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Media Release: Latest on Rhino Poaching in South Africa
The hardest hit areas continue to be the Kruger National Park (KNP) and Limpopo province with 26 and 13 rhinos poached in both areas respectively.
The CEO of SANParks, Dr David Mabunda, said “it is worrying that we are still losing such a high number of rhinos throughout the country. The most encouraging area in this whole saga is the increasing number of arrests and the steeper sentences that are being imposed on convicted criminals.”.
Conservation agencies and the police are seeing increasing cooperation from the public which has resulted in arrests in the KNP and some provinces being effective before the criminals even enter the parks. The difficulty is pinning a suspected criminal to the actual crime because we are dealing with very wily and sophisticated individuals.
Below are the current statistics for:
Poaching Stats for 2009 to 2012
Arrest for 2010 to 2012
|South Africa - Arrests||2012||2011||2010|
|Eastern Cape (EC)||0||2||7|
|North West (NW)||10||21||2|
|Free State (FS)||0||0||0|
|Western Cape (WC)||0||0||2|
|Northern Cape (NC)||1||0||0|
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