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Good question. I wonder if rhino prices may have gone down considering how hard it is to keep them alive, or have gone up as a dwindling commodity, or have stood still with set pricing.

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There is not a topic that discuss the Annual Financial Statements (AFS) of SANParks because it is available on the website Here. The AFS for 2013- 2014 is currently in the process of auditing and will not be available as yet.

To answer your question, one should start with the responsibilities of the SANParks Board as Accounting Authority according to the Public Finance Management Act (No.1 of 1999 as amended by Act 29 of 1999) (PFMA) with specific reference to Sections 52, 54, 55 and 65.

According to the above sections of the PFMA the accounting Authority is only responsible to submit the prescribed information to the accounting officer for a department designated by the executive authority responsible for that public entity or government business enterprise, National Treasury, the Auditor-General and Parliament during any financial year.

We as the public will only have access to a department or entity’s Annual Financial Statements which includes the budget of expenditure and projected and actual revenue information after it was audited and tabled in Parliament during the next financial year.

If you open the current published AFS of 2012 - 2013 you will find the line item “sale of fauna and flora” (your “Revenue from sale of Live animals”) on page 101 under “Statement of Financial Performance” under the heading Exchange Revenue.

It is quite clear from the line items that the revenue raised by means of sales of fauna and flora only comprises of .35% of total revenue raised.

You will also find the “STATEMENT OF COMPARISON OF BUDGET AND ACTUAL AMOUNTS” on page 133.

Cognizance should also be taken of note 30.2 Biological assets on page 131.

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Hey BarryEls, I never said there was something wrong, I was just interested to know the line item and if the rhinos constitute what percentage, and wondering if the poaching had an effect on said item, and I also thank you for the links above.


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South African National Parks (SANParks) today, 22 July 2014, welcomed the heavy sentencing of a rhino poacher to a total of 77 years in prison for rhino poaching and related offences. He was sentenced in the Nelspruit Magistrates Court today.

Mandla Chauke was arrested in the Kruger National Park (KNP) in 2011 after he had killed three rhino calves.

The Acting Chief Executive Officer of SANParks, Abe Sibiya commended the courts in particular Magistrate Msibi, for imposing such a lengthy jail term. This is a huge triumph for the rhino and we warmly welcome this reward as it will provide the much needed boost to the anti poaching teams who endure harsh conditions for the protection of our parks.

The KNP has lost 370 animals to poaching since January this year and 62 people were arrested in connection with some of the cases.

“Our wish is to see a significant increase in such convictions and for the law enforcement authorities in affected countries to cooperate and work with us to end this scourge”, concluded Sibiya.

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 Post subject: Re: Poaching
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Great news Lesego, maybe the lengthy sentence will make a few poachers stop and think of the consequences of what they are doing

Thanks for the update

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One more poacher put where he belongs. Nice job, SA justice system!

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Mandla Chauke was arrested in the Kruger National Park (KNP) in 2011 after he had killed three rhino calves.


What a tragedy. :(

Thank goodness he is in prison now.


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 Post subject: Re: Poaching
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Well, he is in jail now and maybe he will stay there for a long time. Maybe he wont. He was arrested in 2011. So, a lot of money has been spent on him in three years. It's a pity that it took so long to get him convicted and sentenced. So I wonder if that is the best way for things to have panned out. And I dont believe that he is paying sufficiently for the crime. I mean, it is not going to serve as a deterrent to too many people.

But ja, it's better than most other news that we hear about poaching. Thanks.


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http://times-e-editions.newspaperdirect ... 0000001001

20 July 2014/Sunday Times/Pearly Joubert

Radical plan to pull 500 rhinos out of Kruger

THE Kruger National Park plans to evacuate 500 rhinos to secret locations in a last-ditch bid to save one of Africa’s Big Five from poachers’ bullets — suggesting that the park is losing the war against poachers.

But the “rescue plan” risks coming unstuck because of infighting in South African National Parks, according to four sources.
Of the 500 animals earmarked to be moved out of the Kruger, 250 have been sold to private buyers for about R60-million. The rest were slated to be moved to a safe location controlled by SANParks.

The plan has been suspended — because of infighting in the conservation community, the departure of SANParks CEO David Mabunda and the suspension of Dr Hector Magoma, head of conservation services, according to insiders.

Mabunda’s contract was not renewed. He was relieved of his duties five days before it expired.

