Schoolgirl turns birthday parties into rhino auctions

08 May 2016 - 02:00

Living in Asia, the centre of the illegal trade in rhino horn, inspired a South African teenager to raise almost R200000 for wildlife conservation . Jules Murray's money has enabled the Chipembere Rhino Foundation to buy tracking collars and anti-poaching equipment for game rangers and cover vet and helicopter costs.

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