12 June 2015
The South African Police
Service said it is gaining momentum in its efforts to deal with rhino poachers.
This is after two men were
arrested at their place of residents where police found 416 calibre Hunting
Rifle and a 458 silencer with no serial number.
Another suspect was arrested
shortly after for suspected rhino poaching case.
SAPS Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo
said we believe that we are making steady progress in terms of proactively
curbing the surge of rhino poaching.
Naidoo added that we are still
seeing a lot that still needs to needs to be done, we are now focusing a lot of
our attention the key figures or the lead figures in this underworld.
“With the support of our
police chiefs on the southern African police region, we know that we can make
great headway, as this is part of the priorities on the agenda of the South
region.” Naidoo added.
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