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International commercial rhino horn trade remains prohibited
International commercial rhino horn trade remains prohibitedArticle

International commercial trade of rhino horn and derivatives remains prohibited in terms of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the South Africa's CITES regulations (2010)...

14 Sep 2020

South Africa's first online rhino horn auction ends in risky impasse
South Africa's first online rhino horn auction ends in risky impasseArticle

Private rhino horn owner John Hume recently held South Africa's first online rhino horn auction, a major event in the ongoing fight by private rhino owners to be able to sell legal horn stocks...

Keith Somerville 30 Aug 2017

Audit into stockpiles of rhino horn underway
Audit into stockpiles of rhino horn underwayArticle

South Africa is in the process of conducting an audit of all existing stockpiles of rhino horn...

23 Aug 2017

Japan, China approved as once-off ivory importersArticle

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) Standing Committee has confirmed Japan and China as suitable importing countries for South Africa's stockpiled ivory.

13 Oct 2008

Intl conservation group agrees to once-off sale of ivoryArticle

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) standing committee on Wednesday, 16 July 2008, authorised a decision taken last year for a once-off sale of ivory.

Michael Appel 17 Jul 2008

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