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1 September 2014
   
 
 
Investigative journalist Julian Rademeyer discusses his book ‘Killing for profit’, which exposes the illegal rhino horn trade. Camera: Darlene Creamer & Shane Williams. Editing: Darlene Creamer. Recorded: 29/11/2012.
 
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Investigative journalist Julian Rademeyer discusses his book ‘Killing for profit’, which exposes the illegal rhino horn trade. Camera: Darlene Creamer & Shane Williams. Editing: Darlene Creamer. Recorded: 29/11/2012.
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On the black markets of Southeast Asia, rhino horn is worth more than gold, cocaine and heroin. This is the story of a more than two-year-long investigation into a dangerous criminal underworld where merciless syndicates will stop at nothing to attain their prize. It is a tale of greed, folly and corruption, and of an increasingly desperate battle to save rhinos – which have existed for more than 50-million years.

Killing for Profit, written by investigative journalist Julian Rademeyer, is a meticulous, devastating and revelatory account of one of the world’s most secretive trades. It exposes poachers, scoundrels, gangsters, conmen, mercenaries, killers, gun-runners, diplomats, government officials and kingpins behind the slaughter. And it follows the bloody trail from the frontlines of the rhino wars to the lair of a wildlife-trafficking kingpin on the banks of the Mekong River in Laos.

Killing for Profit is published by Random House Struik

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