""It is only my pleasure to thank you as Timbavati Foundation for offering me this bursary to study as a field ranger. I am happy in a way which I am failing to explain. But as much as I am happy also owe you some effort. I will try my best to make sure that I make you proud, as much as I can"
A Timbavati Foundation success story of a very dynamic, enthusiastic and passionate young lady who has started her own Adventure Gaza Community Development group. Tshego's group comprises of 3 different age groups and she involves these children in doing traditional dances, as well as clean-ups in their community, and conservation matters
This imposing and long-living tree- one has been carbon dated at over a thousand years old- does unfortunately have an Achilles’ heel, for it is not resistant to fire and once alight blazes away to complete destruction.
The common name derives from the very distinctive knob-studded trunk and branches, each individual knob being tipped with a hooked thorn. While this is very obvious on the trunks of younger trees, it becomes less so with age and is usually absent altogether in large, mature knob thorns.
Wildlands Conservation Trust in partnership with K2C biosphere region working together with The Timbavati Foundation, Global White Lions Protection Trust, Nourish and Klaserie Children’s Eco training were having a citizen day