NEWS FLASH: Rhino cheapie! Only $3,795 all inclusive

Hello everyone, here is a very special offer for just TWO of our members!  Come with committee members Nia, Steve and myself on a behind-the-scene rhino trip to three of our projects. Guaranteed rhino sightings plus lots of other wildlife, and many interesting conservation people. Here’s where we’re going. Friday...

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Seasons Greetings – Presidents Report

Hello everyone,  last Thursday we staged our annual cricket dinner/auction with our patron, David Gower.  As always, he was outstanding! Thank youDavid for being such a wonderfully gracious, entertaining and stylish guest and patron for the past 20 years and for your so enjoyable speech.   There were 452 members and guests...

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Devastation at Hwange

From our friend Trevor Lane on the situation where elephants and other game have been poached using poisonous chemicals around Hwange National Park. “HWANGE ELEPHANT POISONING There has been a lot of hype, wild speculation, and exaggerated stories on the issue of the poisoning of the elephant. There are some...

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Lion Poachers Sentenced to Two Years

A bit of sad news, last week the anti-poaching team at Save Valley Conservancy found two lions which had been killed by snares. However thanks to Bryce Clemence and his team as well as help from Zimbabwe Police, the culprits were caught and each received 2 years in jail as...

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Progress on the Matabo Fence Project

Last year Save African Rhino Foundation has helped support the Matobo Fence Project bydonating $20,ooo to them, who have recently seen some dramatic progress. This project was designed to help the remaining wildlife population including the region’s last population of white Rhino from human encroachment and activities such as overgrazing,...

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SARF helps with information

As well as helping the rhinos in Zimbabwe, Save African Rhino Foundation also uses its funds to aid other projects globally. Since 2010, Wessa Rhino Initiative, runner up of this year’s Rhino Rescue Award, has spent over R174,000 (AUD$20,000) gathering much needed intelligence. During this time SARF have supported Wessa...

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Cutting Edge Technology

The Save African Rhino Committee have just returned from a successful dehorning operation in Zimbabwe. We have recently began to use some cutting edge technology in the form of a liquid called Chameleon for tracking the rhino’s horn, without harming the animal. Please check out the youtube video below: Our new...

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