Rhino in CrisisDocumentary Film Premiere: Rhino in Crisis: A Blueprint for Survival
18h30 until 22h30

Fern Theatre, Fern Hill Hotel
COST
: R50 FOR PIZZA AND POPCORN EVENING
A CASH BAR WILL BE AVAILABLE
DONATIONS TOWARDS RHINO CONSERVATION ARE WELCOME

Rhino in Crisis: A Blueprint for Survival is a 90-minute documentary that traces the history of wildlife conservation in southern Africa from the time of the San people to the present day. Interviews with 23 different experts in their field are woven together to wrestle with the critical issues: sustainable use, protectionism, trade bans, threat of extinction and the place of rural indigenous communities in the overall equation.

There is a solution to the current rhino crisis and one that, if implemented, will have far-reaching consequences across the African continent and beyond.

Join us to hear the voices of Dr Bandile Mkhize (CEO, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife), Dr Michael Norton-Griffiths (Kenyan Wildlife Economist), Prof Brian Child (University of Florida), Prof John Hanks, Chief Ephraim Mhaule of the Nkambeni people, Mr Mhlolo Mathabela (Amashangana Traditional Council), Ms Constance Khosa (Rhino Ambassador), Mr Gary Ralfe (past Managing Director, De Beers Central Selling Organisation), Dr George Hughes (past CEO, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife), Dr Gert Dry (President, Wildlife Ranching South Africa), Dr Ian Player (Operation Rhino), Mr Rahman Devduth (Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife), Ms Pamela Cele (Resource Africa), Prof John Donaldson (Chairman, SANBI), Mr John Hulme, Mr Pelham Jones (Chairman, Private Rhino Owners Association), Prof Rowan Martin (past Deputy Director, Zimbabwe National Parks), Mr Jujak Khosa (Rhino Ambassador), Prof Shane Mahoney (IUCN), Mr Jullian Sturgeon (Executive Director, Resource Africa), Mr Michael ‘t Sas-Rolfes (Wildlife Economist), Mr Michael Eustace (Asset Manager) and Mr Chris Schalkwyk (General Manager, Nkambeni Safari Camp).

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