Wildlife at the crossroads

Environmental futurist calls for SA to invest in conservation as rhino-poaching threat looms again

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As South Africa readies itself to move to Covid lockdown level 1 and open international borders, illegally traded wildlife species from rhino to pangolin are at the crossroads.

And because of the pivotal role played by wildlife in SA tourism, and the huge value of this sector in the economy and on the labour front, the country itself is facing fundamental decisions...

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