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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


The Photographer's Guide to the Pilanesberg National Park

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PWT Chairman visits the Rhino Orphanage

PWT Chairman, Gabriel Mokgoko, visited the Rhino Orphanage where 5 of the Pilanesberg orphans reside.

Gabriel also had the opportunity to join the RO Walk for Rhino!
Thanks to all at the Rhino Orphanage for the amazing work you do.
Posted on 06 Oct 2015

Mountain Bike ride through the Pilanesberg Wilderness

A stunningly beautiful mountain bike ride on a route through the Pilanesberg Wilderness areas, where up to 200 cyclists will enjoy the privilege of participating in this years event!

Go to to join us!!
Posted on 02 Oct 2015

CEVA Animal Health - Poland

Many thanks to Tomislav and his CEVA Team for their contribution towards the protection of the Pilanesberg Rhino!

CEVA Animal Health Poland
Posted on 02 Oct 2015

Rhino Notching with Boehringer Ingelheim France

Early Thursday the 27th Aug we met with the Group that would be participating in notching 4 Rhino.

Mom and calf join up after notching and DNA collection.
Posted on 29 Aug 2015

Ikanyega - Follow up treatment

Ikanyega (Ike), our poached Rhino survivor, receives treatment after removing his protective shield!

Steve Dell (Field Ecologist for Pilanesberg) assessing Ike's wound.
Posted on 28 Aug 2015

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