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ALL THE NEWS , Wildlife & Conservation
Image: What a Waste Without even realizing it we are constantly surrounded by waste - waste that we usually only use once and never again!

The coffee to go in the morning, the takeaway for lunch and the grocery shopping at night. Nowadays it's hard to find anything that isn't made out of plastic (or at least wrapped in it). But do we really need all that packaging? Or has it just become part of today's lifestyle of convenience and, I suppose in some ways, carelessness?   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Wildlife & Conservation
Image: Engen donates R1 million to Agri SA Drought Relief Fund Engen has long maintained a keen agricultural focus, with one in every two South African farmers depending on the company’s quality products
Engen Petroleum, a leading producer and marketer of fuels, lubricants and oil-based products, handed over a cheque for R1 million to Agri SA for drought relief at this year’s Nampo agricultural show, which runs from 17-20 May.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Health, Social & Community, Wildlife & Conservation
Image: The Sea Harvest Kids for Kids initiative is now into its sixth year. To date R1.3 million has been donated by Sea Harvest to The Children’s Hospital Trust for projects at Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital.

Youngsters can help upgrade the ICU at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town. Children can help make a difference to the lives of other children. The Sea Harvest Kids for Kids initiative, which runs annually from November to February, is now into its sixth year. A portion of the sales of selected Sea Harvest crumbed fish products* are donated to The Children’s Hospital Trust.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Wildlife & Conservation
Image: Poaching Survivor Thandi the Rhino Gives Birth Kariega Game Reserve is delighted to announce the birth of a rhino calf.
Kariega Game Reserve has announced that poaching survivor, Thandi the rhino, has given birth to a calf this morning at 8h50. The birth was witnessed by two Kariega rangers and shortly afterwards; wildlife veterinarian Dr William Fowlds observed the mother and her calf from a distance. He confirmed that both are doing well.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Wildlife & Conservation
Image: 'Growing Greener Generations' project is launched - inspiring a new generation of green and conscientious-living youth.

Reliance Compost launched their 'Growing Greener Generations’ excursion project this month, a campaign  to inspire a new generation of green and conscientious-living youth.    Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy , Wildlife & Conservation
Image: Second skin graft on poaching survivor Poaching survivor, rhino Thandi, received follow-up treatment and further skin-grafts at Kariega Game Reserve on Monday morning, 22 July 2013
Following her skin graft procedure one month ago, Thandi underwent a follow-up procedure this week in which doctors and surgeons undertook to assess which of the three skin graft methods applied in June had worked best, as well as to apply further grafting treatment.   Read More...

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