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My Personal Trail Experience

21 Jan 2016 Pride and conservation 0

Pakamani Nombila recently joined the WFA as a Junior Report Writer and joined our Umzi Wethu youth on a trail in the Tsitsikamma area as part of his induction. Below is a blog on Pakamani’s experience on trail.For me, one of the most amazing things about being on trail and camping has to be the mornings. Being a villager almost all my life, waking up to the chanting and singing sounds of the birds in the morning reminded me of a place very close to my heart. It reminded me of home, where in the morning roosters would alert you that it was time to get up and get on with your day.


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Mining Threat to Key Game Reserve

20 Jan 2016 0

The proposed establishment of a vast and hugely controversial 32-year-long, open-pit, anthracite coal mine right on the boundary (within 60m) of iMfolozi Game Reserve in Zululand, KwaZulu-Natal, has predictably unleashed howls of opposition – even from quarters one might not have anticipated.


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Graham Beck Wines support Rhino Conservation

21 Dec 2015 Rhino Conservation rhino 0

Dear Friend of the Wilderness Foundation Africa. We are bombarded on an almost daily basis by the alarming statistics regarding the rhino poaching crises. The Wilderness Foundation Forever Wild Rhino Protection Initiative has taken groundbreaking steps in the struggle to protect these majestic creatures and the wild places in which they roam. 



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Hope's Story

01 Nov 2015 Rhino Conservation 0

In May 2015, 3 rhino lost their lives in a poaching incident in the Eastern Cape. Through the efforts of many dedicated teams, Hpoe survived the attack and we share her story in this video.




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Taking the Mountain to the Kids

The Pride Project, which is managed and co-ordinated by the Wilderness Foundation, was developed to fulfil the need for an environmental education outreach programme among disadvantaged youth from urban and rural areas.