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MWITU’S MEMO

 

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Despite the fact that Aprilഀ seemed like a series of never ending public holidays in Southഀ Africa, the rest of my pack at the EWT has been working asഀ hard as ever, and we’re excited to share our latest projectഀ updates and other news with you in this issue of ChitterChatter!
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ഀ April got off to an especially exciting start, and saw yearsഀ of hard work paying off when the MEC for Mpumalanga’sഀ Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Land andഀ Environmental Affairs (DARDLEA), Vusi Shongwe, declared theഀ Greater Lakenvlei Protected Environment near Dullstroom on 7ഀ April. South Africa’s grasslands and wetlands are poorlyഀ represented in formal protected areas and this declarationഀ will now add 14,305 hectares of important grassland andഀ wetland habitat to the network of protected areas within theഀ province. This incredible achievement was made possibleഀ through the collaborative efforts of Mpumalanga Tourism andഀ Parks Agency (MTPA), the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) andഀ BirdLife South Africa.
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ഀ In other exciting news, we were also extremely proud of ourഀ Senior Manager: Habitats, Dr Ian Little, when he received aഀ Whitley Award for his outstanding efforts (and those of theഀ Threatened Grassland Species Programme team) to protect Southഀ Africa’s grasslands. This award is incredibly prestigious andഀ a true honour. It also comes with funding of £35,000 toഀ continue this work, and more specifically to fulfil his dreamഀ of creating a corridor of legally protected areas linkingഀ with others along the Great Eastern Escarpment. Congratulationsഀ to Ian and the team for this wonderful recognition! You canഀ watch a short documentary about Ian’s award-winning work,ഀ narrated by the legendary Sir David Attenborough, here.

ഀ I don’t know about you, but I always feel extra-proudly Southഀ African when I think about the natural wonders that are rightഀ on our doorstep! We all need nature to survive, and not justഀ in protected areas, so keep an eye on our social media pagesഀ in the build up to World Environment Day on 5 June. We’ll beഀ inviting you to snap a pic of yourself connecting with natureഀ (remember, we encourage responsible selfie behaviour, so noഀ cub petting or other activities that may put species orഀ spaces at risk please!), tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and includeഀ the hashtag #EWTWithNature – we’ll have some exciting prizesഀ up for grabs!
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ഀ Let us know what your favourite way to connect with natureഀ is, by dropping me a mail at Mwitu@ewt.org.za
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ഀ ‘Til next time
ഀ Mwitu

 

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A WORD FROM THE CEO

 

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I love what I do. Who wouldn’tഀ when you work in a sector about which you are trulyഀ passionate; for an organisation that is improving the world;ഀ and with people who live, breath and ooze passion, dedicationഀ and commitment to our common conservation cause? Not a dayഀ goes by that I don’t appreciate how lucky I am to have aഀ career that I love. But having a calling as opposed to just aഀ job, and one which consumes almost every thought, emotion andഀ aspiration, can become exhausting over time. The Tshikululuഀ Foundation is one of the strongest supporters of the NGOഀ community in South Africa and not only funds dozens of NGOsഀ that provide critical, backbone services to society, but theyഀ are also integrally involved with their NGOs through theഀ provision of training, skills development, resourceഀ mobilisation and most important, providing solutions to theഀ challenges faced in this crucial sector of economy. One ofഀ these recent responses to award a sabbatical to four CEOs ofഀ their Thsikululu Foundation NGO partners and the EWT was oneഀ of their fortunate beneficiaries.
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ഀ My four-month sabbatical ran from January until May 2017 andഀ I have just returned to the EWT head office feelingഀ remarkably refreshed and invigorated! The EWT ran smoothlyഀ during my time away and my absence was seamlessly handled byഀ the excellent Executive Management Team. My sabbatical provedഀ that the EWT’s robust governance and management systems andഀ succession planning capability are in top form, which was oneഀ of the key success measures of this ‘time out’. For meഀ personally, the time away from the daily grind of traffic,ഀ emails and meetings was life changing. I got to spend moreഀ time with family and friends; I travelled; I met up with longഀ lost colleagues and associates; I visited some wonderful EWTഀ projects as well as projects being run by other NGOs in theഀ region; I got into the field again and I did lots of ‘me’ഀ things like sport and reading. I also spent much of my timeഀ considering some strategic growth opportunities for the EWTഀ and the operational efficiencies we need to implement toഀ support this growth. The EWT is an organisation on the move,ഀ and with the right tools, structure and lots of energy, thereഀ can be no stopping us as we strive to make the world a moreഀ equitable and sustainable home for us all. My sabbaticalഀ proved to me that I would not like to be doing anything elseഀ apart from working with my inspirational colleagues to makeഀ the world a better place. I returned at the beginning of Mayഀ to open arms, a warm welcome-back party, a redesigned officeഀ and a team of outstanding performers who had taken the EWTഀ forward in leaps and bounds. I loved my time off, but I amഀ thrilled to be back, Vivaഀ la EWT!
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ഀ Yolan

 

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PROJECT NEWS

 

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Jessie’s on a quest to save the Riverineഀ Rabbit and the Karoo!


