Expert witness links cellphone calls to poaching crimes

Three men yesterday pleaded not guilty to more than 50 criminal charges relating to the poaching and harvesting of the horns of some 13 rhino over five years in the Eastern Cape. In one of the biggest rhino poaching trials to date in South Africa, Jabulani Ndlovu, 40, Forget Ndlovu, 37, and Sikhumbuzo Ndlovu, 38, who are all out on bail, are facing dozens of charges of theft, malicious injury to property, the hunting or killing of endangered rhinos without a permit, unlawful possession of tranqu...

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