Transitional Period

To our faithful Rhino Club members.

As we are currently in a bit of a transitional period, we have decided to bring the loyalty club into the fold of Ezemvelo, and thus this blog will be discontinued in the medium term, as all the information here is moved across to the main Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife website at

For a long time many comments we have had was that it was peculiar that there was so little info on the main Ezemvelo website, so this is an attempt to address that as we make some changes for the better. We trust that everyone enjoyed the most recent e-news.

We will keep you posted.



The Ventures Group (TVG), partners and sponsors of the 2014 World Youth Rhino Summit, will be hosting the Winter Youth Rhino Summit at Seula Zimbili from 2 – 5 July.

An exciting and busy four-day Summit programme awaits the 2015 Rhino Warriors.


 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr William Fowlds (World renowned Wildlife Vet)
 Dr. Leonardo Simão (Joaquim Chissano Foundation – Combatting rhino poaching in Mozambique and the importance of community upliftment)
 Nigel Morgan (Focus Africa Foundation – Role of actionable intelligence in the war on poaching)
 David Bozas (Lawrence Anthony Earth Organisation – Community Engagement)
 Chris Laubscher (Generating Political Will: How to lobby local politicians to effect change)
 Sheelagh Antrobus (Project Rhino KZN Co-Ordinator – The importance of collaboration in the war on poaching and wildlife crime) 

– Entertainment by Maskandi musicians Qadasi & Maqhinga and the Lesedi Cultural team
– Fireside chat with Kingsley Holgate
– Rhino Olympics
– Tree planting & Alien Weed Eradication near a local game reserve
– Team building activities – get to know your fellow Rhino Warriors!

Four Indabas that encourage lively debate on critical issues will encourage and equip delegates to become knowledgeable Wildlife Ambassadors and provide the tools and actions needed to speak out against rhino poaching and wildlife crime. #LetOurVoicesBeHeard! 

Seula Zimbili is TVG’s well established Youth Adventure Camp. 
– Only 85km north of Durban and 100km South of Richards Bay.
– Situated on the banks of the Tugela River next to the Harold Johnson’s nature reserve.
– Excellent on site facilities include the dining hall, activity hall and a swimming pool.
– Adventure structures include an abseil site, fuffi slides, low and high ropes courses and a climbing wall.
– Seula has comfortable, rustic dormitory accommodation for up to 200 learners.
Visit for more details.

 Download Registration Form here or get in touch with Samantha or (031) 701 – 2845

Loyalty Manager for Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

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As I embark on my retirement on 29 May 2015, I send my warmest wishes to all our loyal Rhino club and Kids Club members. Thank you for the years of support, empathy and understanding, throughout the evolving of our Loyalty Programme! Your participation, constructive feedback and suggestions have helped make the Loyalty Club a resounding success and I hope that you will continue to support  Kay, Nomfundo and Lungile, who remain in the Loyalty Office.

Gwynne Howells

Loyalty Manager for Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife


Leatherbacks and other Specials – June, July, August 2015

SOME GREAT SAVINGS –June,July, August 2015

(Terms and Conditions Apply)


  • RHINO CLUB benefits to note:
    If your main destination is iSimangaliso, please remember that the expiry date for the current Rhino Card iSimangaliso benefits is 31 May 2016.
  • You can purchase or renew your Rhino Gold card for a period of one year at a cost of R250 per person / R 230 per person over 60 yrs of age (valid from the date of payment)
  • To renew your Rhino Club membership CONTACT OUR HELPDESK ON 033 8451008/1009 or or via

IMPORTANT: All Terms and Conditions apply to LEATHERBACKS AND SPECIAL OFFERS, so make sure you ask the booking consultant about these when you make a reservation. NEW BOOKINGS ONLY. Dependent on AVAILABILITY. All offers EXCLUDE LONG WEEKENDS, PUBLIC HOLIDAYS and SCHOOL HOLIDAYS, EVENTS and COMPETITIONS, unless otherwise stated:-


NEW BOOKINGS ONLY – 40% DISCOUNT. The Leatherback Discounts will apply only to the ACCOMMODATION ie Breakfast will not be discounted. Leatherback Offers EXCLUDE Events AND Competitions. CONTACT OUR RESERVATIONS on 033 8451000 or

