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Sekoati said investigations were at an advanced stage and more arrests are expected soon."While certain communities believe that lion bones hold medicinal properties which help cure cancer and improve virility, other communities are reportedly utilising lion bones as a replacement for tiger bones in tiger wine, which is believed to be a cure for amongst others, ulcers and stomach cramps," said Sekoati.There is, however, no scientific proof that the bones have such properties said Sekoati."The department is embarking on a programme to debunk these perceptions through its Environmental Empowerment Services in order to bring an end to lion killings in our province," he said.A pair of notorious Russian phone pranksters known as Vladimir Kuznetsov (Vovan) and Alexei Stolyarov (Lexus) have posted a video of their talk with a new victim.This time it was a conversation with US Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-California), the one who'd earlier claimed that "Putin is continuing to advance into Korea." Commenting on the conversation, Vladimir Kuznetsov told Sputnik that the constituetns of Maxine Waters' home district should certainly listen to the conversation. Maxine Waters (D-CA) pretending to be Prime Minister Groisman of Ukraine.Aibolit and loosely translated play on a sound one makes when sick, Dr. She offered help in overturning Limpopo’s new “dictator”. Since January, 11 suspects have been arrested in connection with killing of lions.
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Polokwane - Lion poaching in Limpopo has increased as conservation authorities clamp down on rhino poaching.
Provincial MEC of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism Seaparo Sekoati said he was concerned that 24 lions were killed between January and August this year.
It is imperative that private nature reserve owners should beef up their security," said Sekoati.
He said the provincial Environmental Management Inspectorate, also known as the Green Scorpions, was working in collaboration with other law enforcement agencies.However, this does not always translate into action from the various levels of the state.