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July 09, 2019

The Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit – a majority women group of rangers, founded by Transfrontier Africa, to protect the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve – has always been at the heart of Hi-Tec. This July, the girls got their brand new Hi-Tec soft shells to keep them warm during their night patrols and new wide-brim hats for Hoedspruit’s, still harsh winter sun.

Hi-Tec founder, Frank Van Wezel, has made substantial donations to kick start a global anti-poaching awareness campaign. Every Hi-Tec shoe sold also has a swing tag, encouraging people to get involved in the cause.  2019 stats are uncertain, but one thing we do know is that situation is still mournful. The southern white rhino, found in Southern Africa, was on the brink of extinction but has recovered with the current herd numbering around 21,000. Poaching has ravaged all five rhino species. The smaller black rhino remains critically endangered, with about 5,000 left.

Hi-Tec & Magnum have kept this cause close to their hearts by supporting local anti-poaching units, such as the The Black Mambas, from day 1. This year, the brand hopes to help the girls with outdoor essentials to tackle the coming winter months. 

We urge you to help, by helping us, raise awareness or donate to the cause by visiting www.blackmambas.org or give us a call on 021 506 6900

Also see:

https://www.hi-tec.co.za/blogpages/our-top-5-black-mamba-apu-moments-of-2018

https://www.hi-tec.co.za/blogpages/hi-tec-magnum-helps-to-put-boots-on-the-ground

https://www.hi-tec.co.za/blogpages/the-worlds-all-female-anti-poaching-honoured-in-manhattan

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