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    Media Release: Rhino poaching update

    Date: 7th June 2013

    A total of 117 people have been arrested for rhino poaching-related charges countrywide since the beginning of 2013. Of these, 53 are suspected poachers arrested in the Kruger National Park, and five are alleged couriers.

    Three alleged rhino poachers were arrested in the Tshokwane region of the Kruger National Park yesterday (6 June 2013). The group were found in possession of firearms and axes.

    The arrests come as the number of rhino poached in South Africa for their horn since January 2013 has risen to 394.

    The Kruger National Park continues to be the most seriously affected by rhino poaching, with 257 animals being killed in the Park since the beginning of the year.

    In North West 46 rhino have been poached, while 35 have been killed in KwaZulu-Natal, 28 in Limpopo, 25 in Mpumalanga, 2 in the Eastern Cape and 1 in Gauteng.

    Letaba Section Ranger Andrew Desmet, who was shot and wounded during a joint operation to arrest rhino poachers near Letaba two weeks ago, remains in a critical, but stable, condition in a Nelspruit hospital after undergoing surgery on Tuesday.

    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines 0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211..





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    Media Release: Rhino poaching update

    Date: 12th June 2013

    The Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa, is to meet Mozambique's Minister of Tourism, Mr Carvalho Muaria, in Maputo on Friday as part of ongoing efforts to improve relations between the two countries.
    The talks are expected to focus on the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, established in 2002, with an emphasis on the scourge of rhino poaching presently affecting South Africa. The total number of rhino poached since the beginning of the year has risen to 408.

    The number of rhino poached in the Kruger National Park, which bears the brunt of rhino poaching, increased to 265.
    In North West 46 rhino have been poached, while 38 have been killed in KwaZulu-Natal, 30 in Limpopo, 26 in Mpumalanga, 2 in the Eastern Cape and 1 in Gauteng.

    The number of people arrested for rhino poaching in the Kruger National Park has risen to 56.

    Three suspected poachers were arrested in the Pretoriuskop region yesterday (Tuesday) following an intelligence-driven operation by the SAPS, SANParks rangers and the Park’s Environmental Crimes Investigation Unit.
    The group were allegedly involved in five poaching incidents in the Pretoriuskop region, as well as several armed robberies in Hazyview, Mpumalanga.

    The number of people arrested on rhino poaching-related charges countrywide totals 121. A total of 27 alleged poachers have been arrested in KwaZulu-Natal, 21 in Limpopo, 8 in North West, 6 in Mpumalanga and 3 in Gauteng. Of these five are alleged couriers.

    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines 0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211.






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    Thanks for posting Jenny.

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    Thanks for the info, but I must add that I am really in dispair. We have some extremely dedicated people fighting this war and a lot of private money is pouring in to stop/curtail the murder of our rhino, but it just seems to get worse.
    What now, yes we have to continue the war without a doubt, but obviously a lot of changes in thinking need to be made. We're running out of time, our rhino populations won't last long at this rate.
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    Media Release: Rhino poaching update

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    Date: 20th June 2013

    The total number of rhino poached since the beginning of the year has risen to 428.

    The Kruger National Park has lost 267 rhino to poachers, while the number of rhino poached in Limpopo increased by 15 to 45 in the past week.

    The number of rhino poached for their horns in North West since January 1, 2013, has risen to 48. A total of 38 rhino have been killed in KwaZulu-Natal, 27 in Mpumalanga, 2 in the Eastern Cape and 1 in Gauteng.

    A total of 122 suspected poachers have been arrested since January. Of these, 57 have been caught in the Kruger National Park. Five alleged receivers have been arrested.

    On Sunday, Kruger National Park rangers made contact with a group of three poachers near Letaba. One poacher was wounded during the shootout and later died of his wounds. The other poachers managed to escape.

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    Media Release: Rhino poaching update

    Date: 26th June 2013
    A total of 129 alleged rhino poachers have been arrested in South Africa since the beginning of the year.
    The majority, 58, have been arrested in the Kruger National Park.
    SANParks has confirmed the arrest of three alleged poachers in the Lebombo Conservancy area of Mozambique following a joint operation involving rangers from South Africa and Mozambique early this morning. A .458 hunting rifle and poaching equipment were confiscated.
    Since January 1, 2013, a total of 446 rhino have been poached across the country. The Kruger National Park has lost 280 rhino to poachers, while the number of rhino poached in North West has increased to 50.
    A total of 45 rhino have been poached in Limpopo, 38 in KwaZulu-Natal, 30 in Mpumalanga, 2 in the Eastern Cape and 1 in Gauteng.
    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines 0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211.






