Wildlife photo competition

Wildlife photo competition

Here’s one for all the amateur wildlife photographers out there! We’re giving away a mixed case of Rhino Run wine to the best wildlife pic posted on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts. The competition closes on 24 February, so don’t delay. Head over there...

Rhino Art in action

Van Loveren Wines and their partner Royal Rhino has teamed up with the Rhino Art team for the roll out of a youth art conservation initiative aimed at schools. The initiative was started to give young people a voice against poaching by using their art. The aim is to...
Is 2016 a good year for our rhinos?

Is 2016 a good year for our rhinos?

In the month of September the Minister of Environmental Affairs (DEA), Edna Molewa, revealed to the public that there are promising signs that rhino poaching is on a downward trend in the year of 2016. This statement resulted from the most recent statistics gathered...
The DNA of rhino conservation

The DNA of rhino conservation

Forensic science is key to help protect rhinos and other wildlife under siege, believes Dr Cindy Harper. Harper, who heads up the Onderstepoort Veterinary Genetics Laboratory at the University of Pretoria, has been instrumental in doing DNA profiling of rhinos and...
Let there be rhinos, let there be art

Let there be rhinos, let there be art

In a bid to ignite more public support for rhino protection Van Loveren Wines now backs an arts initiative aimed at children. Van Loveren Wines and their partner Royal Rhino has teamed up with the Rhino Art team for the roll out of a youth art conservation initiative...
Taking care of the survivors

Taking care of the survivors

By Jorisna Bonthuys Dr. Johan Marais knows the ugly face of rhino poaching all too well. He is one of the veterinarians involved in taking care of the survivors. Marais, one of the founding members of Saving the Survivors, is regarded as one of the best rhino surgeons...