John Grobler visits Okahao, a sleepy settlement near Etosha National Park that is at the centre of the poaching plague threatening the world’s last viable population of critically endangered black rhinos
John Grobler reports on the sensational arrest of a young, up-and-coming Windhoek businessman named ‘Mox’ Namwandi. Who is he, and what is his role in the slaughter of critically endangered black rhinos?
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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
Zimbabwean syndicates specialise in using poison to poach wildlife and have made international headlines for killing hundreds of elephants. Oxpeckers journalists expose their modus operandi and trafficking networks
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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