By Steve Bhengu
Thula Thula game reserve's warned other would-be rhino poachers that their days of killing the precious animals are numbered.
Francoiuse Malby-Anthony has been speaking to Newswatch following the arrest of two suspected poachers by security staff in the reserve on Friday morning.
A third suspect got away. Malby-Anthony says homemade rifles, an axe and knives were found on the men. She says they were arrested before poaching any animal, adding that they'll work closely with police to bring the suspects to book.
"We're working together with the police and a case has been opened and we're waiting to find out when the court case is on" said Malby-Anthony.