Modern approaches, strong policies, political will and zero tolerance to corruption are key to fighting poaching.
24 / 01 / 2020 by Deo Gumba and Edward Phiri
Cheap and readily available illicit cigarettes are becoming a lucrative source of income for organised criminals.
Recent developments have risked turning elephant protection into a political numbers game.
Since 2010, wildlife crime in Southern Africa has increased exponentially. A new ENACT pilot study used media monitoring to track the phenomenon.
11 / 09 / 2017 by Ciara Aucoin and Zachary Donnenfeld
Beyond poaching and seizure statistics, other information is needed to tackle wildlife crime in Southern Africa.