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In under a decade over 9,642 Rhino have been killed in South Africa
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South Africa and Gondwana Game Reserve are home to one of the most critically endangered vegetation types on earth
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GCF Conservation, Education and Training Stories
Unathi Sifanelo is the 2020 recipient of the Gondwana Conservation Foundation’s (GCF) Tertiary Education Fund bursary. The bursary is awarded […]Read More ›
RAINBOW RHINO CHALLENGE World Rhino Day falls in the month of September and to help this magnificent species survive, we […]Read More ›
The Gondwana Conservation Foundation would like to introduce Unathi Sifanelo, who was awarded the GCF 3rd year bursary and internship […]Read More ›
The Four Pillars of Our Foundation
Gondwana Conservation Foundation
Our focus is on the relocation and long term sustainability of Desert Black Rhino, White Rhino, and Cheetah through the provision of habitat and prey species, detailed monitoring, research and anti-poaching training and implementation.
The Southern Cape of South Africa is home to one of the most critically endangered vegetation types on earth - Fynbos.
We strive to annualy provide meaningful Environmental Education for children particularly those with previously disadvantaged backgrounds. We also run yearly Anti-poaching training workshops. We believe that through education and mentorship, greater conservation programs are possible.
The Southern Cape has one of the highest unemployment rates in South Africa. Community upliftment programs will create both environmental awareness in the surrounding community and job creation opportunities.
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.