Clive Stockil and I have travelled from Senuko and are again in Harare, together with other Conservancy members, for meetings with Government and all interested parties, to gain resolution on final indigenisation from Government. Today is another step in the positive direction towards a sustainable Conservation solution, a way to get ‘back to business’ , a way to develop tourism, pay staff and field scouts, all towards the protection of our precious ecosystem which includes rhinos and African wild dogs. Save Valley Conservancy is recognized as a vital annexe to the Gonarezhou National Park and Malilangwe Wildlife reserve, within the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, (GLTFCA).
“White rhino wandering” – oil on canvas by Lin Barrie
Tusk Trust supports the Save Valley Conservancy, read some history here:
Forty-nine black rhinoceros were translocated to what is now the Savé Valley Conservancy (SVC) in the south east lowveld of Zimbabwe. The rhino translocation …