A man believed to be a rhino poaching kingpin is expected to appear in the Obogeni Magistrate's Court in Northern KZN today.
He was arrested on Wednesday, along with a second suspect near the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park after community members noticed them "behaving suspiciously".
Police found a rifle in their possession.
Ezemvelo's Musa Mntambo says local communities have been playing a vital role in the fight against poaching.
"The community's now playing its role in become the ears and the eyes of Ezemvelo.
" As we speak to date we have arrested 67 people suspected of rhino poaching and so far we have lost 75 rhinos," he said.