South Africa will sign Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with various countries to curb rhino poaching, a government official said on Friday.
Albi Modise, the spokesperson in the Department of Water and Environmental Affairs, said,"South Africa is expected to sign an MoU with Mozambique early next year."
In June this year, South Africa and Mozambique met and shared ideas on how to collaborate in stamping out rhino poaching.
South Africa is also seeking cooperation with some Asian countries in protecting the endangered rhino.
South Africa will sign an MoU with Lao in the field of biodiversity conservation and management, according to the spokesperson.
Modise said,"The signing of the MoU will be accompanied by the endorsement of an implementation plan, putting into immediate action concrete steps to eradicate wildlife crimes through government-to-government and security initiatives, educate the public and raise awareness." More....