Wildlife trafficking surges in conflict-ridden Central Africa

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has committed US$10 million to curb rampant wildlife trafficking in conflict-ridden Central Africa. The USAID Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) says Africa’s most important wildlife species face extinction in the volatile region due to ongoing conflicts in parts of…

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Create thoroughfares for wildlife using old tyres

There are many advantages to using old tyres, bicycle wheels, or flap doors as thoroughfares for wild animals. The maintenance of wire fences, especially where aardvarks, bush pigs or warthogs crawl through, usually places farmers into one of two groups. The first group becomes almost obsessive about it, closing each…

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‘Africa offers market opportunities for SA venison’ – WRSA CEO

Marketing venison and developing tourism on game farms can be a new source of revenue for farmers. Both sectors are however still in infant stages. Adri Kitshoff-Botha, CEO of Wildlife Ranching South Africa, said farmers shouldn’t only rely on the northern hemisphere for a market. During a visit to Monate…

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