Conservation

  • Conservation

    Khetha gives Budding Conservationists a Voice

    In villages on Kruger’s western boundary, a chorus of young voices is poised to echo the hopes and aspirations of future conservation leaders. Among them is Grade 12 learner Dzunani Nyathi who has his sights set on becoming a wildlife vet. Nyathi was inspired by his grandfather, a former ranger at Manyeleti Game Reserve, wedged between the Sabi Sands and Timbavati game parks. These reserves are abundant in wildlife, including the Big Five, cheetahs, wild dogs, hyenas, giraffes, zebras, and many antelope and bird species.In Xitsonga, Manyeleti means “The Place of Stars”. It is here, at Dayimani High School in the Hlalakahle village near Welverdiend, that Nyati hopes to excel…