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Hunter caught over hippo teeth

Hunter caught over hippo teeth

  Chikwawa, August 21, 2018: Malawi Police at Nchalo in Chikwawa District are keeping in custody a hunter for the Department
Malawi’s Rangers collaborate with UK Government to combat wildlife crime

Malawi’s Rangers collaborate with UK Government to combat wildlife crime

The Majete Wildlife Reserve sits in a large basin in the south of Malawi, and the roads that lead there
Malawi’s first Detection Dogs join the fight against wildlife crime

Malawi’s first Detection Dogs join the fight against wildlife crime

Malawi’s first Wildlife Detection Dog Unit (WDDU) was officially launched on August 9th at Lilongwe’s Kamuzu International Airport, with the
Parks dept. confident Malawi wildlife population will continue to rise

Parks dept. confident Malawi wildlife population will continue to rise

Liwonde National Park has seen wildlife translocations and reintroductions following the coming in of African Parks and now the Department
Parliamentary Committee commends new wildlife laws

Parliamentary Committee commends new wildlife laws

The Malawi Parliamentary Conservation Caucus (MPCC) and its cooperating stakeholders have hailed the amended National Parks and Wildlife Act, saying
China aids Malawi in fighting wildlife crime

China aids Malawi in fighting wildlife crime

Brighton Kumchedwa, Malawi’s director of national parks and wildlife, has hailed the Chinese government, through its embassy in Malawi, for
New Regulation protects an additional 216 species

New Regulation protects an additional 216 species

The new Regulation of Species has resulted in the strict protection of an additional c. 216 species that are considered
Prince Harry holds talks with Malawi leader

Prince Harry holds talks with Malawi leader

Britain’s Prince Harry hosted Malawian president Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika at Buckingham Palace in London where they had a private
African Parks continue Malawi’s transformation in 2018

African Parks continue Malawi’s transformation in 2018

African Parks have been responsible for transforming Malawi’s wildlife in recent years, helping it to emerge as one of Africa’s
Royal visit to Malawi focuses on wildlife crime

Royal visit to Malawi focuses on wildlife crime

Last month, HRH the Duke of Gloucester flew from the UK to Malawi for a four-day official visit, with half