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COP17 Cites Opening and Heritage Day

Read all about the Worlds Biggest Wildlife Event which Co-incided with South Africa's Heritage Day. The day Started with Speaking at a School near Lanseria with Blair Atholl Primary about the Importance of Stopping Wildlife Crime, Meeting Conservation leaders with Under Secretary General of the UNEP, Mr Erik Solheim at a private Function, attending the IFAW Youth for Wildlife Closing Event and The CITES COP17 opening Address on Heritage Day

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Is it Serendipity

Big NGOs have morphed into a form of market environmentalism with unintended consequences for local communities in Africa, Asia and South America.

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Bonobo in Congo

Read this Inspiring Story by Terese Hart who with her Husband John, work Tirelessly in saving the Endangered Animals in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Horses add Value to Reduce Rhino Poaching

The Rhino Poaching crisis requires and all round team effort to convict poachers. There is no single effort which is working without the use of another- such as drones, dogs, aireal support, Boots and Binoculars, or Educating our World. Horses have an advantage in remote areas and increase speed through rough terrain. This is how you can help?

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Rhino Awarenss at Scouts #Rhinoshoutout

Rhino awareness at Scout Ceremony" or "A thousand scouts pledge allegiance to the rhino".

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Rhino Ride Hillcrest to Hilltop

Have You Got what it takes

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Wineland Rhino Community Conservation-Passing Baton to Youth

In a Unique and mutually beneficial Community Upliftment programme- Project Rhino and Van Loveren Wines have joined forces to empower the future Generations with Knowleadge of the Environmental crisis we are facing in our World Today.

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