WildlifeDirect calls for rule of law as bloodbath escalates in Laikipia County Nairobi-April 24, 2017: WildlifeDirect has called for the national security apparatus to accelerate efforts to achieve rule of law in Laikipia County where many lives have been lost, people injured and millions of dollars lost due to property damage. The targeting of foreign born owners and managers of conservancies have hit both local and international headlines, but even more disturbing are the numbers of unreported killings of Kenyan small scale farmers and herders. In addition there has been a slaughter of endangered wildlife including grevy's zebras, elephants, lions and giraffes.
PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Amarula Protects Africa’s Elephants South Africa-October 16, 2016: With less than 400 000 African elephants left and one lost every 15 minutes of every day to ivory poaching, experts indicate that this majestic species will be extinct by 2030! To protect Africa’s heritage and further entrench their commitment to conservation, Amarula has joined forces with Kenyan-based conservation organisation WildlifeDirect, working closely with their CEO Dr Paula Kahumbu. Kahumbu, who is internationally acknowledged for her conservation work, appears in an extraordinary video, shot on [...]