A recent study in Vietnam, sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), reveals that demand for rhino horn may be much larger than previously thought. It shows that, in addition to consumers of rhino horn, there is a large group of "intenders" — people who intend to buy rhino horn when they can afford it.
Rhodes University prides itself on its high percentage of postgraduate students. At the 2013 graduation ceremony, 41% of all graduates were awarded postgraduate degrees. Rhodes also celebrated a new University record of 63 PhDs – an outstanding achievement for the smallest university in the country.
In 2010 Brazil’s finance minister accused the developed countries of waging "war" against developing countries. Expansionary monetary policies to help the developed nations recover from the financial crisis were, he alleged, causing large flows of capital from rich countries into developing nations.