Thandi and Themba, a White rhino cow and bull from the Eastern Cape were two of the very first survivors that made headlines over a year ago.
It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that Saving The Survivors has to share the devastating news that our beloved White rhino cow, Hope, is no longer with us.
African Wild dogs, or Painted Wolves, are one of Africa’s most endangered species.
The Saving the Survivors Team with the assistance of the Ford Wildlife Foundation attended to Amy, a White rhino cow whose horn was damaged in a poaching incident.
Sanbona is an adult male cheetah. He was captured by our team in order to assess the damage to his foot and to prepare him for relocation to a new reserve.
Saving The Survivors treated this severely injured twelve year old White rhino bull in the North West province after a vicious attack by poachers.
Jabu is an African elephant. He injured his lower limb in a tussle with a wild elephant bull and then later further injured the same limb by falling in a hole.
The STS Team, Dr’s Johan Marais and Zöe Glyphis, attended to the young White rhino bull, ‘Vrystaat’, that was shot and his face disfigured.
Mel is an adult White rhino cow that sustained a severe deep injury at the base of her front horn, which we thought was the result of a gunshot wound.
Kwatile is a subadult White rhino cow and she has quite a temper on her.
On Friday the 30th of August 2013, three rhinos were darted by poachers and de-horned on Kapama Game Reserve.
These two beautiful adult White rhino, a bull and cow, were attacked in the Western Cape and their horns were brutally hacked off.