how sick and low can mankind be ….we must stand up and stop this go to poachedrhino Facebook page to see the utter despair we are feeling , please donate and help us to stop the needless slaughter Spread the word…
A roaring success! That’s the verdict of both the organisers and attendees of the ‘Wild in Africa Rhino Ball’ that took place in aid of the Poached Rhino charity in the town hall on 7th February 2015. No fewer than 134 guests attended and really got into the spirit of the event by taking the black tie / safari dress code to creative highs.
South Africa is slowing the rate of increase in rhino poaching and is considering advocating the legalizing of rhino-horn trade to stop the killing of the animals, according to the Department of Environmental Affairs. “As government we believe if we hadn’t made the interventions that we did we’d probably be seeing the rhino population going toward extinction maybe in the next few years,” Rose
South Africa will remain at the centre of the rhino crisis and trade debate because it carries over 80% of the Worlds surviving rhino population. The sun is setting and you are sitting by a water hole. In the distance you see a puff of air, warm and made visible against the cool night breeze. As you watch, slowly she walks towards you. She
Poached rhino had a gala evening with 50 guests at The Salmon Bar in Franschhoek , hosted by new owners David & Sarah MacGinty. A fun eving was had by all including raffle and auction prizes, with R18000 net proceeds raised on the night. We would like to thank all who helped and our sponsotrs who made the evening possible and a huge sucess.
On Bastille weekend in Franschhoek. We held a competition for the photograph of our rhino in Bijou Square which got the most likes on facebook. We also had a business card draw , more details to follow. The lucky winner has the opportunity of seeing the progress of “pride” at our first project ( see project page) The prizes were kindly donated by the
Excellent news! A rhino poacher in South Africa has been sentenced to 77 years in prison for his role in killing three rhino calves in Kruger National Park. This is one of the heaviest sentences aimed at curbing the illegal poaching of the South African Iconic rhino. He was also convicted for the murder of his accomplice who was killed in a shoot-out with
He is now standing in Bijou Square, Franschhoek. We are also selling advertising space, see logos. If you are interested in promotong yuour Company then please email us. For more pictures – see poached rhino facebook page. Spread the word…
We are fully established in the UK and in South Africa, for total transparancy we have sent all our relevant information for our inclusion in the National database. The South African Enviromental department has invited all NPOs, NGOs, businesses and individuals involved in raising awareness or funding to address rhino poaching to register with the department by e-mailing relevant name, contacts and project details to Ms Olga