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HEADLINES, Education, Wildlife Conservation
Image: Deep-sea trawl operators and WWF-SA team up to tackle fishy issues The South African Deep Sea Trawling Industry Association (SADSTIA) has teamed up with conservation organisation, WWF South Africa (WWF-SA), to dramatically improve the management of at least 12 non-target fish species that are caught alongside hake in the offshore demersal trawl fishery.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Wildlife Conservation
Image: Thembi - Thandi's rhino calf is named Hope The name Thembi seemed to fit best given that this little calf has brought fresh hope and energy to those who struggle to secure the future of our rhi
At a small function held on Monday, Kariega Game Reserve announced that Thandi’s rhino calf has been named Thembi, meaning hope in isiXhosa.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Wildlife Conservation
Image: Disappointing results from Thandi’s skin grafts Thandi the Rhino of Kariega Game Reserve underwent a follow up treatment on Wednesday 23 October after the pioneering skin grafts
The purpose of the procedure was to evaluate if the skin grafts had worked, and which methods in particular had been successful. Although Thandi’s behaviour and general health appear strong, the procedure revealed that the skin grafts were mostly unsuccessful.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Wildlife Conservation
Image: Wilderness Expansion Project - SA’s 1st BEE Wildlife Conservation Project 100% BEE certified by Empowerdex for Black Beneficiaries and Social Enterprise Development
The only certified and endorsed BEE conservation project that will expand wilderness areas to protect wildlife, preserve the land and upskill local previously disadvantaged residents, has been launched by The 1%4 Wildlife Trust.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Government, Wildlife Conservation
Image: WWF South Africa Comments on the 2013/4 Budget The Budget Speech Highlights How Much Money is Needed to Upgrade...
WWF South Africa (WWF-SA) welcomes the 2013 Budget’s clear indication of government’s commitment towards addressing the increasing problem of acid-mine drainage (AMD) and derelict mines. However, the organisation is disappointed at the level of expenditure allocated to addressing this key threat to the country’s water security.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , HEADLINES, Agriculture/Food, Food security , Wildlife Conservation
Image: 2 weekends, 4000 trees – Greenpop’s Reforest Fest at Platbos Forest Greenpop Will Host Two Reforestation Fests at Platbos Forest in May 2013
Come and experience some of Cape Town’s top musicians in a setting like no other – under the canopy of the ancient Platbos Forest. For the third year running, Greenpop will host the Reforest Fest in Platbos forest. This annual reforestation effort has seen over 3000 indigenous trees being planted in the southern-most forest of Africa since 2011.   Read More...

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