1. MAY and JUNE: 2015 – Valid from the 04 May until the 30 June 2015, THEN

2. JULY AND AUGUST: 2015 – Valid from the 21 July until the 30 August 2015

Midmar Dam (Chalets, cabins, camping), Wagendrift, Weenen, Ithala Bushcamps (Thalu, Mbizo, Mhlangeni), Kamberg, Injesuthi, Lotheni, Monks Cowl, Highmoor, Sodwana Bay, Kosi bay, Amatikulu, Maphelane (very rustic), St Lucia Campsites, Umlalazi cabins and camping, Oribi Gorge, Vernon Crookes, Mkhuze (Mantuma, Safari Camp, Nhlonhlela Bushcamp), and Ndumo. 

3. JUNE AND AUGUST 2015: Valid from 01 June to 26 June and then from 21 July to 31 August 2015 – Cape Vidal – Chalets and camping (Leatherback terms and conditions above, apply)


Please note: Dependent on AVAILABILITY. Gate times: strictly 06hoo to 18h00
Packages which include meals are discounted on accommodation only.

1. Ntshondwe Resort at Ithala Game Reserve

All chalets – 30% discount including BED and BREAKFAST – Valid from the 04 May until the 30 June 2015, THEN 20 July to 30 August 2015

Plus ALL Rhino Club members can enjoy a Game Drive for R100 per adult and R50 per child under 13 years – regret no children 3 years and under.

  • WOW!!! FANTASTIC NEW DBB/Game Drive Package: (dinner, bed, breakfast, one game drive per day) for only R725.00 per person sharing accommodation, or R 895.00 for single accommodation …what a bargain. This package is available from now until 31 October 2015

PLEASE NOTE: Minimum two night stay: This package is only offered in the Twin bedded Non-self-catering (Hotel rooms) chalets.

    Sunday Lunch Buffet continues to be a bargain at R125.00 per person, after special discount is applied.
  • 10% discount to all Gold Rhino Club Members on standard priced meals, including all bar beverages – (Discounts not applicable on any other Special packages which may be advertised from time to time).

2. DIDIMA RESORT at Cathedral peak

All chalets – 30% discount including BED and BREAKFAST – Valid from the 04 May until the 30 June 2015, THEN 20 July to 30 August 2015

3. GIANTS CASTLEAll chalets – 30% discount including BED and BREAKFAST – VALID from 13th of April till the 23rd of April 2015, then Valid from the 04 May until the 30 June 2015, THEN 20 July to 30 August 2015

4. HILLTOP RESORT (Hluhluwe Game Reserve) All chalets – 30% discount including BED and BREAKFAST- Valid from the 04 May until the 30 June 2015, THEN 20 July to 30 August 2015

5. WILDERNESS TRAILS –Ask Lwazi and Mlu about their discounts. Note: Giants Cup Trail hut Mzimkulu has no mattresses.

For Last-minute PLACES on Trail, contact: Bookings: Trails Desk – tel 033 8451067 or fax 086 505 8884 or email

Trails offer to Gold Members: WOW!!! Wonderful new discounts for 

1. 30% discount – Base Camp, Explorer Trail, Extended Short Trail and Weekend Short Trail (Sunday).

2. 20% discount – The Primitive Trail and the Weekend Short Trail (Friday).

3. 30% discount – The Giant’s Cup Trail.

1. FIVE LODGE GOLD SPECIAL: 15% discount
 all year round
(except Easter, Christmas and New Year and major events) at Thendele Lodge, Rock Lodge (Giants), Ithala Lodge, Mtwazi and Masinda Lodges

2. Santa Lucia launch tour 25% Gold discountenquire at St Lucia Estuary Office tel 035 590 1340

3. Karkloof Canopy Tour 

Rhino Club Gold Members (excludes Easter) – The Karkloof Canopy Tour Team have offered a generous discount of R100 per person, if you wish to participate on the Karkloof Canopy Tour. It is widely regarded as one of the best eco-adventure activities in the world and is something for people of all ages with the youngest being 3 and the oldest 90 so far to do the tour. Bookings can be made directly with them on: Office: (+27) 33 3303415 or Mobile: (+27) 836474595 or 

4. Pentravel Gold Special – Call into Pentravel PMB office and produce your valid Rhino Gold Card and claim R250 per booking discount on all International travel packages.(T’s and C’s apply). Contact Pentravel PMB on tel +27 033 3927910, fax +27 033 342 7835 or check out for their special packages on offer!!!

