Troubleshooter Stan Becker is back in South Africa for the wedding of his former colleague Jimmy. Jimmy runs a profitable private security firm that is a thorn in the side of the local police - even though Sarah, Jimmy's future wife, is one of the police force's best agents. On the night of the wedding, Stan is disturbed by the sounds of a scuffle. He enters his friend's room and finds Sarah murdered and Jimmy drunk and unconscious. Convinced that Jimmy was framed, Stan asks one of Jimmy's employees, the pretty Malindi, to help him find out what happened. Malindi, a Zulu, knows that a feather given to Sarah before her wedding was a Zulu warning. Following this lead, they discover that Sarah was about to unmask a major poaching ring in which many Zulus from a local township are forced to kill animals in a preserve. More importantly, their investigations reveal that the police know about this and that the mastermind of the entire operation is a world-renowned animal-rights activist and founder of the nature preserve on which the poachers are operating. Against such powerful opponents, Stan and Malindi can only rely on the solidarity of the abused.