His departure from SANParks, after 15 years, was followed by a slew of suspensions and cancelled contracts of senior managers and service providers amid hints that the organisation was “cleaning up” despite it being the only parastatal that has received clean audits annually.

A major private sector benefactor of SANParks said “it appears as though all Mabunda’s initiatives are stopped”.

A senior official of SANParks said the board suspected Magoma of “benefiting” in the sale and relocation of the rhinos.

Neither Mabunda nor Magoma were prepared to comment.
Dr Gert Dry, a SANParks board member, said Mabunda and Magoma had taken up their cases with the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.

Dry said it was “a rumour” that Magoma was accused of benefiting from selling the Kruger rhinos.

Minister of Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa has been drawn into the fray. On June 24, a group of senior Kruger officials are said to have met Molewa, “imploring her to ensure the movement of rhinos out of the Kruger”.

“She asked the board why the relocation of rhinos isn’t happening, asking them to go ahead,” said a SANParks employee.

But Dry said Molewa “didn’t instruct the board to relocate and sell rhinos . . . All discussions with the minister are of a confidential nature, but I can confirm that she did not instruct the board to move rhinos from Kruger.”

Dry confirmed the rescue plan, saying a “strategic decision . . . was taken late last year that the business plan, budget and sanctuary details for strategic rhino management will be considered . . . This process is under way.”

Since March — when the park’s first rhinos were to be transported to safer destinations — a further 209 rhinos have been killed in the park, bringing the total for this year to 370.

Nationally, 581 rhinos have been killed this year.

Under Mabunda, it was proposed to sell 250 rhinos. A tender process identified two individuals and a deal was reached for the sale of the Kruger rhinos. The deposit paid on the R60-million sales price was to be used to move a further 250 to 300 rhinos out of the park.

“We need to protect the rhinos better . . . The obvious thing is to remove the rhinos from the threat,” said a SANParks employee. The Sunday Times can report that:

There are only between 7 000 and 7 500 rhinos left in the park — not 10 800 as SANParks has stated;

Some sectional rangers in the Kruger are “under-reporting” rhino carcasses and buckling under the relentless poaching mainly from Mozambique;

Despite increased numbers of defence force personnel involved and R255-million from the Howard Buffet Foundation earmarked for anti-poaching efforts, the Kruger is unable to protect the rhinos and prematurely cancelled a contract with Pathfinder, a company providing intelligence on poachers and syndicates involved;

Forty-seven Mozambican poachers were killed in the Kruger last year and about 200 people have been arrested in connection with poaching; and

Up to 103 tracks, all believed to belong to armed rhino poachers, are found on a monthly basis in the Kruger, crossing from Mozambique.

The World Wildlife Fund estimates that the “rhino tipping point” (more rhinos killed than born) will be reached by 2015 or 2016.

“I can tell you categorically at this rate there will not be rhinos left in the Kruger in two years’ time,” said a contractor who has worked at the park for six years.

“There are only 400 SANParks rangers patrolling an area as big as Israel . . . there appears to be little political will to protect the rhinos,” he said.

“The plan to move rhinos out of the Kruger is a brilliant plan. It’s radical, but if we want to have rhinos left by 2016, they have to move them out of Kruger.”

Pathfinder’s three-year contract with SANParks to provide intelligence to the Kruger was terminated after 19 months without reason. A SANParks official said Pathfinder was sacked “because they were appointed during the Mabunda years”.

Twenty tons of stockpiled rhino horn, worth about R10-billion, is at the heart of the crisis.

A senior SANParks official said there were strong signals that the board and department wanted to sell the hoard. Such an act would put South Africa in defiance of a Cites ban on such sales.

http://m.news24.com/news24/Green/News/S ... o-20140720

SANParks denies sale of KNP rhino

2014-07-21 05:00
Johannesburg - SANParks on Sunday denied that the Kruger National Park (KNP) planned on moving 500 of its rhino out of the park and selling half of them to private buyers.

"This matter is one of the matters currently under discussion by the board of SANParks and reporting on it was rather premature," spokesperson Wanda Mkutshulwa said in a statement.

The Sunday Times reported the KNP planned on evacuating the 500 rhino to a secret location in a last-ditch bid to save the animals from poachers.

Four sources reportedly told the publication that 250 of the rhino were sold to private buyers for about R60m, the other half would be moved to a safe location controlled by South African National Parks (SANParks)

Mkutshulwa said the movement of rhino for their protection was nothing new in the country.
He said the current population in the KNP came from a seed stock of about 350 rhino from Hluhluwe Mfolozi Park in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal in the 1960s when rhino were locally extinct in the park.

