S Africa: What next for rhinos after lifting of horns trade ban?

The heavyweight animals are critically endangered in many parts of Africa. The largest population is in South Africa where an eight-year-old sales ban on rhino horn has recently been lifted.

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    Rhino horns are described by some as more valuable than gold.

    The heavyweight animals are critically endangered in many parts of Africa.

    The largest population is in South Africa where an eight-year-old sales ban on rhino horn has recently been lifted.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from Limpopo.


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