NBL, HoRN.NAM and ISAP celebrate Namibian heroes

By Eric Nyasha Mhunduru 
LAST week, Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) – a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group – and Help our Rhino NOW.Namibia (HoRN. nam) (both supporters of the Intelligence Support Against Poaching – ISAP), financially rewarded four farmworkers for their brave and courageous act and contribution that led to the arrest of three suspected rhino poachers. Continue reading “NBL, HoRN.NAM and ISAP celebrate Namibian heroes”

NBL, HORN.NAM AND ISAP CELEBRATE NAMIBIAN HEROES

On Wednesday, 18 April 2018, four (4) farmworkers each received a financial reward for their brave and courageous act and contribution that led to the arrest of three (3) suspected rhino poachers. The arrest of the suspected rhino poachers in the Omaheke Region over the Easter weekend by farm workers is testimony of Namibians’ bold and courageous stand to protect our environment and its wildlife, in particular the endangered rhino specie. Continue reading “NBL, HORN.NAM AND ISAP CELEBRATE NAMIBIAN HEROES”

Rhino poaching: Private farms in Namibia are being targeted now

Two poached, four injured, calf missing

Two more rhinos were poached on a private farm on Saturday Central Namibia and at least four more injured.
This follows exactly eight days after a rhino were poached and another wounded near the capital on a private farm.

“One cow was shot with a hunting rifle and her horns removed. After a
Bull calf’s mother was injured, he has died due to the stress of being without his mother, “
Mr. Jaco Muller of the private rhino conservation organization, Help our Rhinos Now Namibia (HorN.nam), said.
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HoRN.NAM supports SA bid for legal rhino horn trade

RUNDU, 07 MAR (NAMPA) – Anti-poaching organisation Help our Rhinos NOW Namibia (HoRN.NAM) is in support of the initiative launched by South African (SA) private rhino owners to legally trade in rhino horns. HoRN.NAM chairperson, Jaco Muller in an interview with Nampa on Tuesday said, as an organisation advocating for the protection of the rhino in Namibia, HoRN.NAM is 100 per cent in favour of the legal trade initiative. Continue reading “HoRN.NAM supports SA bid for legal rhino horn trade”