Helping people understand the environment

2008-09-04 00:00

Sindi Mkhize, a Pietermaritzburg nyanga (traditional healer) who was arrested and charged in April 2006 for being in possession of lion skin, leopard skin, a monitor lizard and for stealing and killing a tortoise from the Lion Park, spoke at a workshop on “The impact of tradition and the modern age on the environment” at the Hluhluwe Game Reserve yesterday.

The two-day conference commenced with the signing of a KZN Wildlife Crime Working Group Mandate between the SA Police Services, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and the National Prosecuting Authority.

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