SA’s trade in lion bones and its management of elephant ivory stockpiles will be among wildlife-related issues to be reviewed by an advisory committee established by the environment ministry.

The 25-member committee will review a number of issues as criticism from anti-hunting campaigners and animal activists mounts. In August, a high court judge said that the allocation of export quotas for lion skeletons by the government was illegal...

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