The paper reported that there was infighting in SANParks which was getting in the way of the planned move.

Mkutshulwa dismissed it as a rumour.

"We are not aware where such information would be emanating from and believe it is just a rumour from unnamed sources we would really prefer to refrain from responding to."

He said the SANParks board had scheduled a meeting to deliberate on proposals to implement further plans in the protection of rhino.

The board would possibly make key decisions or further recommendations to management at the meeting.

"The public will be appraised of any matters of relevance," Mkutshulwa said.

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I am also aware that a press conference was held at Groenkloof yesterday where this matter was discussed.

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http://www.tourismupdate.co.za/NewsDeta ... wsId=73438

SANParks to discuss rhino relocation on Thursday
23 Wed, Jul 2014

SANParks to discuss rhino relocation on Thursday

SANParks has not taken a decision to relocate rhino from the Kruger National Park, the organisation said on Tuesday.

SANParks Spokesperson Ike Phaahla told Tourism Update that reports suggesting SANParks had plans to relocate 500 rhino from the park, of which 250 had been sold to private buyers, were not true.

However, the SANParks board will meet on to discuss possible relocation on Thursday. “The matter of sale of rhinos and removal of rhinos to other protected areas is part of a proposal that management has taken to the Board and it will be discussed at a special meeting that the Board has scheduled for Thursday this week,” said Wanda Mkutshulwa, Managing Executive Corporate Services at SANParks. She said board would apply its mind in line with its responsibilities and hopefully give management its final decision on the matter.

According to SANParks at this stage there was no number attached to the rhino that would be relocated, should the board decide on this course.

Phaahla said the board would make a recommendation only after input from scientists as well as conservation managers. This recommendation would then be taken to the minister of environmental affairs.

Mkutshulwa pointed out that rhino have been relocated from time to time, arguing that this is not a new initiative. “In fact, not so long ago rhinos were locally extinct in the Kruger National Park and the rhinos we see today are a marvelous story of conservation success in that the seed population of 350 came from Hluhluwe Mfolozi in the 1960s.” She said it took the population almost 30 years to reach 1 000 animals in 1990, then in the year 2000 the animals reached a figure of 2 000. SANParks estimates that there are between 8 500 and 12 000 rhino in the Kruger.

“Translocation is an intricate part of conservation management and it is not just done for security reasons but largely for ecological reasons,” said Mkutshulwa.

The KNP has lost 370 rhino to poaching since January this year.

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SANParks to discuss rhino relocation on Thursday
23 Wed, Jul 2014

SANParks to discuss rhino relocation on Thursday

SANParks has not taken a decision to relocate rhino from the Kruger National Park, the organisation said on Tuesday.

SANParks Spokesperson Ike Phaahla told Tourism Update that reports suggesting SANParks had plans to relocate 500 rhino from the park, of which 250 had been sold to private buyers, were not true.

However, the SANParks board will meet on to discuss possible relocation on Thursday. “The matter of sale of rhinos and removal of rhinos to other protected areas is part of a proposal that management has taken to the Board and it will be discussed at a special meeting that the Board has scheduled for Thursday this week,” said Wanda Mkutshulwa, Managing Executive Corporate Services at SANParks. She said board would apply its mind in line with its responsibilities and hopefully give management its final decision on the matter.

According to SANParks at this stage there was no number attached to the rhino that would be relocated, should the board decide on this course.

Phaahla said the board would make a recommendation only after input from scientists as well as conservation managers. This recommendation would then be taken to the minister of environmental affairs.

Mkutshulwa pointed out that rhino have been relocated from time to time, arguing that this is not a new initiative. “In fact, not so long ago rhinos were locally extinct in the Kruger National Park and the rhinos we see today are a marvelous story of conservation success in that the seed population of 350 came from Hluhluwe Mfolozi in the 1960s.” She said it took the population almost 30 years to reach 1 000 animals in 1990, then in the year 2000 the animals reached a figure of 2 000. SANParks estimates that there are between 8 500 and 12 000 rhino in the Kruger.

“Translocation is an intricate part of conservation management and it is not just done for security reasons but largely for ecological reasons,” said Mkutshulwa.

The KNP has lost 370 rhino to poaching since January this year.

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Address by SANParks Chairperson, Mr Kuseni Dlamini to the media

Date: 23rd July 2014

Ladies and gentlemen of the media thank you kindly for honouring our invitation and also showing interest in the affairs of South African National Parks. This meeting aims to put in context important aspects of SANParks affairs and please take note that this is based on facts.

