Namibia, which joins the rest of the world in celebrating World Rhino day today, currently hosts the largest population of black rhino subspecies Diceros bicornis bicornis in the world. Approximately 93% of the total population of this taxon are found in Namibia with numbers increasing steadily under a well established and innovative conservation and management program. In addition to hosting a third of the entire remaining black rhino on the planet Namibia also has the second largest white rhino population in world after South Africa. This is, in part, Minister of Environment, Foresty and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta explained to Future Media News because the country has demonstrated increased commitment to safeguard it’s rhinos through a variety of innovative means.