How it works?

Use PoachTracker to find statistics on rhino deaths and poaching incidents at the tap of a button. The data is anchored in our dossier of Investigations below.

LATEST POACHTRACKER INVESTIGATIONS

  • The real war on poaching happens in the courtroom – but the wheels of justice grind slowly in many rhino-related cases, writes Jacqueline Cochrane

  • Namibia’s over-burdened criminal justice system is struggling to keep up with rhino-poaching court cases. Is a special wildlife crime court the answer? John Grobler investigates

  • The real war on poaching happens in the courtroom – but the wheels of justice grind slowly in many rhino-related cases, writes Jacqueline Cochrane

  • Namibia’s over-burdened criminal justice system is struggling to keep up with rhino-poaching court cases. Is a special wildlife crime court the answer? John Grobler investigates

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Rhino poaching incidents have been on the rise in Southern Africa since 2010. PoachTracker keeps tab on the statistics on rhino deaths and poaching arrests in South Africa and Namibia. The filters track the stats in the different provinces and in Namibia since 2010. Our data comes from official and field sources; where we do not the exact geolocation of an incident, it is recorded as Unknown

PoachTracker is a project of Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism.

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