In 2009 the Foundation supported and funded research regarding the Cape mountain zebra. Dr Halszka Hrabar of the then Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa did the research and wrote the report which was submitted in 2010 to the Chief, Branch of Permits of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The report was to proof the successful conservation of the species in South Africa in anticipation of its further growth through sustainable utilisation.
The Foundation has supported many other research projects – the Cheetah Wildlife Research Project, blue duiker, to name but a few – together with numerous NGO’s and tertiary institutions.
We will continue to do so into the future, along with like minded nationally and internationally based associations and organisations.