In follow up to my post on the Chipembere Rhino Foundation of a few weeks back, I have been in communication with their fundraiser regarding their I Will Be Your Voice’ campaign and proposed gala evening at the Mount Nelson Hotel in Cape Town on Saturday, 8 June 2013.

We have caught up on the incredible work that is being done by Chipembere, specifically by Amakhala lodge owner and wildlife vet, Dr Will Fowlds, who will be the guest speaker on the night. He has done incredible work to repair rhino facial injuries after poaching incidents, the bravest of these surviving animals being Thandi who was mutilated at Kariega Game Reserve on 2 March 2012. She is seen here with her healed hornless face and has made a miraculous recovery.

A video worth watching is The Vet’s Dilemma that teaches us more. For details on the fundraiser you can see I Will Be Your Voice. This truly is a way that we can make a real difference.

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