Press Release: Johannesburg March for Elephants and Rhinos

Press Release On Heritage Day, Saturday 24th September 2016  the seventeenth meeting of the conference of the parties to CITES (COP17) the world’s largest wildlife conference, opens at the Sandton Convention Centre.  With its 183 members CITES remains the world’s most powerful tool in the conservation, through the regulation of the international trade of over

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Young South Africans march for a better future

by Fortunate M. Phaka 03 October 2015: Young South Africans from all walks of life filled the busy streets of Sandton and demanded a stop to the injustices associated with poaching and canned lion hunting. Traffic was brought to a standstill as they marched in protest for a better future for them and countless animals