The Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust

The Pilanesberg National Park, situated 50km north of Rustenburg in the North West Province, is managed by the North West Parks & Tourism Board. The Pilanesberg is, however, more than just a wildlife sanctuary to which tourists flock – it has also spurred economic development in the region that in turn has provided social up-liftment in this once largely disadvantaged rural community.

The Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust (PWT) was established in 1999 to provide a medium through which contributions can be made to further conservation and social upliftment. The PWT is a non-profit organisation and is registered with the South African Institute of Fundraising

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Latest News

Marula Conservation Club

A really special day with the youth of the Marula Conservation Club. After doing eco informative trail through the EEZ area of Pilanesberg with field ranger Mapula, we finished with a braai at the DVA. [...]

Her Serene Highness, Princess Charlene of Monaco visits TRO

Princess Charlene of Monaco visits our babies at the The Rhino Orphanage. Super special, and I really hope her interest and visit will create awareness and support for Rhinos and other Wildlife indigenous to her country [...]

Dimatkatso Safe House

Many happy faces when the Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust, in conjunction with Pilanesberg National Park, dropped off school wear for the orphans at Dimatkatso Safe House. We spent 12,000.00 in total and assisted 10 orphaned children [...]

Moses goes for his first fitting

A busy day... Little Moses went for his fitting today. He will be getting splints and a ‘sitbox’. All went well with measuring and in just over a week we will take him back to [...]

Bob getting treatment

Bob getting treatment... He was injured in a fight, most likely with another male rhino. Bob was the first male black rhino born in Pilanesberg and has a very special place in our hearts! Thank [...]

Mandela Day clean-up in the community

Mandela Day Clean up in the community! Well done all and thank you Tebogo from Morula Conservation Kids in Mogwase for putting this all together. I love your passion! Keep it going strong! As always thank [...]

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