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    Media Release: Rhino poaching update

    Date: 18th July 2013

    (As at 09:00, Wednesday, 17 July 2013) - The total number of rhino poached in South Africa since the beginning of the year has increased to 488 with 142 alleged poachers being arrested.

    The Kruger National Park has borne the brunt of rhino poaching since the start of 2013. A total of 300 rhino have been poached in the Park since January 1. A total of 53 rhino have been poached in North West, 52 in Limpopo, 43 in KwaZulu-Natal, 35 in Mpumalanga, three in Gauteng and two in the Eastern Cape.

    Of the 142 alleged poachers arrested, 62 have been caught in the Kruger National Park and 30 in KwaZulu-Natal. A total of 27 suspected poachers have been arrested in Limpopo, 11 in North West province, nine in Mpumalanga and three in Gauteng. Five people have been charged with being couriers.

    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines 0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211.


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    Just an Idea and not to spark a major thread; how about anti-poaching stickers (like the rhino ones) which have the anti-poaching tip line on it?

    If they exist - where do I get my grubby paws on one? I particularly like the line art Rhino "Unite Against Poaching" sticker I have started seeing.

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    If they exist - where do I get my grubby paws on one? I particularly like the line art Rhino "Unite Against Poaching" sticker I have started seeing.
    Please send me your postal address and I'll mail you one (or two).

    I have a few, anyone else welcome too.

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    Stoprhinopoaching.com simply lists number of rhino poached this year 511+

    we are on track to beat our previous record!

    these are also useful stats, total number poached through africa vs. populations of each country.

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    SANParks Media Statement 31 July 2013

    MEDIA STATEMENT
    31 July 2013
    RHINO POACHING UPDATE
    The total number of alleged poachers arrested in South Africa since the beginning of the year has increased to 147.
    Since the start of 2013, a total of 536 rhino have been killed for their horns, with the Kruger National Park remaining at the forefront of the onslaught. A total of 334 rhino have been poached in the Kruger National Park in the past seven months. A total of 56 rhino have been poached in Limpopo, 55 in North West and 47 in KwaZulu-Natal.
    Of the 147 alleged poachers and couriers arrested, 64 have been caught in the Kruger National Park.
    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines 0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211.

    Rhino poaching statistics

    SA
    2010
    2011
    2012
    2013
    KNP (SANParks)
    146
    252
    425
    334
    MNP (SANParks)
    0
    6
    3
    2
    GP
    15
    9
    1
    3
    LIM
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    74
    59
    56
    MP
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    31
    28
    37
    NW
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    21
    77
    55
    EC
    4
    11
    7
    2
    FS
    3
    4
    0
    0
    KZN
    38
    34
    66
    47
    WC
    0
    6
    2
    0
    NC
    1
    0
    0
    0
    333
    448
    668
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    MEDIA STATEMENT

    RHINO POACHING UPDATE

    14 MARCH 2014

    The total number of rhino poached in South Africa since the beginning of 2014 has increased to 172, as the number of people arrested for rhino poaching-related offences climbed to 54.
    The Kruger National Park remains hardest hit by rhino poaching, having lost 113 rhino since 1 January 2014. A total of 18 rhino have been poached for their horn in Limpopo, 17 in North West and 11 in KwaZulu-Natal.

    A total of 24 poachers have been arrested the Kruger National Park and 15 in KwaZulu-Natal.

    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines [IMG]resource://skype_ff_extension-at-jetpack/skype_ff_extension/data/call_skype_logo.png[/IMG]0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211.

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    Media Release: SA and Vietnam conclude discussions on Biodiversity Conservation & Management

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    Date: 28th March 2014

    South Africa and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam concluded fruitful discussions in Pretoria on 28 March 2014 on issues related to biodiversity conservation and management.

