World Book Day Project

In celebration of World Book Day, Save the Waterberg Rhino, Waterberg Tourism, and Waterberg Living Museum are teaming up to organise a local book collection with the books being given to local schools to help stock libraries.
We are asking for any unwanted books. We all have books that are not used any more and just sitting on shelves collecting dust. These books could have a better home helping kids learn to read or reading to learn.

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The COVID-19 (Corona Virus) has reached our shores and is now more than a WhatsApp joke and Facebook meme. With 61 infections, and serious measures put in place by President Ramaphosa last night, most of us have been flooded with queries about safety and even large-scale cancellations.
Travellers are panicking, tourism businesses are panicking, but what should be our appropriate response here in the Waterberg?

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Good News for Absent Farm Owners

Fertile Footsteps has established a game farm management division to assist absentee game farm owners with the tricky business of managing their farms efficiently and cost effectively when they cannot be there themselves.
With collectively more than 30 years’ experience in the conservation and tourism sectors of which 20 years in the Waterberg, including managing large and small farms Cobus and Marilize Greyling have seen it all and has sound experience of day to day operations: “Our experience covers everything from staff relations to maintaining equipment and infrastructure as well as most other aspects relating to game farms. We can make a tailor-made program to suit most situations.” says Cobus.

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