If South Africa does not tackle corruption we will lose the war on poaching

Posted on Jun 17, 2016 in Jamie's blog
If South Africa does not tackle corruption we will lose the war on poaching
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In April this year the revered Public Protector of South Africa, Thuli Madonsela, accepted the case Jamie Joseph put forward to her and opened up a preliminary investigation into corruption enabling rhino poaching. It was a resurgence of hope for a conservation community suffering from fatigue.

news_hub_rhino_cakewalk   Watch New Zealand 6’O Clock News / Samantha Hayes interviews Jamie Joseph


Jamie Joseph is a wildlife activist and the founder of Saving the Wild, a registered charity raising money for an anti-corruption fund to expose and eliminate corruption that is enabling rhino poaching. Visit savingthewild.com to support the cause and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.


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