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  • You can help put a stop to the killing

    In under a decade over 9,642 Rhino have been killed in South Africa

    Get involved in the GCFs Rainbow Rhino Initiative which combats poaching

    Rainbow Rhino initiative Make a Donation
  • South Africa and Gondwana Game Reserve are home to one of the most critically endangered vegetation types on earth

    Fynbos

    Your donations will fund the rehabilitation and promotion of biodiversity for critically endangered ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom.

    Endangered Vegetation MAKE A DONATION
  • Strategical Alien Removal Programme

    SARP

    The GCF-SARP focuses mainly on the removal of Black wattle as this is one of the most invasive species in the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The long-term goal is to eradicate all Alien Invasive Vegetation in the Southern cape of South Africa.

    More about SARP

The Four Pillars of Our Foundation

Gondwana Conservation Foundation

Endangered Wildlife

Endangered Wildlife

The GCF’s habitat restoration and management activities, are fundamental to its conservation of key endangered species such as rhino, bontebok, Cape mountain zebra and cheetah in the Western Cape. The GCF are contributing to halting biodiversity loss, which is a key objective.

Endangered Vegetation

Endangered Vegetation

The GCF’s work in restoring degraded habitats and implementing sustainable land management practices can contribute to the restoration of biodiversity for all ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The Cape Floristic Kingdom is the smallest and most critically endangered of all the floristic kingdoms and has been classified as world heritage site.

Social Impact

Social Impact

The GCF’s focus on education and outreach, as well as its partnerships with local communities to engage and empower local communities in biodiversity conservation. The GCF’s approach to conservation recognizes the importance of ecosystem services for human well-being, and its conservation activities can contribute to enhancing these services.

Biodiversity Restoration

Biodiversity Restoration

The GCF’s strategy can contribute to achieving the goals and objectives of addressing the underlying drivers of biodiversity loss, promoting habitat restoration and species conservation and integrating different sectors in biodiversity conservation efforts.

GCF Conservation, Education and Training Stories

Latest News

Satyrium muticum

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

GCF’S SPIDER WOMAN!

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

Flowering fynbos July 2023

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

We welcome Matthew Kingma to the GCF as our GCF Biomonitoring assistant.

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to the
conservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation relevant to the Southern Cape of South Africa.

  • You can help put a stop to the killing

    In under a decade over 9,642 Rhino have been killed in South Africa

    Get involved in the GCFs Rainbow Rhino Initiative which combats poaching

    Rainbow Rhino initiative Make a Donation
  • South Africa and Gondwana Game Reserve are home to one of the most critically endangered vegetation types on earth

    Fynbos

    Your donations will fund the rehabilitation and promotion of biodiversity for critically endangered ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom.

    Endangered Vegetation MAKE A DONATION
  • Strategical Alien Removal Programme

    SARP

    The GCF-SARP focuses mainly on the removal of Black wattle as this is one of the most invasive species in the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The long-term goal is to eradicate all Alien Invasive Vegetation in the Southern cape of South Africa.

    More about SARP
  • You can help put a stop to the killing

    In under a decade over 9,642 Rhino have been killed in South Africa

    Get involved in the GCFs Rainbow Rhino Initiative which combats poaching

    Rainbow Rhino initiative Make a Donation
  • South Africa and Gondwana Game Reserve are home to one of the most critically endangered vegetation types on earth

    Fynbos

    Your donations will fund the rehabilitation and promotion of biodiversity for critically endangered ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom.

    Endangered Vegetation MAKE A DONATION
  • Strategical Alien Removal Programme

    SARP

    The GCF-SARP focuses mainly on the removal of Black wattle as this is one of the most invasive species in the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The long-term goal is to eradicate all Alien Invasive Vegetation in the Southern cape of South Africa.

    More about SARP

The Four Pillars of Our Foundation

Gondwana Conservation Foundation

Endangered Wildlife

Endangered Wildlife

The GCF’s habitat restoration and management activities, are fundamental to its conservation of key endangered species such as rhino, bontebok, Cape mountain zebra and cheetah in the Western Cape. The GCF are contributing to halting biodiversity loss, which is a key objective.

Endangered Vegetation

Endangered Vegetation

The GCF’s work in restoring degraded habitats and implementing sustainable land management practices can contribute to the restoration of biodiversity for all ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The Cape Floristic Kingdom is the smallest and most critically endangered of all the floristic kingdoms and has been classified as world heritage site.

Social Impact

Social Impact

The GCF’s focus on education and outreach, as well as its partnerships with local communities to engage and empower local communities in biodiversity conservation. The GCF’s approach to conservation recognizes the importance of ecosystem services for human well-being, and its conservation activities can contribute to enhancing these services.

Biodiversity Restoration

Biodiversity Restoration

The GCF’s strategy can contribute to achieving the goals and objectives of addressing the underlying drivers of biodiversity loss, promoting habitat restoration and species conservation and integrating different sectors in biodiversity conservation efforts.

GCF Conservation, Education and Training Stories

Latest News

Satyrium muticum

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

GCF’S SPIDER WOMAN!

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

Flowering fynbos July 2023

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

We welcome Matthew Kingma to the GCF as our GCF Biomonitoring assistant.

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to the
conservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation relevant to the Southern Cape of South Africa.

  • You can help put a stop to the killing

    In under a decade over 9,642 Rhino have been killed in South Africa

    Get involved in the GCFs Rainbow Rhino Initiative which combats poaching

    Rainbow Rhino initiative Make a Donation
  • South Africa and Gondwana Game Reserve are home to one of the most critically endangered vegetation types on earth

    Fynbos

    Your donations will fund the rehabilitation and promotion of biodiversity for critically endangered ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom.

    Endangered Vegetation MAKE A DONATION
  • Strategical Alien Removal Programme

    SARP

    The GCF-SARP focuses mainly on the removal of Black wattle as this is one of the most invasive species in the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The long-term goal is to eradicate all Alien Invasive Vegetation in the Southern cape of South Africa.

    More about SARP

The Four Pillars of Our Foundation

Gondwana Conservation Foundation

Endangered Wildlife

Endangered Wildlife

The GCF’s habitat restoration and management activities, are fundamental to its conservation of key endangered species such as rhino, bontebok, Cape mountain zebra and cheetah in the Western Cape. The GCF are contributing to halting biodiversity loss, which is a key objective.

Endangered Vegetation

Endangered Vegetation

The GCF’s work in restoring degraded habitats and implementing sustainable land management practices can contribute to the restoration of biodiversity for all ecosystems within the Cape Floristic Kingdom. The Cape Floristic Kingdom is the smallest and most critically endangered of all the floristic kingdoms and has been classified as world heritage site.

Social Impact

Social Impact

The GCF’s focus on education and outreach, as well as its partnerships with local communities to engage and empower local communities in biodiversity conservation. The GCF’s approach to conservation recognizes the importance of ecosystem services for human well-being, and its conservation activities can contribute to enhancing these services.

Biodiversity Restoration

Biodiversity Restoration

The GCF’s strategy can contribute to achieving the goals and objectives of addressing the underlying drivers of biodiversity loss, promoting habitat restoration and species conservation and integrating different sectors in biodiversity conservation efforts.

GCF Conservation, Education and Training Stories

Latest News

Satyrium muticum

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

GCF’S SPIDER WOMAN!

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

Flowering fynbos July 2023

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

We welcome Matthew Kingma to the GCF as our GCF Biomonitoring assistant.

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to theconservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation […]

Read More

The Gondwana Conservation Foundation (GCF) is a non profit organisation contributing to the
conservation of threatened and endangered wildlife and vegetation relevant to the Southern Cape of South Africa.