Estèഀ Matthew, Drylands Conservation Programme,
Fieldഀ Officer

EstherM@ewt.org.za

ഀ The Riverine Rabbit (Bunolagusഀ monticularis) is an incredibly shy creature thatഀ only lives in seasonal river vegetation patches in parts ofഀ the Karoo. Their remaining habitat is becoming increasinglyഀ fragmented, and they face additional threats from hunting,ഀ trapping, and being preyed on by feral dogs and cats. Theഀ iconic landscape of the Karoo is also imperilled by climateഀ change, mining, hydraulic fracturing (fracking), power linesഀ and the construction of dams.

ഀ The EWT’s Drylands Conservation Programme is embarking on anഀ exciting new project that could save the Riverine Rabbit, andഀ with it, the Karoo. Despite having worked on this species forഀ more than 15 years, one of the greatest challenges wasഀ finding out exactly where these elusive rabbits are living.ഀ Once we know where they are, it becomes easier not only toഀ put more effective conservation measures in place, but alsoഀ to protect their environment......READ MORE

 

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Celebrating Biodiversityഀ and Sustainable Tourism


Belinda Glenn,ഀ Communication and Brand Manager
BelindaG@ewt.org.za

ഀ Did you know that South Africa is the third most biodiverse countryഀ in the world? We’re also the only country in the world to containഀ an entire floral kingdom, the Cape Floral Kingdom, which is home toഀ over 9,000 plant species, and although South Africa occupies onlyഀ 2% of the world’s land surface area, it is home to 10% of theഀ world’s plant species and 7% of the world's reptile, bird andഀ mammal species!

ഀ But what does biodiversity mean and why is it important? Since bioഀ means life and diversity means variety, when we talk aboutഀ biodiversity, we mean the variety of all living things on earth –ഀ all the different plants and animals, from the tiniestഀ micro-organism to the tallest tree and biggest mammal, and theഀ ecosystems they are part of.....READ MORE

 

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Become a citizenഀ scientist and help to save our Humpback Dolphins


Shanan Atkins
shananatkins@gmail.com


ഀ Previous research has highlighted that Richards Bay is a hotspotഀ for the Humpback Dolphin (Sousaഀ plumbea), which was recently listed as Endangered onഀ the Red List of Mammals of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Itഀ is one of the places in South Africa where Humpback Dolphins areഀ most likely to be found…and most likely to become caught in theഀ shark nets. This unintentional entanglement has been identified asഀ major threat to the species, and we’ve learnt that the Richards Bayഀ shark nets have been set in a core feeding area. The loss ofഀ dolphins in the nets affects not only the resident Humpback Dolphinഀ population at Richards Bay but also the wider KwaZulu-Natalഀ population, as many transient Humpback Dolphins move through theഀ area. It is abundantly clear that conservation resources could beഀ maximised by focusing efforts in one area, Richards Bay,ഀ potentially creating a ripple effect throughout the population ofഀ this Endangered species.....READ MORE

 

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Exploring fishing as anഀ alternative to poaching


Samsonഀ Phakathi, Threatened Grassland Species Programme, Senior Fieldഀ Officer
samsonp@ewt.org.za

ഀ Poaching in KwaZulu-Natal continues to be a major concern. It hasഀ financial and ecological implications not only for livestock andഀ game farmers, but for the grassland ecosystem as a whole. It is aഀ multi-faceted, cross-cutting and complex issue, which has largelyഀ resulted from an ideology of preservation, while excluding ordinaryഀ communities from wildlife conservation....READ MORE

 

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Empowering communitiesഀ through frog and wetland conservation


Jiba Magwaza,ഀ Threatened Amphibian Programme, Intern
JibaM@ewt.org.za

ഀ Conservation without the inclusion of people does not always work.ഀ In order to address the issue of South Africa being environmentallyഀ sound, education and training is vital because not everyone isഀ aware of the fact that our ecosystems are threatened. As aഀ Community Development student at the University of KwaZulu-Natalഀ (UKZN) and an intern of the EWT’s Threatened Amphibian Programmeഀ (TAP), I have come to realise that increasing beneficiaryഀ consultation during project planning or beneficiary involvement in theഀ management of project implementation or operation also increasesഀ project efficiency.....READ MORE 

 

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ONLINEഀ STORE


Dogs forഀ Conservation
ഀ Now you can wear your love for dogs and conservation on yourഀ sleeve, with our beautiful new Relate bracelet! Dogs are definitelyഀ not just our best friends, they’re friends of conservation too! Atഀ the EWT, we work with dogs to help us to protect our preciousഀ wildlife in a number of different ways.

