is a small collection of ‘saving the wild’ interviews and frontline assignments; a journey through what it is we’re all fighting for.

jane_goodall_nz_interview_july2014Photo credit: savingthewild.com

July 2014 / Jane Goodall: Support the rangers on the frontline



helen_clark_headerPhoto credit: United Nations

July 2014 / UN Helen Clark: The poverty link to the poaching crisis



AWF_Billy_Dodson__savingthewild (1)Photo credit: African Wildlife Foundation / Billy Dodson

October 2014 / AWF: Poachers, trophy hunters, and the battle for the horn



NairobiPhoto: Nairobi / Global March for Elephants and Rhinos

October 2014 / World unites for the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos



IAPF Green Army - Greg JohnstonePhoto credit: IAPF Green Army – Greg Johnstone

November 2014 / IAPF Green Army – Eco warriors don’t count on hope



eiaPhoto credit: Environmental Investigation Agency

February 2015 / EIA – China, Tanzania and the blood ivory blacklist



July 2015 / Jamie Joseph launches mission: Solving Poverty Saves Wildlife   #SolvingPovertySavesWildlife



saving_the_wild_comaco_ (4)Photo credit: Jamie Joseph / savingthewild.com

September 2015 / COMACO: Poachers surrender guns for peanut butter and honey



Photo credit: WildAid VietnamPhoto credit: WildAid Vietnam

October 2015: WildAid: Sir Richard Branson leads the charge in race to save rhinos



justus and jamiePhoto credit: savingthewild.com

November 2015: Big Life: Rhino tracking with the poacher that became the protector



#2016YearOfTheRhino - Hashtag a movement - webPhoto credit: savingthewild.com

January 2016 / #2016YearOfTheRhino: The Game Changers



04_rhino_endoscopy_jamiePhoto: Dr Will Fowlds and Jamie Joseph

January 2016 / Saving Themba, the Amakhala rhino



Sharks rugby teamPhoto credit: Jamie Joseph / savingthewild.com

January 2016 / Sharks rugby team determined to make 2016 Year of the Rhino



fb_cover_GwalaOn 28 January 2016 Jamie Joseph publishes her expose: Rhino poaching kingpin and the magistrate that keeps him out of jail



fb_cover_jamie_joseph_government_step_upOn 8 March 2016 Jamie Joseph publishes the follow up story to #ConvictGwalaRhinoKingpin on Huffington Post



Toya Delazy at Giba High School - Photo credit Saving the WildPhoto credit: Jamie Joseph / savingthewild.com

March 2016 / Toya Delazy on mission to save the rhino, one human at a time



jamie joseph - return to the wildPhoto: Jamie Joseph assists in rhino relocation at Phinda (March 2016) © savingthewild.com



Phinda Assistant Reserve Manager Musa Mbatha with his daughter Nomfundo proudly wearing her tshirt 'community can end rhino poaching'Phinda Assistant Reserve Manager Musa Mbatha with his daughter Nomfundo proudly wearing her tshirt ‘community can end rhino poaching’

April 2016 / Phinda: Rural communities are saving rhinos



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