The Sisters do it for themselves and conservation

Winning prestigious awards in the conservation, environmental  and tourism arenas in two consecutive years, the all-female anti-poaching team, the Black Mambas, did it again at a world tourism conference. The founder, Craig Spencer, head warden at the private Balule Game Reserve, with its close proximity to the Kruger National Park and a no-fence arrangement, has now seen this team play a major role in stopping 75% of possible poaching events, in its tracks. Fourteen women were selected for this winning team six years ago and are notching up  top awards…

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