rhinos

Play Your Part episode 11: Get involved

You can get involved with Dex Kotze, Carol Bouwer and Tony Gum, the guests on Play Your Part episode 11, here: Brand South Africa reporter Dex...

Put Foot is putting African children on the road to success with new shoes

A South African charity is taking on the challenge of making sure underprivileged children across the continent have at least one good pair of...

Go on safari with South African ranger and vlogger

South African freelance ranger Ryno Erasmus is taking his job to a new level by educating people about wildlife on YouTube. He introduced his...

South African cycles across Africa for rhinos

It was a milestone for John Stanford when he reached Cape Town. He had just cycled more than 15 000km from London. His aim on the arduous journey was to raise awareness and funds for anti-poaching rhino initiatives in South Africa and abroad.
South African cycles across Africa for rhinos

South African cycles across Africa for rhinos

It was a milestone for John Stanford when he reached Cape Town. He had just cycled more than 15 000km from London. His aim on the arduous journey was to raise awareness and funds for anti-poaching rhino initiatives in South Africa and abroad.

South African sisters ride for rhinos

South Africa and Vietnam are the key countries involved in the supply and demand sides of the rhino trade, respectively. And two Cape Town sisters are cycling a grueling 6 000km across Southeast Asia targeting schools and students with a message to stop buying rhino horn.

South African child saves rhinos

An eight-year-old girl has raised funds through making and selling chocolates for efforts to save rhinos from poachers. Her efforts bore fruit when, working with the Sanparks Honorary Rangers, two trained sniffer dogs were given to the Ranger Corps in Marakele National Park.

Relocating rhino to create new breeding populations

Nineteen black rhino have been released at an undisclosed location in South Africa under WWF South Africa's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project to create a new breeding population of the critically endangered animals.

Women of the Black Mambas take on poachers

A group of South African women who are part of an anti-poaching unit are not afraid to man-up in a nature reserve. The Black Mambas are well-trained bobbies on the beat in the Olifants West Nature Reserve, and their success can be seen in the massive drop in snaring.

Miller and Duminy: biff bang pow

In their opening World Cup match against Zimbabwe, the Proteas' David Miller and JP Duminy made a couple of records in what Britain's Ebony Rainford-Brent called "some of the best hitting I've ever seen". It was an unbeaten partnership that rescued South Africa and will not be soon forgotten.