First of all, we are a public entity and accountable to the South African public. Based on that fact we have always been upfront in taking the public into our confidence on matters pertaining to South African National Parks. Over the last 19 years this organisation has performed exceptionally well achieving clean audits year after year. Good corporate governance has been the cornerstone of this organisation and continues to be at the forefront of our daily operations.

South African National Parks has on its books a number of service providers, whose relationship is governed by legal agreements. Pathfinder is but one of those service providers. Their contract was legally terminated after SANParks reviewed the service they were providing. Affordability is one of the key considerations in continuing with services of this kind, followed by value for money. All those factors were considered when terminating their relationship with SANParks, remembering that the organisations’ mandate is that of conservation, we continue to believe that issues of law enforcement should be left to relevant authorities, however we believe we also have some role to play in this.

Our studies indicate that measures that have been put in place in the fight against rhino poaching are beginning to show results. The increase in the arrests and the successful prosecutions, bare testimony to the enormous efforts by our Rangers Corp working in partnership with various law enforcement agencies. SANParks is encouraged by the heavy sentences handed out by the courts in recent times and the work done by the police to gather irrefutable evidence to enable prosecutors to argue for those heavy sentences.

Given what we have alluded to above, it cannot be true that the war against rhino poaching is being lost. In actual fact there has been a concerted effort to intensify the protection of our country’s heritage – the rhino. It is critical to note that conservation is a science and science is not static. SANParks in its operations applies a principle of adaptive management, which speaks to research informed by various methodologies and world best practices.

SANParks is proud of its cutting edge best practices when it comes to science research and all its operations are informed by long term peer review driven results, therefore speculative suggestions that the methodology used in the recent census of rhino species is inaccurate is not true. Kruger National Park has got a strong and viable rhino population. The latest official census on rhino populations will soon be released and the public will be informed of its results. It is safe to say that the previous census of 2010 which was peer reviewed, showed that there is an estimated rhino population of between 8,500 and 12,000 in the Kruger National Park not the 7 000 and 7500 which has been mentioned. The public must appreciate that we cannot hold a census every year because of the enormity of this project.

As mentioned above, SANParks is guided by proven scientific research when taking decisions on rhino and other management matters. It has been widely reported that there are plans to remove or relocate 500 rhinos from the iconic Kruger National Park. This is wrong and grossly misleading. There are no approved plans to do that.

In closing, SANParks goes to move from strength to strength. In fact today was the official opening for the 2015 bookings and we are very confident of the growing interest from local and foreign tourists to visit our parks. We had a very successful June holiday season this year and hope to do even better next year. We have an Acting CEO supported by a competent and capable executive management team and great and committed teams across all our parks doing great work for SANParks and South Africa at large.

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I must confess I have become more and more confused with everything I read!

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First of all, we are a public entity and accountable to the South African public. Based on that fact we have always been upfront in taking the public into our confidence on matters pertaining to South African National Parks.


Somebody had to respond to the allegations in the Sunday times. This is reactive and not proactively upfront with the public. What about the statement that things are not for public consumption.

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It is safe to say that the previous census of 2010 which was peer reviewed, showed that there is an estimated rhino population of between 8,500 and 12,000 in the Kruger National Park not the 7 000 and 7500 which has been mentioned. The public must appreciate that we cannot hold a census every year because of the enormity of this project.


This confirms there has been no census since 2010. It says an estimated 8500 - 12000 in 2010. So it is possible that right now it is 7000 - 7500? We will wait for the latest figures.

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South African National Parks has on its books a number of service providers, whose relationship is governed by legal agreements. Pathfinder is but one of those service providers. Their contract was legally terminated after SANParks reviewed the service they were providing. Affordability is one of the key considerations in continuing with services of this kind, followed by value for money. All those factors were considered when terminating their relationship with SANParks, remembering that the organisations’ mandate is that of conservation, we continue to believe that issues of law enforcement should be left to relevant authorities, however we believe we also have some role to play in this.


Should all these factors not be considered when signing a contract with said service providers?

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Our studies indicate that measures that have been put in place in the fight against rhino poaching are beginning to show results.


More rhinos than ever before are being killed in Kruger. It just gets worse with each update from the DEA.

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Provide the data to show that rhino horn has medical uses, that it can cure cancer. Why do you then want to sell it.

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