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In The Game Industry

Buffel Koeie & Verse TE KOOP - Kruger bloedlyn (2:5)
BUFFALO females
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Swartwitpensverse GESOEK / Sable heifers WANTED
SABLES
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Njala teelgroep TE KOOP - 8 diere (1:6+1)
NJALA
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Buffel PAKKET te koop - Thabazimbi
BUFFALO Package
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Buffel Verse te koop
BUFFALO heifers
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How to stop Rhino Poaching?

This is my final submission to Parliament. It has to replace my first submission named "Radical Rhino Rescue Plan" because this new document is more concise and is in line with my powerpoint presentation which I gave to the portfolio committee on the 26th January 2012. Thank you for your efforts and carry on the good work.  

Best regards, Wilhelm Schack

OUR MISSION is to concentrate and make available the best knowledge and experience in wildlife management and to guide national and international investment to the enhancement and development of assets, thereby contributing significantly to local and international economies with emphasis on the stakes of the people of Africa


The company EKO WILD was established in 1991 under the name ECOSYSTEMS PROJECTS CC. The current trade name came in use in 2000 as a more accurate description of the nature of our business, namely a wildlife services company.

The service base is fairly broad, dealing with various aspects of wildlife management on game reserves and game ranches, but tasks are shared by all the co-workers of the company, each focusing on his/her specific field of expertise.

The company is based in Thabazimbi, Limpopo Province, South Africa. The area is an up and coming wildlife destination with many thousands of local and overseas guests visiting it annually. With the Thabazimbi Bush veld as backdrop, services are rendered to any reserve, park or lodge anywhere in South Africa.