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WWF South AfricaWWF South Africa is a national office that is part of the WWF network. We are a local NGO that for 50 years has worked towards the aim of inspiring all South Africans to live in harmony with nature, for the benefit of our country and the well-being of all our people.
Black Rhino Range Expansion ProjectAs part of a long-term strategy, WWF runs the Black Rhino Range Expansion Project (BRREP) aimed at increasing growth rate and numbers of the critically endangered species. We work with private and community landholders as well as state conservation agencies to identify large blocks of land on which to establish new black rhino populations.
Department of National Parks and WildlifeAfrican Parks and Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) have been working closely together to rehabilitate habitat and restore biodiversity to the country’s parks since 2003, when a public-private partnership was formed for the management of Majete. African Parks subsequently assumed management of Liwonde, the adjoining Mangochi Forest Reserve, and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in partnership with DNPW following the successful track record achieved in Majete.
Ezemvelo KZN WildlifeEzemvelo KZN Wildlife is credited with bringing the white rhino back from the brink of extinction in the mid twentieth century. They pioneered techniques to capture and move rhinos to form new populations which then successfully bred.
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