    The commitment to improving cooperation on biodiversity conservation especially controlling the illicit trade and poaching of wildlife, including rhino, has formed an important part of the working visit to South Africa by a high level delegation from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

    The 20-member delegation to South Africa was headed by the Vice Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Associate Prof Dr Bùi Cách Tuyến. The visit to South Africa follows after the signing on 6 May 2013 of an Implementation Plan in terms of the Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the field of Biodiversity Conservation and Protection that was signed in Hanoi, Vietnam, in December 2012.

    The action plan was developed, and is being implemented, in accordance with the nature of the MoU. It is aimed at promoting cooperation between the Parties in the field of biodiversity management, conservation and protection, law enforcement, compliance with CITES, technology transfer, and other relevant legislation and international Conventions on the basis of equality and mutual benefit.

    The working visit comprised a visit to Cape Town’s table mountain, a three-day workshop in Pretoria and a visit to the Kruger National Park.

    The visit took place in a week when the number of rhino poached in South Africa increased to 233 since January 1, 2014. A total of 144 rhino have been poached in the Kruger National Park, 32 in North West, 21 in Limpopo and 16 in KwaZulu-Natal. Fifty-four alleged poachers have been arrested.

    Officials from the Departments of Environmental Affairs, the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, SANParks and the South African Police Service briefed the delegation on subjects including:

    The implementation of biodiversity management legislation in South Africa;
    Curbing poaching and the illegal wildlife trade;
    Biodiversity management and the sustainable utilisation of resources;
    Lessons learnt on existing financing mechanisms and offsets in terms of biodiversity monitoring;
    Wildlife and protected area management, biodiversity conservation and management experiences;
    Forest management; and
    Enforcement-related matters.
    The delegation were briefed on rhino anti-poaching initiatives in the Kruger National Park, and were provided an insight into the research and work being undertaken by the non-governmental sector in South Africa to curb rhino poaching.

    Following the robust discussions, agreement was reached to advance the implementation of the Action Plan and to assist South Africa in meeting its international obligations.

    Whilst it was noted that rhino poaching across South Africa and Africa has risen sharply in the past few years and has threatened to reverse the hard-won progress achieved by conservation authorities during the 20th Century, South Africa acknowledges and values the contribution and effort by Vietnam in the fight against Rhino poaching and the illegal trade in wildlife and its products.

    “This resonates well with the purpose of the visit to South Africa which is to learn more about South African biodiversity conservation and management with specific focus on wildlife and protected areas management, the team’s specific intention for the visit is to strengthen cooperation among the two countries in controlling illegal wildlife trade including endangered species trade such as rhino in the context of the signed MOU on cooperation in the field of Biodiversity Conservation and Protection between the two countries through sharing of experiences, information, best practices and lessons learnt,” said the Director-General of Environmental Affairs, Ms Nosipho Ngcaba.

    During the discussions, actions directed at specific areas of intervention were vigorously deliberated and agreed upon in order to address this problem.

    These include engagements and exchange of expertise on the optimisation of management of protected areas and monitoring systems, the promotion and sharing of awareness raising efforts in both countries, technology enhancement for improvement of communication exchange and investigation, optimal natural resources management to sustain wildlife resources, and the strengthening of joint research on market demands for illegal and legal wildlife products. The exchange of technology includes invasive species control and DNA detection of rhino horn.

    “Through these discussions we have learnt and exchanged many valuable lessons including that biodiversity management is unified in South Africa, the mobilization and involvement of stakeholders, as well as the establishment of joint management structures to protect biodiversity, ” said Dr. Pham Anh Cuong, Director of Biodiversity Conservation Agency of Vietnam.

    In addressing the thorny area of demand reduction, as a critical intervention in curbing rhino poaching and as tasked through a decision from the recent CITES COP16 in Thailand, Vietnam expressed enthusiasm in assisting South Africa address the scourge.

    South Africa has accepted an invite from Vietnam to undertake a working visit to Vietnam later in the year, to gain a greater understanding of the elements influencing illegal consumption of and trade in wildlife. Thereafter, both parties will jointly develop material to create and enhance awareness, particularly targeted at the youth in both countries.

    South Africa and Vietnam recognise the value for both countries to share information, policies and legislation on biodiversity protection and committed to further developing cooperation between the two countries in striving to address international wildlife crime and the conservation and management of biodiversity.



