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Border Security

SA, Moz to talk rhino

South African authorities are finalising plans to meet their Mozambican counterparts to discuss ways to curb rhino poaching in the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park. The meeting will be between Water and Environmental Affairs Minister, Edna Molewa and officials from the Mozambican government.

Mpuma MEC calls for more border security

Mpumalanga Safety, Security and Liaison MEC, Vusi Shongwe, has called for the strengthening of borders, as this will have an impact in reducing crime in the province and the country. He has called on the police and defence to work together in ensuring that all illegal crossings are closed, especially around Mananga border area.

Libya rebels say plan attack on western mountain town

altLibyan rebels fighting in the western mountains said they planned to launch a major offensive on the strategic town of Ghezaia near the Tunisian border in the next day or two.

Kenyan policeman killed by Somali rebels

altA Kenyan policeman was killed near the Somali border in a bomb attack by the same rebels who are being blamed for blocking food aid to Somalia's famine victims, government officials said.

Kenya burns tusks to counter growing ivory smuggling

altKenya's President Mwai Kibaki set fire to five tonnes of contraband ivory a symbol of his and Africa's renewed commitment to fight poaching.

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