Breakfast aids rhino conservation

2017-08-15 06:02
Charmaine Jones, Sahron Timm, Bev Bolton Zbinden and Anthea Dreenspan.Photo: kalisha naicker

Charmaine Jones, Sahron Timm, Bev Bolton Zbinden and Anthea Dreenspan.Photo: kalisha naicker

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WAYNE Bolton cycled by mountain bike from Nelson Mandela Bay through KZN to the Mozambique border connecting 21 private and provincial game reserves drawing attention to the important role the reserves play in conserving our natural heritage and raising awareness and funds for rhino conservation.

His journey started at Kragga Kamma Game Park in Nelson Mandela Bay on July 1 and finished at Tembe on the Mozambique border on August 1.
On August 2 Bolton cycled from The Wilderness Leadership School to Sun Sibaya with John Smit, the former Springbok captain to raise funds for One Land Love It (Olli) beneficiary, Care for Wild Africa – a rhino orphanage in need of support.

Sibaya hosted a breakfast in aid of the cause as well.
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