Author: Oxpeckers Reporters

Wildlife criminals are increasingly using Europe's mail and online retail delivery services to smuggle their contraband. Denise Hruby investigates...

Six years and €50-million since its creation, Oscar Nkala visits the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area to find out what impact it has had on wildlife and communities...

South Africa and its allies at the COP24 climate negotiations are pushing for a strong rulebook on the Paris Agreement. Yolandi Groenewald reports from Katowice...

Executives at Mintails and DRDGOLD scramble to avoid liability and the possibility of criminal charges for R460-million environmental mess on the West Rand...

The Open Society Foundation for South Africa’s 25th anniversary was cause for celebration at Oxpeckers [caption id="attachment_6428" align="alignnone" width="862"] Bright future: Tholakele Nene (left) has handed her #MineAlert baton to Andiswa...

South African pioneers are inventing ways to save casualties of the world’s biggest wildlife crime, reports Louise de Bruin...

As enforcement steps up, illicit operations go deeper into darkness. New research suggests the marketplace could become impossible to disrupt, writes Roxanne Joseph...

Local residents reported blasting and the removal of coal close to the wetlands of the Greater Lakenvlei Protected Environment. Andiswa Matikinca investigates...