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Rhinos: Killing and Corruption

BBC Africa Correspondent Alastair Leithead investigates the alleged links between the illegal rhino horn trade and corruption in Zululand's courts and its national parks.

A thousand rhinos are being killed every year in South Africa - and there are less than 25,000 left. Their horn is worth more than cocaine on the Asian black market, but it's not just the greed of poachers and traffickers - corruption is apparently fuelling the crisis. BBC Africa Correspondent Alastair Leithead investigates the alleged links between the illegal rhino horn trade and corruption in Zululand's courts and its national parks.

30 minutes

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Thu 6 Sep 2018 23:30GMT

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