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Six million steps

Six Million Steps is a journey of one man hiking the South African coastline. The adventure will take place over roughly 3000 km, effecting change one step at a time.

Riding for Rhinos in the Karoo Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

I’ll bear the scars for a few weeks – deep gashes in my leg from a stumble as I negotiated one of the many stream crossings on my mountain bike.  But the smile on my face will last far longer. 

Tracks of Giants journey reaches one-third milestone

Tracks of Giants is a five-month,  field-based nature conservation expedition following in the tracks of ancient elephant migration routes through six countries across southern Africa. The Tracks of Giants team passed the 1 700-kilometre milestone on 1 June 2012 at

Put Foot Rally leaves Cape Town with Project Rhino KZN in tow

6 countries, 6 checkpoints and 7,000-odd kilometres in 17 days… The Put Foot is dubbed Southern Africa’s first “social rally” – 60 crews/240 people will motor out of Cape Town tomorrow (Wednesday 20th June 2012) for an epic Africa adventure,

First leg of Tracks of Giants expedition completed

Three weeks into the epic, five month Tracks of Giants expedition, the team is getting accustomed to the physical demands of the course as well as the harsh Namibian environment. The Tracks of Giants expedition kicked off on the Atlantic

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