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Yes, you can save the rhino!

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Everyone feels powerless in the face of the horrific images and stories about rhino poaching being reported in the news, and the situation is desperate.

But …
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From ‘Problem’ to ‘Grace’

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As Operation Smile ambassador, I attended a mission in Lilongwe, Malawi in July 2013, where some 150 children received life-changing surgery. Operation Smile does corrective facial reconstructions on children …
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The Rhino Wars – It’s time to change the rules of engagement

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Over 3,000 rhinos have been poached since 2008, of which approximately 65% were killed in the Kruger National Park (KNP). The vast majority of the world’s remaining rhino …
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Forgiveness is about giving: inspirational story about Madiba

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I recently had the privilege of attending and speaking at EthicsXchange 2014 in Johannesburg. EthicsXchange is an event that seeks to reconnect us to a moral compass and …
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Now keeping tabs on rhino at Addo is easier

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The MyPlanet Rhino Fund helped Addo Elephant Park purchase an all-terrain vehicle to help with anti-poaching activities.

If you’ve ever visited Addo Elephant Park, you know the …
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#DOT this Youth Day

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#DOT this Youth Day! Support our country’s future by swiping your MySchool card

June 16th is Youth Day in South Africa, a special day that marks a turning …
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Many small acts add up to a BIG difference

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When I suggested we start unique rhino fund under the MyPlanet banner in May 2011, I really believed that if we could get lots people to swipe their …
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Women playing a vital role in anti-poaching efforts

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The Black Mambas are a team of 26 young women between the ages of 18 and 25 years old. They all grew up in the tribal communities adjacent …
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