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Nandi and Storm, Return to the wild

Nandi and Storm, Return to the wild

We have exciting news to share. Two of our rhino orphans at the Zululand Rhino Orphanage, Nandi and Storm, are ready to return to a life in the wild. This is a very proud time for all of us at the Zululand Conservation Trust and Zululand Rhino Orphanage. A TOUGH START... READ MORE
What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

On this auspicious day in the history of the Zululand Rhino Reserve Foundation now renamed the Zululand Conservation Trust, I as a founder trustee of the ‘foundation’ found myself pondering thoughts of Where have we come from, What have we achieved The reasons for... READ MORE
Moomins Move

Moomins Move

Little Moomin was found on Kwandwe Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape in July 2017. She was found huddled up next to her dead mother’s body. It is unknown why Moomins mother passed away but she left behind a little 3-month-old calf. The team at Kwandwe... READ MORE
Rhino Art

Rhino Art

The Zululand Conservation Trust had the recent privilege of accompanying Richard Mabanga, the face of Rhino Art, into our neighbouring communities in an effort to reach out to the youth and educate them on the importance of Rhino. Rhino Art – Let the... READ MORE
100 Christmas Wishes Come True

100 Christmas Wishes Come True

The Zululand Conservation Trust built and supports two creches in our neighbouring communities. Between the two crèche, we care for about 61 children between the ages of 2-7. At the end of each school year, we treat the children to a fun Christmas party with sweets,... READ MORE
Uzwelo School Bag Handout

Uzwelo School Bag Handout

Participants in our 2016 Rhino Ride not only aided the Zululand Conservation Trusts conservation efforts this year but also supported our community by pledging Uzwelo school bags. Almost 600 little bodies lined up in their grades, pushing and squealing in excitement... READ MORE