WILDLIFE CONSERVATION: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EVERY MALAWIAN

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CHINESE AND MALAWI IVORY TRAFFICKERS SENTENCED TO SIX YEARS IN PRISON

CHINESE AND MALAWI IVORY TRAFFICKERS SENTENCED TO SIX YEARS IN PRISON

Two Malawian and two Chinese Nationals were today sentenced to six years in prison for ivory trafficking. Mrs Qin Hua Zhang, 42, Mr Li Hao Yaun, 28, Mr Tsogolani Samson,
Two men jailed over elephant poaching and ivory possession

Two men jailed over elephant poaching and ivory possession

Kasungu Senior Resident Magistrate court on Monday 30 September, sentenced Nickson Nthukwa, 45, and Assani Phiri, 48, to 156 and 72 months Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL), respectively, for illegal
DIRECTOR OF DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE HAILS SUCCESSFUL TRIP TO GLOBAL WILDLIFE CONFERENCE

DIRECTOR OF DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE HAILS SUCCESSFUL TRIP TO GLOBAL WILDLIFE CONFERENCE

At a press briefing held today, the Director of the Department for National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW), Brighton Kumchedwa highlighted a number of historic outcomes from Malawi’s participation in the
Marking the 5th Anniversary of the  Inter-Agency Committee for  Combating Wildlife Crime (IACCWC)

Marking the 5th Anniversary of the Inter-Agency Committee for Combating Wildlife Crime (IACCWC)

Wildlife crime is the 4th largest transnational crime in the world. The organised nature of the criminal networks trafficking wildlife and forest products across continents therefore requires a co-ordinated approach