African Wild Dogs
Wild dogs are extremely social by nature, living in packs which are necessary for survival. Their social nature defines a strict order of dominance which allows them to be highly organised when hunting, working together as a team to form a lethal killing machine.
This month we profile Moses Mzimba who cleans and maintains the swimming pool and surrounding grounds.
From the Board: Special General Meeting (SGM).
As a consequence of the matters in the Chairman’s most recent Messages, please find formal documentation cancelling the special meetings of Sibon, Op Goedehoop and Buffelsbed. The Ingwelala meeting, which will proceed, has an amended Agenda. The Members’ Evening talk by Will Jansen of Will of Africa is still on!
The above, and other documents pertaining to this SGM are also available on the Downloads page. In addition the three new Chairman letters also available on this page.
18h00 registration for 18h30 start at Bryanston Country Club on 16 March 2017
The Ingwelala Safari Challenge 2017
This will take place on Saturday 15th April (Easter Weekend) at Ingwelala, commencing at 7.00am and is open to Ingwelala members and their guests. The competition/challenge is geared to raise funds for conservation on the Ingwelala properties. Operation Sky Hawk needs our help!
Our phones are down and Telkom have challenges repairing the aging equipment. A new system has been ordered but we unsure of when it will be installed, hopefully by the end of the month! Please bear with us.
Notwithstanding the achievements of your Board and the critical role it plays in fulfilling its requirements to sustain a fully functional and operational Share Block through sound governance, compliance and transparency, John Llewellyn summarise at Reserve level, the challenges and achievements made in the field during 2016. There is no order of priority nor any expression of seasonal time lines.