Asieff Kahn


Asieff is Reserve Manager of the False Bay Ecology Park, employed by the City of Cape Town’s Biodiversity Management Branch. He arrived there through passion rather than career planning. "I love, and am passionate about nature and life", he says.

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Alison Kock


Alison Kock is a qualified marine biologist specialising in shark research who has dedicated her life to advancing our understanding of the oceans top predator, the great white shark.

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Ernst van Jaarsveld


Ernst van Jaarsveld has been employed by the South African National Bio-diversity Institute since 1974 and is currently the curator of the Kirstenbosch Conservatory. Ernst's own interest in indigenous gardens began in the late sixties.

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Johan Burger


Johan Burger is currently employed by the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board, also known as CapeNature. His 16 years of work experience in the conservation field include nature reserve and wilderness management, extension services, and working closely with private landowners.

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Kerri Wolter


The Vulture Conservation program of the R&L Wildlife Conservation NPO works to conserve and bring attention to the plight of the Cape Vulture, who faces near extinction.

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Roger Bailey and Lydia van Riet


Roger Bailey is the young and articulate farm manager who tells the story of Flower Valley;

Lydia van Riet is relatively new to the industry, and runs her own business in supplying the export market with quality material.

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Sinegugu Zukulu


Spearheading the fight against unsustainable forms of development is Sinegugu Zukulu, a resident of the Pondoland Wild Coast. Sinegugu was a Geography Teacher for 13 years, Environmental Education Officer for 3 years and Conservation Leadership Group manager with Endangered Wildlife Trust.

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Tribute Mboweni


Tribute (Nickname Birdie) is on a mission to make South Africa and the world a better place. Before having landed the post of Field Ranger on Dassen Island, Tribute had completed her practical year in De Hoop Game Reserve and started her own Green Movement - Projekt 23, in celebration of her graduation in Ecotourism at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).

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Mbali Kubheka


Mbali Kubheka is a KZN Provincial Coordinator for the Working for Wetlands Programme and has been with SANBI since July 2005. She was with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife as a junior wetland scientist from January 2001 to June 2005. 

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