Conservation Kids 2019

This year (2019) the GCF aims to introduce 240 children from our surrounding communities to conservation through our Conservation Kids Program. During these days we will be inviting 20 of these children to experience a Conservation Kids Camp, in which they will experience what it is like living and working on Gondwana Game Reserve with […]

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Drone Pilot Training

The GCF is focused on making use of the latest technology to make advancements in anti-poaching strategy as well as data collection in conservation. Jolandie Botha of the GCF is currently completing a drone training course which will assist Gondwana’s Ant-Poaching unit in aerial surveillance. The drone will also assist in collecting relevant data for […]

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Anti-poaching Canine school workshop at Camp Charleston

Gondwana recently hosted an Anti-poaching Canine school workshop at Camp Charleston and we had the privilege of witnessing some of the training first hand.  Members of Gondwana game reserves field ranger team as well as other teams from different reserves in the area took part in this training. Dogs are known as a man’s best friend, […]

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Conservation Kids Day 2018

180 learners joined the GCF on Gondwana Game Reserve for an environmental education day. The day was filled with activities that gave the learners a better understanding of conservation and what it means to conserve our natural heritage. Activities included, removing black wattle from the property, and understanding the importance and impact that wattle has […]

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GCF, Riding to Save Rhino – Cape Pioneer Trek

The poaching of Rhino in Southern Africa, and in South Africa in particular, has been increasing exponentially over the past five years. In 2013 more rhino were killed than born. To combat this increase in poaching incidents, the Gondwana Conservation Foundation launched the Rainbow Rhino Initiative. The GCF’s Rainbow Rhino Initiative has 3 tactical approaches […]

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“Zulu Warriors” needed to assist in our cheetah re-wilding program

Help us Spread the Word and Conserve our Natural Heritage The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) has recently adopted a beautiful male cheetah called Zulu. Zulu was orphaned at a young age and raised by a loving family in their home on a game reserve in Kwa-Zulu Natal. The family that raised him realised that he […]

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A short update on Zera, our beautiful cheetah with the large amber eyes

Zera is the beginning of the Gondwana Conservation Foundation’s (GCF) cheetah rewilding program. It is estimated that only 35 wild cheetah exist in the Western Cape. Zera is an adult female Cheetah we acquired in June 2016 and her story epitomises the challenges her species faces and the motivation we have every day to contribute […]

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