The current poaching epidemic continues despite strong initiatives and the allocation of substantial resources by both the state and private sector. GKEPF

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GKEPF, along with the Participating Reserves,  have established strategic alliances with South African National Parks – specifically the Kruger National Park (KNP), The Peace Parks Foundation (PPF) and The Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC).

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Collaboration with stakeholders and partners, constant monitoring and action, as well as, planning for future challenges, protects rhino now and for future generations. You can help too. Donate today.

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Daily Maverick Pangolin Trafficking

November 9th, 2019|Categories: Media, News|

A policy document has been released that assesses gaps in the strategies and policies used to protect the most trafficked mammal in the world — the pangolin. "At least 40 per cent of the world’s economy and 80 per cent of the needs of the poor are derived from [...]

Skukuza Court convicts and sentences poachers

August 20th, 2019|Categories: Media, News|

South African National Parks (SANParks) released a media article detailing the sentencing of three poachers at the Skukuza Regional Court this week. The cost of security and protecting rhinos in private nature reserves are extremely high, especially when compared to the average lifestyle of people living on the border [...]

Daily Maverick CITES Updates

August 16th, 2019|Categories: Media, News|

"The world’s surviving rhinos may be in a worse state than South African government figures are willing to admit. With the planet’s biggest conservation meeting kicking off this weekend, our last chance to save the species may be about to slip through our fingers." What we can expect from [...]