Rhino Poaching Down But For How Long?

Thu, 28 May 2020

South Africa’s Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, Barbara Creecy has announced in a statement that the country has experienced a significant decline in rhino poaching since the COVID-19 related lockdown was imposed. But how Long will this good news Last?

Read More


Tue, 14 April 2020

#BeMoreRhino is an interactive programme of activities for everyone to do at home to learn more about rhinos and rhino conservation.

Read More

UK Band Crimson Medici Record Special Song for Rhino

Wed, 08 April 2020

UK Electro duo Crimson Medici release special recording of their song ‘Survivor’ with all proceeds donated to Helping Rhinos

Read More

Mthetho's 1st Birthday

Thu, 02 April 2020

Last year Helping Rhinos reported the birth of Mthetho in the Kariega Game Reserve on South Africa’s Eastern Cape. The birth of Mthetho was all the more poignant given that he was the third calf of poaching survivor Thandi. Today we celebrate Mthetho’s 1st birthday.

Read More

Spring Talk 2020 Postponed

Mon, 16 March 2020

The Helping Rhinos Spring Talk 2020 has been postponed until Thursday 23rd July due to the impact of the COIVID-19 global pandemic

Read More

Meet Rhino Orphan 'Zimi'

Thu, 12 March 2020

Get to know rhino orphan Zimi, who was rescued and taken to the Zululand Rhino Orphanage where she will be cared for until she is big enough and strong enough to return to the wild.

Read More

Introducing Lindy Sutherland

Mon, 24 February 2020

Lindy Sutherland took over directorship of The Kariega Foundation in 2017 out of a desire to contribute to the sustainable conservation of wildlife and the upliftment of local communities. Kariega Game Reserve is surrounded by impoverished African communities, but Lindy and the Reserve are changing all that. Lindy's commitment is a positive example of what can be achieved.

Read More

One step closer to a future for the northern white rhino

Fri, 21 February 2020

In a bid to save a species, a team of conservationists, vets and scientists have undertaken egg harvesting from two female northern white rhino in a bid to ensure the future of the species. These two females are the last northern white rhino left on

Read More

Introducing Siseko Mayinje - Anti-Poaching Pilot

Tue, 18 February 2020

Siseko Mayinje was born and raised in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa. Following a chance meeting and subsequently securing a private sponsorship, Siseko studied for a Diploma in Nature Conservation and has now qualified as a commercial fixed wing pilot, flying an anti-poaching patrol in the area he grew up in.

Read More

Introducing Dr William Fowlds - Wildlife Vet and Rhino Hero

Thu, 13 February 2020

Hear Dr William Fowlds speak in London as he gives his personal testimony of the brutal reality of poaching from a hands-on perspective, as well as sharing the efforts to bring back rhino from the brink of death with his pioneering veterinary care. These emotional accounts have highlighted to the world the tragedy befalling rhino and other endangered species.

Read More