ClimaTracker, our innovative geojournalism platform, presents complex scientific data in easy-to-use visualisations and short articles. This portfolio of investigations gives more in-depth insights into SA's climate scenarios
Poachers are involved in “a mad scramble” to kill rhinos and get their horns out of South Africa’s flagship Kruger National Park, according to reliable intelligence sources. The horns are sold illegally, which is facilitated by layers of corruption amongst officials and politicians
Poachers in Namibia are targeting the world's last remaining critically endangered desert rhinos in the north-western Kunene region. Oxpeckers journalists investigate the trafficking networks behind Namibia's growing poaching crisis
Mozambique is at the center of sophisticated smuggling routes set up to launder rhino horns and ivory from Southern Africa to Asian countries. Oxpeckers investigations follow the main players and trafficking routes
China accounted for nearly 80% of the reported seizures of illegal rhino horns in Asia between 2009 and late last year, despite the fact that the Chinese government banned illicit trade in horns in early 1993.
The scramble for Africa's mineral resources is speeding up as foreign companies tighten their grip on the continent. Control of water sources is linked to increased mining activities. Oxpeckers exposes these challenges with its investigative #MineAlert series