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WILDLIFE POLICY IN SOUTHERN
AFRICA: Why not crop the game?

Dr Brian Child

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AN OVERVIEW OF THE PAPERS 

Dr JL Anderson

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HIGH-COURT CHALLENGE:
TRADE MORATORIUM ON RHINO HORN

Izak du Toit

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CONSERVATION &
COMMUNITY BENEFITS

Julian Sturgeon

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AN ASSESSMENT OF
THE ANTI-TRADE ARGUMENTS

JANE WILTSHIRE

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STOP THE KILLING

JC Strauss

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Academic Papers

Applying a conceptual framework to rhinoceros conservation on private lands in South Africa

Although there is a large body of literature on rhinoceros (‘rhino’) conservation, a comprehensive analysis of the challenges inherent in rhino conservation is missing.

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Structuring Legal Trade in Rhino Horn to Incentivize the Participation of
South African Private Landowners

There is contentious debate in the literature regarding the conservation efficacy of the international rhinoceros
horn trade ban. Because the ban has been in effect for 40 years, it is unclear how potential legal horn trade
should be structured to attain rhino conservation on private lands.

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Book Review

Rhino Revolution

Searching for New Solutions

Authors: Clive and Anton Walker

Review: Brian Joss

The Rhino Revolution arrived on my desk almost at the same as the news that the last male northern white rhino, named Sudan, died at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Sudan, 45, was plagued by infections and other health problems so his death wasn’t entirely unexpected. Now just two northern white rhinos remain in the world, both progeny of Sudan, his daughter, Najin, and his granddaughter Fatu, and living at the conservancy.

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