5. GROUNDCOVER FOOTWEAR is giving our Rhino Club Gold members, including Kids Club, a 10% discount on footwear! View the footwear on their website at . NB email them directly on (DO NOT ORDER ONLINE). Simply give your Rhino Card Number or a scan a copy of your card to OR YOU CAN VISIT THEM on the Midlands Meander (Curries Post Road) and make your purchase in person!

6. African Bird of Prey Sanctuary. Show your member card and get 20% Discount on your Entry ticket – Cell 0829253023. See the Aerial display and enjoy lunch at their Coffee Shop.

7. Kids Club Members – Free entry to Midmar for you, if you produce your valid Kids Club card! ASK about the KIDDIES Menus at Hilltop, Giant’s, Didima and Ntshondwe Resorts We give them what they like!!!

FOR Information speak to your Rhino Club Consultants, Kay or Nomfundo on 033 8451008/1009/1011/1013

Plan your arrival at the Reserve – try to avoid travelling after 4pm (16h00) and give yourself time for unexpected delays en route. Check Gate closing times.
To renew your Rhino Club membership CONTACT OUR HELPDESK ON 033 8451008/1009 or

Visitors to All Parks are also reminded that while wildlife is often seen amongst the chalets and campsites in the protected areas, these animals are not tame and members of the public should not try to touch them or feed them.

Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority to ban all unguided walking in Mana Pools

Extract from newsflash

“Concern about increasing unsanctioned and uncontrolled human behaviour has led the Zimbabwe Parks & Wildlife Management Authority (ZPWMA) to ban all unguided walking. Flouting of the rules runs a whole gamut from chasing and crowding animals, to unlicensed tour operating and commercial photographers, to off-road driving. The culprits appear to be a small minority, but incidents have grown along with the park’s popularity.”

” While visitors will now have to take their walks accompanied by a ranger or professional guide, the ZPWMA’s stretched resources also come into play; it is unlikely to provide sufficient guides for this purpose. Guidance will come at a cost too – US$25 a day for groups of three to six and US$30 per hour for smaller groups (non-resident rate). Visitors will, however, be permitted to bring a professional guide with them during their stay. Founder of Bulawayo-based African Bush Camps, Beks Ndlovu, says the ban is a great pity. “We do, however, understand the reasoning behind the ban, based on the abuse that has taken place by certain visitors in the past and the affect this has had, not only on the wildlife but also on the enjoyment of other guests visiting the national park.”  See more at:

International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May 2015


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Extracted from EWT Newsflash 21st May 2015

“Can the planet still bear the growing human population and sustain plant and animal species to the benefit of all? With only one planet and limited natural resources available for the survival of all living creatures, including seven billion people worldwide, the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) calls on all South Africans to join us in marking this International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May 2015. The over exploitation and uneven use of our natural resources is a major threat to our biodiversity.

Despite the declining rate of our biodiversity, South Africa remains one of the countries with high levels of biodiversity. South Africa occupies only 2% of the world’s land surface area and yet is home to 10% of the world’s plant species and 7% of its reptile, bird and mammal species. Our oceans are home to about 10 000 life forms representing 16% of the world’s marine wildlife. Our country ranks as one of the top birding destinations in the world and is a sanctuary to more than 9000 plants species and home to the magnificent Big Five, a big draw card for our tourism.

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), globally about one third of all known species are threatened with extinction. That includes 29% of all amphibians, 21% of all mammals and 12% of all birds. If we do not address the threats to biodiversity, we could be facing another mass extinction with dire consequences to the environment, economy, human health and our livelihoods.

In line with the International Day for Biological Diversity 2015 theme “Sustainable Development”, there is a growing need for business, civil society and governments around the world to manage and protect the natural capital on which we all depend.

