Woven throughout the backstories of these characters is the loss of loved ones, lack of resources and the desperation to get out of economic hardship.
If South Africa’s proposed Meat Safety Act gets passed in its present form it opens up the possibility of massive consumption of wildlife.
Beginning on Saturday, West Australia’s short, intense abalone season will be open for a total of four hours.
Breaking the cycle of illegal abalone poaching in South Africa is going to be tough, but not impossible.
Abalone poaching in Cape Town succeeds because there is a motivated offender, a suitable target and a lack of security.