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Canned Hunting Canned hunting may have serious implications for the hunting industry in South Africa.
Economics of rhino trade AT US$8bn-$10bn/year, Vietnam’s illicit trade in wildlife and wildlife products dwarfs SA’s growing R10bn/year tourism industry.
Antelope bubble will pop This is a response on the article of CEO Chris Niehaus on the economic risks of trading in colour variations.
Biltongjag Statistieke Resultate van nuwe navorsing oor die ekonomie van biltongjag deur Noorwes Universiteit dui dat daar ‘n styging van 12% in besteding per jagter per ekspedisie was sedert 2010.
New regulations to prevent pollution Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa gazetted pollution prevention regulations in terms of the 2004 Air Quality Act in March that will come into effect in March next year.
Rhino poaching in Namibia on the rise Three Chinese men found in possession of 14 rhino horns and a leopard skin were arrested on the Hosea Kutako International Airport within a week.
Carbon Tax postponed till 2016 Government proposed a carbon tax of R120 per ton of carbon equivalent, which was due to start in January 2015 as a measure to help South Africa reduce its carbon footprint.