29 July 2015
BLACK MAMBA'S WIN AT 2015 RHINO AWARDS!
Since 2012 the annual Rhino Conservation Awards have served to recognise the remarkable individuals and organisations that protect Africa’s rhino population.
The Black Mamba APU was founded in 2013 to protect the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve from Poaching and has since expanded to cover the entire Balule area, 400km². They were nominated for the category Best Conservation Practitioner of the year. This category includes any person who is working full-time in the conservation field and fighting rhino poaching through protected area management, intelligence gathering and strategic anti-poaching operation management.
Amy Clark of Olifants West Nature Reserve team says "We are extremely proud of our ladies and would to thank everyone for your continued support. As you all know times have been very hard lately, but we will continue to fight back and move forward!!"
HI-TEC SPORTS SUPPORTS THE BLACK MAMBA TEAM
HI-TEC Sports has made a concerted effort in spreading the awareness of the importance of Rhino Protection Every single pair of HI-TEC shoes bears the Protect the Rhino's Swing tag and considerable donation to the Black Mamba Group kitting them from head to toe in HI-TEC gear
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