The $3.2 billion (2.8 billion euro) railway linking Nairobi with the port city of Mombasa will Wednesday take its first passengers on the 472 kilometre (293 mile) journey, allowing them to skip a h
The sun has set over the scrubby savannah. The moon is full. It is time for Ryan Tate and his men to go to work. In camouflage fatigues, they check their weapons and head to the vehicles.
First there was a clampdown on rhino poaching statistics. Now the same is happening with information on elephant ivory poaching.
The Kenyan government has deployed troops to a central region to fight illegal grazing.
Four cheetahs were flown from South Africa and released into Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi, where these animals have been extinct for several years.
At least 30 to 40 tonnes of plastic waste finds way into Lake Nakuru National Park every rainy season, posing danger to the wildlife and are a threat to one of Kenya’s most visited parks.
The government is considering to merge all institutions on the wildlife sector into one, to reduce administrative costs and increase efficiency.
Gambia’s first Community Wildlife Reserve in the village of Gunjur, 35 kilometers from Banjul is facing depletion as its stream has turned red and wildlife found dead.
The South African Police Service in Limpopo is still continuing to win the fight against the illegal hunting of protected species, especially on the new trend of hunting the pangolines.
Forest department and environmental NGOs have opposed desilting works in Sirumugai range in Coimbatore District, scheduled to be carried out by the Public Works Department (PWD).
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