The Legacy Experience with Kevin Pietersen

Starting 18 Aug 2019 - Closing 31 Dec 2020

The inaugural Legacy Experience was a spectacular success culminating in a R 3 000 000.00 donation to the South African National Parks (SANParks) to assist with their Rhino anti-poaching initiatives.

Join Kevin Pietersen, for yet another priceless Golf & Safari Experience in the heart of South Africa’s Greater Kruger National Park. Once again we will grace the fairways of the internationally acclaimed and privately owned Leopard Creek Country Club and this year’s Big 5 activity is an adrenalin filled Elephant Experience. Your participation in the ultimate conservation initiative will see you invest in the future of the iconic White and Black Rhino. This ‘’money can’t buy’’ spiritual journey will leave you with heartfelt memories from deep within Mother Africa!

Strictly By Honourary Invitation Only

 

BENEFICIARIES

 

South African National Parks
South African National Parks (SANParks) is the leading conservation authority in all national parks in South Africa, responsible for 3 751 113 hectares of protected land in 20 national parks. SANParks business operations are founded on 3 core pillars: Conservation, Responsible Tourism & Socio-Economic development. Their mission is: To develop, expand, manage & promote a system of sustainable national parks that represents biodiversity and heritage assets, through innovation and best practice for the just and equitable benefits of current and future generations.www.sanparks.org

 

The Boucher Rhino Legacy
Founded by former South African Cricket Legend, Mark Boucher, the organisation plays a significant role in conservation of Rhino in South Africa. The Boucher Legacy focuses on three key pillars:

 

PROSECUTION: Through the RhODIS DNA programme developed by Dr Cindy Harper at the University of Pretoria’s Faculty of Veterinary Science, we are aiming to get every living Rhino onto the DNA database housed at their Onderstepoort campus. This allows law enforcement to link the poaching of a particular Rhino carcass to the prepetrator, thereby getting the poachers convicted and behind bars.

 

CONSERVATION: Along with the DNA database work, we are partnering with Dr Sam Ferreira and the Veterinary Science Team in the Kruger National Park to collar 115 Rhino in certain key areas, to understand the movement of Rhino in the areas where poaching is most prevalent. To date, we have unearthed some fascinating statistics that will be used in conservation of Rhino into the future.

 

EDUCATION: The Boucher Legacy has rallied the public and achieved high levels of support through media exposure and especially through sporting teams such as South Africa’s national cricket team, The Proteas. Education to reduce demand is also important. A handful of countries drive the demand and education to those markets could prove vital in reducing/eliminating that demand.