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    Seems like the stats are slightly down.
    Maybe it's just too early to tell.

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    Default Now R200k for shooters - time for shoot-to-kill Zuma

    WRT Rhino poaching: (see bold below) - It's way past time for a shoot-to-kill policy from our "government" - together with with formidable sentences (refer Ian Khama, President of Botswana, who has an excellent grip of how to deal with this problem).

    Adoption and implementation of these basic policies alone will have a meaningful impact on reducing the devastating scourge of Rhino poaching - especially when compared to the little or nothing being done by our government.
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    "Breakdown on KZN rhino poaching stats and arrests as of 03 April 2014.

    Reposting our comments from Wednesday: You may have noticed the spike in KZN rhino poaching statistics that were released during March - the reason for this being that syndicates have upped the price for “shooters” from R80 000-a-hit to R200 000. Cedric Coetzee (EKZNW Rhino Security Co-ordinator) is quoted in the article below - Coetzee said the number of rhino poached in the province was down on last year until two weeks ago. “Suddenly the whole thing has blown up. The syndicates have just thrown more money at it.”

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    John I agree on one point, this is an emotional issue but lets look at your suggestions.
    Adopt a shoot to kill policy with the amount of troops in the field, and believe me there are a lot, I am not sure I would want to give them the judge jury and hangman privileges. There is already too many guns around and folks are getting shot by "friendly fire"

    Khama has minor problems compared to our rhino, the Khama rhino reserve has about 36 rhino in an area half the size of Pilanesberg he can afford to appoint 3 guards for each rhino to keep an eye around the clock and then not even come close to spending what we spend on aircraft monitoring.

    I can not comment for government but I agree as people we are not doing enough it is too easy to sit and criticize someone else.
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    Is there any way we can get statistics on the ACTUAL success of our efforts.
    I mean - how many of those arrested actually get sentenced and for how long?
    How many get away with it because of " not enough evidence" and cases buggered up through official bungling.

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    Good question Albie.

    I'm not sure such stats are available. The poaching stats are released by the DEA while the stats you are asking for should probably come from the Minister of Justice?

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    RHINO POACHING UPDATE

    14 MAY 2014

    South Africa and Mozambique have identified a number of projects to assist with the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the field of Biodiversity Conservation and Management signed on 17 April 2014.

    Representatives from the two countries have concluded a draft of the Implementation Plan that will put into action the areas of cooperation identified in the MoU. It is hoped that the Implementation Plan will be finalised and signed by the end of July 2014.

    Discussions have started on fundraising projects to address the scourge of rhino poaching, wildlife trafficking in general, community development issues and raise awareness about the plight of the rhino. Talks have also been held regarding the strengthening of enforcement mechanisms to ensure rhino poaching is nipped in the bud.

    The meeting between the two countries following the signing of the MoU came as the number of rhino poached for their horn since the beginning of 2013 increased to 376.

    A total of 106 people have been arrested for rhino poaching-related offences since January 1, 2014.
    The Kruger National Park continues to bear the brunt of rhino poaching in South Africa, having lost 245 rhino so far this year. The only province not affected by poaching this year has been the Northern Cape. A total of 39 rhino have been poached in Limpopo, 37 in KwaZulu-Natal and 26 in North West.

    The governments of South Africa and Mozambique have agreed that the Ministers responsible for the implementation of the MoU will meet annually to discuss progress and identify areas for further cooperation and additional attention.

    The MoU was signed at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park by the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Mrs B E E Molewa, and the Mozambican Minister of Tourism, Mr Carvalho Muária.

    Among steps being taken by South Africa and Mozambique since June 2013 to address the menace of rhino poaching have included:

    • Immediate maintenance and erection of fencing along the eastern boundary of Kruger National Park with Mozambique;
    • Strengthening of the buffer zone in Mozambique through the establishment of the Greater Lubombo Conservancy;
    • Creation of an intensive protection zone in the Limpopo National Park;
    • Deploying a well-trained and armed anti-poaching unit for joint collaboration with the Kruger National Park team and the
    • Synchronisation of operational plans between the Limpopo and Kruger National Parks.

    South Africans are urged to report incidents of poaching and tip-offs to the anonymous tip-off lines 0800 205 005, 08600 10111 or Crime-Line on 32211.

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