Why SA’s rhino horn sale doesn’t make sense


SAIIA’s Ross Harvey on ENCA discussing the controversy of legalised trade of rhino horns.

A South African court has granted the world’s largest rhino breeder a permit to sell his stockpile of rhino horn to local buyers.

Our Ross Harvey was interviewed on eNCA about the controversy and whether legalised trade of rhino horns will help or hinder conservation efforts for rhino in the wild.

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