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Jeremy & Emma Borg crossed paths at Lloyd's Camp, Botswana. It was here they got married under an acacia tree.

They established Painted Wolf Wines in 2007, since then have traveled extensively to spread the word about our wonderful wines & the painted wolves the wines support.

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JOHANNESBURG – Rhino Revolution: Searching for new solutions book launch

April 10 @ 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm

We will be pouring wines at this event at the Johannesburg Country Club

Please join the EWT and Jacana Media for a fascinating evening as we launch an incredible new book, written by EWT founder, Clive Walker, and his son Anton. This not-to-be-missed event will see Clive in conversation with Yolan Friedmann, EWT CEO, about this wonderful book, and his adventures in conservation.

While the belief continues to persist that the enemy lies elsewhere, in Southeast Asia, how is South Africa going to sustain the cost of securing rhino? The Walkers believe that the problem actually lies in South Africa’s own backyard. This book discusses corruption and the criminal justice system, the need for more community engagement and the costs of protection. It also looks at how far we have come since the rhino wars in the 1980s and the rhino trade debate.

We have to shift from the negative to an element of the positive. People are tired of seeing dead and dying rhino. There is some optimism due to the excellent work being undertaken by the state and the private sector at many levels in security, tourism, community involvement and environmental education, as well as NGO support.

Rhino Revolution testifies to the many people doing just that. The rhino war in South Africa has entered its 10th year, and last year saw 662 rhino killed in Kruger alone – and over 1,000 in total for South Africa. Clive and Anton Walker, authors of the bestselling Rhino Keepers (2012), have once again come up with a fresh, new look at the ongoing rhino crisis. With magnificent photographs and afterwords by John Hanks and Yolan Friedmann.

Copies of the book will be on sale on the evening, and Clive will be available to sign books after the talk.

 

RSVP: 6 April 2018

Please note: Dinner reservations need to be booked and paid for in advance by the RSVP deadline.

18:00 for 18:30 (please note the slightly earlier start than usual, to allow for book signings)
Dinner to be served at 20:30
Dress Code – Smart Casual {no shorts, t-shirts or slops}
Country Club Johannesburg, Auckland Park
1 Napier Road, Auckland Park

THE COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERS

CCJ Members RSVP to Cathy Robertson on 011 710 6421 or email cathy here
Charges will be made to your Club Account
CCJ Members – Talk only R80 pp ~or~ Talk + Dinner R265 pp

EWT MEMBERS & NON-MEMBERS

RSVP to this email or 011 372 3600 – Extension: 112
EWT Members:  Talk Only R80 pp ~or~ Talk + Dinner R265 pp
Non-Members:  Talk Only R105 pp ~or~ Talk + Dinner R290 pp
DINNER – R185 pp

PROOF OF PAYMENT : EWT MEMBERS & NON-MEMBERS

In order to confirm your booking, please email proof of payment to this address or
fax 011 608 4682

Payments may be made to the following account:
Endangered Wildlife Trust
First National Bank, Rosebank
Acc. No. 50371564219
Branch Code. 25 33 05
REF: Name + EWT Talk

Details

Date:
April 10
Time:
6:00 pm - 10:30 pm
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Organizers

Endangered Wildlife Trust
Country Club Johannesburg

Venue

Country Club Johannesburg
1 Napier Road, Auckland Park
Johannesburg, Gauteng 2006 South Africa
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Phone:
011710640
Website:
htthecountryclub.co.za