As one of South Africa’s leading biodiversity conservation organisations, the EWT is aware of the importance of integrating the conservation of species, habitats and ecosystem processes and we therefore focus much of our work on protecting both threatened species and habitats. The species we work with often act as indicators of the health of the ecosystems in which they occur. Successful conservation thus means protecting the habitats that support species – including human beings – and in this way entire ecosystems reap the benefits of our work.

To highlight International Day for Biological Diversity and raise awareness of the declining state of our biodiversity and the need to reverse this trend, the EWT will be facilitating awareness sessions and events.” For more information:

Contact:  Lillian Mlambo –  Communications Manager, Endangered Wildlife Trust

  Tel: +27 11 372 3600



Only after the last tree has been cut down.

Only after the last river has been poisoned.

Only after the last fish has been caught.

Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.

Cree Indian Prophecy


18th May 2015


In the past 2 weeks, we have lost one white rhino in Matopas and a black mother and baby in Save Conservancy to poaching.


According to information received, the sale of baby elephants to China is still ongoing. The elephants are still in Hwange National Park and we have heard that they will be sent to Angola. We are not sure if this is a tactic to send them on to China from there. Apparently, China has ordered 200 elephants in all.

Several of the major airlines around the world have now stated that they will not fly any trophies, wildlife products or live wildlife from Zimbabwe. We are very grateful to them for their assistance.

SPCA Mutare and Bulawayo and VAUZ have issued a statement (see below) for which we are very grateful although we have noted that the ZNSPCA does not seem to be involved in this.

A very big thank you to all the teams and wildlife organisations around the world who have been working tirelessly to assist us in our efforts to prevent the export of the baby elephants. For security reasons, we cannot name them but they know who they are.

Zimbabwe’s National animal welfare organisations, Veterinarians for Animal Welfare Zimbabwe (VAWZ) and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – Mutare and Bulawayo Branches – have jointly issued the following public statement following the capture of wild elephants from Hwange National Park:

  1. The SPCA and VAWZ appreciate that animal welfare standards have changed over time, particularly with respect to captive wildlife, to the extent that even the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) now plays an important role in setting standards for animal welfare. We urge the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Authority to take cognisance of these changed circumstances.
  2. While it is accepted that the capture and export, into captivity, of Zimbabwe’s wildlife, in particular the capture of elephant calves out of their maternal herds, may be within the terms of the CITES agreements, to which Zimbabwe is a signatory, neither this Convention, nor any other international regulatory authority, currently regulates the major animal welfare issues involved in such captures and exports. Therefore CITES, and other international organizations which control trade in wild animals are urged to re-examine their role with respect to animal welfare within trade in wildlife, and not merely  deal with the conservation or health status of species.
  3. Animal welfare in Zimbabwe is governed by the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (Chapter 19:09). This Act is currently administered by the Ministry of Environment, Water Resources and Climate, under which the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority falls. This Authority which has undertaken the recent capture of elephant calves in Hwange National Park, as well as other similar captures of elephant and other species in recent times, should therefore ensure that any captures, and subsequent holding and export, of wildlife are undertaken in accordance of the provisions of this Act.

Section 3 of this Act specifically makes it illegal for any person or organization to:

  • wantonly or unreasonably do or omit to do any act, or cause or procure the commission or omission of any act which causes any unnecessary suffering to any animal; or
  • wantonly or unreasonably do, or cause, or procure the commission of any act likely to infuriate or terrify any animal

It is therefore very likely that the deliberate disruption of maternal herds of wild elephant, being amongst the most sentient of animals on this planet, and subsequent rendering of the calves as captive orphans, purely for commercial gain, would be found, in a court of law, to be in contravention of the letter and spirit of these clauses of this Act

