Some of the children of Wenverdiend Primary Schhol had never had the privilege of wearing their own shoes before.
An exciting project that helps unemployed residents of local communities as well as their environment is getting off the ground.
The Timbavati Foundation and The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) in partnership with A ROCHA South Africa and Responsible Tourism Foundation hosted a debate on Rhino anti-poaching.
Foster,a local resident, got the community living in his area involved in a special initiative to clean up the environment.
To demonstrate what K2C biosphere is all about Letitia Brits created a special painting.
The Kruger to Canyon Biosphere Region held its year - end function, Environmental Monitors day, at Swadini on 2nd December 2013.
Vukosi and Marshine, students that attented the Environmental School, received their certificates from the SAW College.
The new Environmental School opens in January 2014 and veryone is hard at work with the new nettedgarden, assembling of tables, beds, cupboards etc.
On 16 May 2012, the new Phelwana Clinic in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve was officially opened by Alois Adlkofer who kindly made his land available for the clinic.
On 6 Sept 2014, Acornhoek schools got together for an exciting day of competition in the netball and soccer tournaments sponsored by the Timbavati Foundation.
Early one Saturday morning 14 excited young learners from Makwetse Primary School were brought to the Environmental School to meet 4 students from the MERENSKY High School in Tzaneen.
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