Author: Fiona Macleod

Judges of the prestigious SAB EnviroMedia Award describe the Oxpeckers Fellowship Project as 'South Africa's pioneering attempt to facilitate collaborative journalism on an international scale'...

A convicted turtle poacher turned the tables on poaching statistics in Africa. Instead, he uses art and education to show how protection of endangered wildlife can provide a more...

Another link in an international rhino horn and ivory trafficking ring between the US and China has been removed. Courier Ning Qiu admitted he sold raw rhinos horns worth about...

A report by a specialist in digital journalism and open data, Alex Howard, published by the Tow Center of the School of Journalism of Columbia, presents the work of the...

South African and Mozambique signed an accord in the Kruger National Park on April 17 that will see the two countries jointly tackling rampant rhino poaching...

[caption id="attachment_284" align="aligncenter" width="740"] Young lions crammed into an enclosure at a breeding facility in the Free State[/caption] This photograph, taken during an undercover transnational investigation by Oxpeckers reporters in late...

Oxpeckers adviser Alejandro Nadal casts a seasoned economist's eye on debate about wildlife trade policy: “It needs to take into account the fact that markets do not behave in accordance...

Global wildlife trafficking syndicates employ increasingly sophisticated circumvention tools and technology to avoid detection. Oxpeckers exposes them by playing them at their own game...

The Oxpeckers Center for Investigative Environmental Journalism has partnered with the world's first secure online whistleblower platform dedicated to wildlife crime. WildLeaks aims to fight wildlife and forest crime with the...

The Department of Environmental Affairs has given the go-ahead for an EIA to be done on the controversial Radisson Blue hotel in the south of the Kruger National Park. What...