GAME OVER FOR CROOKED MAGISTRATES?
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GAME OVER FOR CROOKED MAGISTRATES?

Apr 22, 2018

Mervyn Naidoo reports for Sunday Tribune: Time could be up for a crooked cabal of magistrates, state prosecutors and police allegedly working closely with a criminal syndicate in subverting justice in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is alleged that the senior magistrates linked to the syndicate are getting paid to let off rhino poachers, murderers and rapists […]

Open Letter: #JusticeForRhinos #JusticeForZululand

Open Letter: #JusticeForRhinos #JusticeForZululand

Apr 19, 2018

Open Letter to the South African Government: The recent death of Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, is the face of extinction, with his passing in Kenya sending tremors of heartbreak throughout the world. Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (HiP) in Zululand, once a global conservation success story for bringing the southern white rhino population back from […]

Rhino horn accused ‘protected by bribery’

Rhino horn accused ‘protected by bribery’

Jul 23, 2017

Introduction by Jamie Joseph | Saving the Wild Gwala arrogantly rants to police officers that he will never stop killing rhinos. It is up to every one of us to make him stop. Unlike the Sunday Times, who need to walk the legal tightrope, I have no hesitation to name both the magistrate and defense […]

Saving the Wild with legendary wildlife photographer Thomas Mangelsen

Saving the Wild with legendary wildlife photographer Thomas Mangelsen

Jan 17, 2017

Rhino Mission: 30 January – 10 February 2017 One of the most prolific nature photographers of our time, Thomas Mangelsen is as much an artist as he is a conservationist. Tom was named the 2011 Conservation Photographer of the Year by Nature’s Best Photography, placing his work in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian’s National […]

Saving the Wild Fundraiser

Saving the Wild Fundraiser

Feb 26, 2016

For the last couple years Jamie Joseph has been writing stories from the frontline of Africa’s poaching crisis. Last month on the 28th of January she published a story exposing Gwala, arguably the biggest ever kingpin identified in these rhino wars, and the allegedly corrupt magistrate that is linked to his syndicate. Jamie will be […]

EXCLUSIVE: The amazing Thula Thula baby elephant rescue

EXCLUSIVE: The amazing Thula Thula baby elephant rescue

Oct 12, 2015

“It’s still working,” I gasp with a sigh of relief, as I switched the camera from photo to video mode. “Elephants to the left!” Zelda loudly replied, and as I swung around I saw the herd thundering towards the road. I felt the car surge forward and managed to hold on while I filmed the […]

South Africa Weighs Legalisation of Rhino Horn Trade
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South Africa Weighs Legalisation of Rhino Horn Trade

Mar 24, 2015

Saving the Wild will be tweeting throughout the presentations to the Committee of Inquiry. Get live updates here. AFRICAN WILDLIFE FOUNDATION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 24, 2015 South Africa Weighs Legalisation of Rhino Horn Trade Legal trade would propel rhinos toward extinction, says African Wildlife Foundation NAIROBI — A Committee of Inquiry established by South […]

Action plan post the Global March for elephants and rhinos
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Action plan post the Global March for elephants and rhinos

Oct 29, 2014

This message below just hit my inbox from the Global March Organisers. Of course savingthewild is a huge supporter of GMFER, and it was truly inspiring to see so many people around the world come together on the 4th of October and march for justice! Lets never forget that the greatest superpower in the world […]

New Jersey passes historic ban on ivory sales
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New Jersey passes historic ban on ivory sales

Aug 5, 2014

Press release: Born Free USA New Jersey has emerged as a powerful leader, says Born Free CEO Washington, DC -– Governor Chris Christie signed S. 2012 into law today, ending the sale of ivory and rhinoceros horn in New Jersey. This bill, introduced by Senator Raymond Lesniak (D-20) and Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-33) and endorsed […]

New Zealand to strengthen ivory trade laws

New Zealand to strengthen ivory trade laws

Jul 27, 2014

“I’m thrilled that the New Zealand parliamentary committee has supported the petition. Every measure everywhere to stop the trade in ivory which is driving the massacre of elephants is important.” -Helen Clark, United Nations / savingthewild.com Press Release: SPCA A petition mounted by an Auckland schoolteacher has won the support of a powerful Select Committee […]

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