Security cluster in Zambezi crackdown on wildlife crime


Zambezi Region's law enforcement and security forces are making significant strides against wildlife crime.

Today, seven individuals from Zambia were apprehended in the Kapani area with 18 tusks, along with the discovery of a .375 caliber firearm in their possession.

These tusks, believed to be sourced from poached elephants in Botswana, mark the latest incident in a series of arrests within the past three weeks. The total number of intercepted elephant tusks in this region over the last three consecutive weeks now stands at 59.