  1. SPCA and VAWZ note that the last export of wild caught elephant calves to China, in 2012, resulted in the deaths of two of the four calves exported to that country, and that other such recent captures have ended with release of the elephant calves, usually into semi-captive situations albeit for ultimate rehabilitation to the wild in Zimbabwe. This latter course of action appears to have been the result of pressure from the international community and concerned local organizations. The present capture has again attracted wide international condemnation with possible long-term effects on Zimbabwe’s conservation and animal welfare credentials.
  2. It is inevitable that any capture and translocation of wildlife will result in stress to the captured animals. Such stress should be minimized  by adopting the following principles:
  • Capture and translocation of wildlife, especially if undertaken in Zimbabwe’s National Parks (Zimbabwe’s heritage), should have genuine conservation objectives to the benefit of Zimbabwe, and this country’s conservation ethics, and not be solely for commercial purposes. Therefore such captures should be minimal in number
  • Captures should be undertaken using the least stressful and most efficient methods, and any subsequent period of close confinement should be kept to a minimum prior to release into a suitable environment
  • Such a suitable environment should fulfil the physical and social requirements of the species and this is impossible with long-term, close confinement
  • Any non-domesticated species destined for a more restrictive environment should originate from a captive breeding establishment, of which there are many nowadays, and be obviously habituated to the close presence of people
  • No free-ranging wild animal should be captured and placed permanently in a restrictive environment unless there are critical and justifiable conservation reasons for so doing
  • No wild animal should be captured and exported for the purpose of performing or providing an unnatural spectacle to the public. This is often a feature of some wildlife parks in some countries
  • Wherever possible, and especially where there is likely to be controversy, the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority should endeavour to engage independent, and reputable, national animal welfare organizations. This will create the necessary spirit of cooperation to ensure that capture, interim holding, translocation and any export of wildlife is in accordance with Zimbabwe’s Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, as well as internationally accepted norms. Such cooperation should include the co-inspection of any foreign destination for Zimbabwe’s wildlife
  1. It is our belief that elephants may warrant special consideration in terms of animal welfare and captive management, because of this species’ considerable intelligence and social cohesion. There does exist a draft Code of Practice for Domestic Elephant as well as, more recently, a draft Elephant Management Policy. Both these documents should pay careful attention to current scientific findings on elephant behaviour and social requirements, and therefore should include references to animal welfare practices based on this knowledge and within the provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.

Johnny Rodrigues

Chairman for Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force
Landline:        263 4 339065
Mobile:           263 712 603 213

The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force relies soley on public donations. Your donation can help to preserve the wildlife in Zimbabwe. If you would like to assist, please contact us.

Maphelane entrance road is not suitable for low-clearance vehicles

At present, the Maphelane entrance road is not suitable for visitors travelling in small vehicles (sedans) or low clearance vehicles, as it is very sandy and in very bad condition. If visitors get stuck, there is no rescue operation available to assist.


Ndumo Game Reserve – Cooks no longer available

Regretfully, Ndumo Game Reserve no longer offers the services of a cook. Guests are expected to self-cater and to do their own cooking.


iSimangaliso Half Marathon

iSimangaliso Half Marathon doubles its entries!

See us on eNCA (DSTV 403) on Sunday 17th May from 06h00

The St Lucia Estuary section of iSimangaliso Wetland Park was undoubtedly the most colourful and festive place to be on Sunday 10th May. An unprecedented surge in entrants for the annual iSimangaliso St Lucia Half Marathon and Fun Run/ Walk powered by USM resulted in 954 official entries and a lot of additional people joining the fun – almost double the previous year’s number! It was no surprise to learn that this was voted as one of the country’s Top 40 half marathons, out of 220, by Runner’s World magazine.

“We were thrilled and overwhelmed by the phenomenal support shown for the event. This year, the race was dedicated to the memories of three of iSimangaliso’s colleagues who were lost in 2014: Herbert Mthembu, Thembi Buthelezi and Jabu Msezane. What a great turnout this was to honour them as well as contribute towards rare and endangered species conservation in the Park,” said iSimangaliso’s Marketing and Brand Manager, Lindy Duffield.

The warmth of a cloudless May day and the idyllic backdrop of the Lake St Lucia Estuary combined to create a wonderfully festive atmosphere at the event tent, with MC Keith Eaton and Radio station Shine FM’s Storm Manana keeping the crowd going all morning. Coverage by eNCA news and Sunday World news also ensured a number of hearty waves and grins from the runners, with a few shouts of “Hello Mom!” thrown in due to the race date coinciding with Mother’s Day. 