ഀ Show your support by buying one of these beautiful Dogs forഀ Conservation bracelets for just R45 at www.ewtshop.co.za or pop into ourഀ offices in Modderfontein between 09:00 and 14:00, Monday to Friday.ഀ For more information, contact Marion at eshop@ewt.org.za

 

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EVENTS
 

Shiningഀ a light on renewable energy – Country Club Johannesburg Talk

Date: 6 Juneഀ 2017
ഀ Speaker: Lourens Leeuwner, Wildlife and Energy Programme Renewableഀ Energy Project Manager

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A note of appreciation

Joelഀ Thosago, Membership Administrator
JoelT@ewt.org.za
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ഀ As we draw closer to the middle of the year, we would like to takeഀ a moment to thank all those who continue to support our monthlyഀ talks. We have hosted one morning and four evening talks thus farഀ this year, and all have been a great success. These events give usഀ a great opportunity not only to share our work with you, but alsoഀ to spend time with our valuable supporters, and they would not beഀ the success that they are without your ongoing interest.
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ഀ We must also extend our sincere thanks to Cathy Robertson and theഀ Country Club Johannesburg management for their continued supportഀ over the years. Cathy and I have been coordinating and managingഀ these talks for over 10 years and it has been a pleasure workingഀ with her. I’m looking forward to many more years of working withഀ Cathy and her team. Thanks for all you do!
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ഀ After many requests to reintroduce our morning talks, we areഀ thrilled that the first event on 25 April was a great success, andഀ look forward to the next one. We have received a number of queriesഀ regarding hosting a morning event in Modderfontein, and will do soഀ in July – watch this space for more details. Should you have anyഀ feedback on our talks or want to share ideas or suggestions withഀ us, please don’t hesitate to email JoelT@ewt.org.za
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Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge
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WHAT YOUഀ NEED TO DO

  • Register on theഀ official website www.cyclechallenge.co.zaഀ ENTRY FEE = R475
  • Raise a minimum ofഀ R1,000 in sponsorships and donations, but the sky’s the limit!
  • Purchase a EWTഀ Cycle shirt if you do not have one. Shirt price is R450. Youഀ can either buy from our online store www.ewtshop.co.za or atഀ our office between 9h00 and 14h00, Monday to Friday.
  • Once you haveഀ entered please email marionb@ewt.org.zaഀ with your contact details.
  • Please visit ourഀ website for more information and use our online form to fillഀ in all your details and shirt size - https://www.ewt.org.za/947CycleChallenge.html


COST PERഀ RIDER

  • Entry fee – R475
  • Minimum fundsഀ raised – R1,000
  • Cycle shirt (if youഀ don’t have one) – R450

 

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SUPPORTER NEWS

Bush Whisper
ഀ Bush Whisper Expedition was established eight years ago to provideഀ exclusive travel packages for local and international tourists.ഀ Based in Johannesburg, the company offers tours ranging from budgetഀ to five star luxury in the small to medium group category. Fromഀ overland tours to hiking, bird watching, photographic tours andഀ family fun, Bush Whisper will ensure that every holiday is anഀ unforgettable experience.

ഀ With a passion for African wildlife and showcasing its beauty atഀ the core of their business, the decision to support the EWT, anഀ organisation that protects that wildlife, was an easy one for Bushഀ Whisper. http://www.bushwhisper.co.za

 
Grantഀ Thornton South Africa
ഀ Grant Thornton South Africa provides assurance, tax, advisory andഀ outsourcing services to dynamic organisations in both the privateഀ and public sectors. This includes listed companies, large privatelyഀ held businesses and private equity-backed organisations. In theഀ public sector, they work with national, provincial and localഀ government as well as State Owned Enterprises and Developmentഀ Finance Institutions.

ഀ At Grant Thornton, they understand the importance of protecting ourഀ environment for future generations to come. That’s why they supportഀ the EWT. Contact Jason Liffman (Jason.liffmann@za.gt.com)ഀ for any BBBEE advice. https://www.grantthornton.co.za


Outdoorഀ Africa
ഀ Outdoor Africa is a professional safari company offering customഀ designed photographic safari and adventure tours to some of theഀ very best safari destinations in southern Africa.
ഀ They pride themselves on providing a customised adventure, and willഀ tailor-make your safari exactly to your requirements and budget. Inഀ addition, because they do not subscribe to mass tourism, theirഀ groups are intentionally kept small and intimate. This allows themഀ to provide each individual with personal attention during theirഀ safari.

ഀ Outdoor Africa is a corporate supporter of the Endangered Wildlifeഀ Trust because they believe that the EWT plays a vital role in theഀ conservation of our fauna and flora in South Africa, which is underഀ immense pressure through human population growth and other factorsഀ such as mining activities in ecologically sensitive areas. Theyഀ appreciate the work that the EWT does with their programmes, andഀ believe that Outdoor Africa must be part of the EWT’s movementഀ against extinction.

ഀ With Outdoor Africa, you will not only experience the finestഀ safaris in South Africa, but you will also make a meaningfulഀ contribution to the conservation of our natural heritage! http://www.outdoor-africa.com/


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Become a member of the EWTഀ and help us to save our heritage:

You can also help us to spread our message and theഀ umbrella of our work by encouraging friends, family and colleaguesഀ to become members.....OPEN MEMBERSHIP FORM or contact Joel Thosago on joelt@ewt.org.za

 

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