Mangelsen Black Rhino Fund – Art as a force for good
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Mangelsen Black Rhino Fund – Art as a force for good

Aug 4, 2019

Originally published by Jamie Joseph on Virgin Unite, 31 January 2019 Saving the Wild’s mandate is to eradicate organised crime enabling wildlife poaching. And with less than 5,000 black rhinos left in the wild, it is our duty as a wildlife charity to protect the diminishing gene pool of the black rhino, and at the […]

Saving the Wild Mid Year Report

Saving the Wild Mid Year Report

Jun 26, 2019

Director’s Note | Jamie Joseph The past 12 months has seen Saving the Wild expand our mandate of supporting wildlife investigators, pursuing high level targets and eradicating corruption enabling wildlife poaching. In the race against extinction, we feel it is our duty to contribute towards the protection of the diminishing gene pool of the black […]

Rhino syndicate trial marred by hooligan lawyers

Rhino syndicate trial marred by hooligan lawyers

May 6, 2019

Rhino poaching kingpin finally in the dock after 20 delays 24 April: Day 1 reporting by Tony Carnie of TimesLive. After more than 20 delays to his trial, alleged Zululand rhino horn kingpin Dumisani Gwala has stepped into the dock for charges related to the epidemic butchery of rhinos in KwaZulu-Natal. Gwala arrived at the […]

Zululand Observer: Hunt on for corrupt officials
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Zululand Observer: Hunt on for corrupt officials

Apr 10, 2019

Front page of Zululand Observer, 9 April 2019: Zulu Princess ‘Toya Delazy’ and Saving the Wild founder Jamie Joseph Blood Rhino Blacklist: Hunt for Corrupt Officials Tamlyn Jolly reports for Zululand Observer WHILE the world watches on in dismay as South Africa’s rhino population continues to plummet and rumours of syndicates involving corrupt court officials […]

Blood Rhino Blacklist: R50 000 Reward

Blood Rhino Blacklist: R50 000 Reward

Apr 4, 2019

5 April, page 4, Zululand Observer By Jamie Joseph I had no idea that fateful day in January 2017 who we were picking up from a shopping mall south of Pongola. The email sent to Saving the Wild had revealed that this person was a relative of Z.W. Ngwenya, notorious for representing rhino poachers in […]

Traitors among rangers

Traitors among rangers

Mar 18, 2019

13 March 2019, Kruger National Park: I stood outside of Skukuza court observing the scene. A crowd of friends and family had gathered, waiting for the two Kruger field rangers to be released on bail. On Tuesday, 26 February, SANParks reported that “Kruger National Park (KNP) Rangers conducting anti-poaching operations in the south of the […]

D-Day looms for rhino accused
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D-Day looms for rhino accused

Feb 26, 2019

BYLINE: Orrin Singh | Zululand Observer PHOTO: Jamie Joseph | Saving the Wild ‘THE court will proceed with trial on 24 April 2019.’ Magistrate Zungu ruled with an iron fist last week when she presided over the case against alleged rhino poaching kingpin Dumisani Gwala on Thursday at the Mtubatuba Regional Court. In a case […]

Alleged rhino poaching kingpin trial, and the danger of trolls

Alleged rhino poaching kingpin trial, and the danger of trolls

Feb 21, 2019

Today, 21 February, Dumisani Gwala, the alleged rhino poaching kingpin of Zululand, attempted to change his defense attorney for the seventh time, a worn-out delay tactic that had been working since his arrest in 2014 for attempted murder of a police officer and dealing in rhino horn. Magistrate Zungu, presiding magistrate at Mtubatuba Court in […]

Blood Rhino Blacklist – Chapter 1 – Roll the Dice…

Blood Rhino Blacklist – Chapter 1 – Roll the Dice…

Jan 2, 2019

By Jamie Joseph I’ve been struggling to write a HAPPY New Year post. December is such an awful month in the poaching crisis, with the poachers Christmas shopping, and butchered elephants and rhinos decaying in the blistering heat. There is a war within wars that very few of us ever talk about..post traumatic stress, the […]

Saving the Wild End of Year Report (2018)

Saving the Wild End of Year Report (2018)

Dec 18, 2018

By Jamie Joseph Director’s Note Saving the Wild is the only environmental organization based in South Africa whose mandate is to pursue high level targets and expose the corruption enabling rhino poaching. Our intelligence driven operations are funded by just a handful of philanthropists and organizations, and we cannot thank our donors enough for believing […]

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