I'm a busy guy. These are my entries about where I've been, what I've been doing, who I've met, who is helping my cause, and why things matter.
Introducing Project Rhino - the Organization
Project Rhino is collectively responsible for the protection of the second largest rhino population on the continent and the most genetically diverse white rhino population.
Meet Gerhard Van Der Westhuizen
Introducing the truly talented photographer who took the incredible photo on the cover on my newly released book. Read his story here.
Introducing Wild911 wildlife relocation experts
Wild 911 is a capture and relocate organisation for elephants and rhinos. Read the amazing story of Chris Holcroft in this beautifully designed presentation.
The Art of Storytelling with Mdicini
Mdiceni Gumede is a Wilderness Trails Guide that is on a quest to keep oral history alive.
Perspective: The Meaning of Generosity
We've been able to make some big smiles across Africa thanks to our sponsor Adidas. They have have been generous and supportive. Read on to see how we've made great reach into rural Africa with the help of Adidas and all of my generous and relentless peers.
Corporate Social Investment is for Everyone
Not everything is about a company’s profits. It’s also about its heart. Corporate Social Investment provides a platform for companies to wear their heart on their sleeves.
Grant Fowlds: The True Face of Modern Conservation
Newsletter by esteemed author Graham Spence about his new upcoming book.
Gorilla Art Launch in the Democratic Republic of Congo
A unique Gorilla Education project was launched in Miti with the PolePole Foundation in partnership with Rhino Art.
Ubhejane X MTB supports Rhino
The Fourth Ubhejane X which stands for Extreme was held on 9th Dec 2017. For the first time in its short history the Riders fought several weather challenges: severe easterly winds, heat and then a deluge of rain.
Community Conservation first in Madikwe North West province
ERP and Barrus Investments are currently expanding the Madikwe park in North West province to include land once restituted around the beautiful Molatedi Dam.
The Lucky Fish Blog
Meet Maggie Hansen, a Blog expert from Oxnard California who stayed with me along with Neville her Husband, both Ex South Africans with over four decades in California in the United States
Ubhejane X Mountain Bike Challenge
The 2016 Rhino ride was branded as the Ubhejane Xtreme. This is a collection of media and people behind the scenes that helped on the Gruelling 340km MTB Extreme ride for Rhino in December which ended in Hhuhluwe Game Reserve.
Demand Reduction at COP17 Cites
The first ever CITES Resolution and a full set of Decisions aimed at concrete and targeted actions on demand reduction to tackle Wildlife Trafficking agreed in Committee of CITES CoP17.
COP17 Cites Opening and Heritage Day
Read all about the World's Biggest Wildlife Event which Coincided with South Africa's Heritage Day.
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.
The Remarkable Value of Horses to Reduce Rhino Poaching
How horses have been introduced to the war on rhino poaching and their amazing benefits
Rhino Bike Ride Hillcrest to Hilltop, Kwa-Zulu Natal
A distance of up to 350km in less than 17 hours, all to raise awareness for Project Rhino
Van Loveren Wineland Rhino Community Conservation
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.