Malawi, South Africa Sign MoU to Conserve Rhino


    Malawi and South Africa, have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to conserve and manage Rhinos.

    In his remarks, Malawi Minister of Natural Resources Bintony Kutsaira said the signing of the MoU is a milestone in wildlife and rhino conservation in the country.

    According to Kutsaira, the MOU will facilitate the donation of rhinos from South African government to malawi’s Liwonde National Park, which became extint by the year 1992 due to poaching, but were later re-introduced in 1993 in Liwonde National Park by a donation from the SA government.

    The signing of the MoU formalizes the long time collaboration that has been there between the two governments in conservation and management of rhinos.