Getting the action underway was the Kiddie’s race with 44 little ones taking on the 2km route with intense enthusiasm! The race was won by 10 year old Graham Wynne followed by Siyanda Msimango (9) and Elliot Vermeulen (9). Organiser Susan Combrink even arranged a mascot ‘crocodile’ to join the kids, symbolising the rare and endangered species for which funds are raised. 

The main 21.1km event saw a record number of participants (216) striding out for the attractive cash prizes, while the 10km was the most popular category of entry. Whether runners and walkers did the half marathon, 10km or 5 km, there were some very happy faces on reaching the finish line! 

First female and recipient of the Thembi Buthelezi Memorial Trophy was Slindile Chilli (left, with Alice Mthembu), storming in at 1:27:35; and first home overall, in a time of 1:09:02, was Ayanda Mncube (right) who received the Jabu Msezane Memorial Trophy from iSimangaliso’s Thandi Shabalala and St Lucia Ski Boat Club Chairman Brad McLaren. Each received R1700 in prize money. *(Results in all categories can be found on the website address listed below.)

Raising awareness, raising funds

Thirty percent of all entry fees are donated to the iSimangaliso Rare and Endangered Species Fund, supporting the costs of monitoring, treating and introducing animals such as rhino within the world heritage site. The next species to benefit from these funds will be eland which are being re-introduced into the Park as the final of all of the historically occurring species. Other items purchased to date have been collars and transmitters for rhino as well as oribi, wild dog, elephant and cheetah.

Just as important is the educational aspect of the event which aims to raise awareness of conservation of natural areas and resources, particularly amongst the youth. With 99 scholars from local schools sponsored by Umfolozi Sugar Mill, and additional learners joining the effort, there was a great presence of the younger generation pounding the pavement. Schools participated in the 10km event with some fine results produced. First home was Bongumusa Nxumalo of Silethukukhanya High School in an impressive time of 0:41:23. Hot on his heels was Celimpilo Mlambi of Phiwamandla High School, followed by Siphelele Nsibande of Ikusasalethu High School. In the Primary school section, Zwelakhe Mdletshe representing the team from Mtubatuba Striders came in first, Ntozakhe Zikhali of uMnotho Primary second, and in third place was Melusi Zulu from Uphaphasi Primary School. Well done to all the budding athletes in the iSimangaliso region! 

In a fantastic show of support for the Mthembu family, the Herbert Mthembu Trophy for Best School was won by Kingdom Christian College of Mtubatuba – where his children were educated – and presented to their educator, Mr Carthbert Ganyawu, by Herbert’s widow, Alice Mthembu.

Says Lindy Duffield: “iSimangaliso wishes to thank its event partners and the numerous sponsors and supporters without whom the event would not be the great success that it is”:

Umfolozi Sugar Mill (USM), St Lucia Ski Boat Club, St Lucia Ratepayers, Zululand Multi Sports Club, Mtubatuba Striders along with Advantage Tours, Avalone Guest House, Barraca Restaurant, Bhangazi Horse Safaris, Braza, Elephant Lake Hotel, Extreme Nature Tours, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, Fur Elize, Heritage Tours, Hippo Hideaway, Igwalagwala Guest House, Katanga Gates, Katanga Property Care, Kauai, Lidiko Lodge, Little Eden, Monzi Safaris, Mtubatuba Striders, Ndiza Lodge, Ocean Basket, Parker Cottages, Santa Lucia Guest House, Shakabarker Tours, Shoreline Boat Safaris, St Lucia Kayak Safaris, St Lucia Liquor Store, St Lucia Pick-n-Save Spar, St Lucia Wetlands Guest House, Susan Combrink Biokinetics, Thyme Square, Umlilo Lodge, Walkabout, Wetland Water, and Zulani Guest House.

* Results can be found on our event page. Visit or Facebook to see our gallery of photographs.

The next in iSimangaliso’s ECO-Series events is the iSimangaliso MTB 4 Day powered by Nashua, taking place from 20-23 August 2015. Details can be found at

For more information on the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Youtube, or visit our website at Media enquiries should be directed to Media Officer Siyabonga Mhlongo at or on 084 382 0884.

Newsflash No.: 2015.05.15

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