An opportunity has been created for lodges, farms and businesses to advertise on the Rooiberg Bewaria website featuring logo’s with a direct link to your website at a cost of R1000 per annum for the large top banners and R500 per annum for the smaller banners.
You are welcome to contact me should you need more information or if you are interested to make use of this opportunity.
Tel: 014 734 1734 (Business Hours)
TO ROOIBERG BEWARIA
The Waterberg Mountain Range is one of Limpopo’s major mountain ranges. Within the borders of this designated area, operates Rooiberg Bewaria, protecting and conserving a unique and delicate store house of biological diversity.
Rooiberg Bewaria is an initiative of a group of private individuals in the Rooiberg District, 80km west of Bela-Bela. The purpose of this non-profit organization is for the protection and safe keeping of our fauna and flora, with specific focus on the protection of our rhino population.
Although Biodiversity is high on the agenda of the Rooiberg Bewaria founder members, it is believed that sustainability can only be achieved through the commitment of all the stakeholders, without exception. Success will only be achieved if everyone gets on board, from national to local government, to local businesses, communities, organizations, and anyone living in the area.
Rooiberg Bewaria was established by a handful concerned landowners as a Public Benefit Organisation, The South African Revenue Services (“SARS”) confirmed on 26 February 2014 that Rooiberg Bewaria qualified as a Public Benefit Organisation (“PBO”) as set out in section 30(3) of the Income Tax Act No 58 of 1962 (“the Act”) on 8 November 2013.
WHAT WE DO
Promoting the appropriate and well considered planning of land use in the area.
Investigating all ventures proposed for the area in order to establish whether the proposed activity should be allowed or not.
Investigating all ventures proposed for the area in order to establish whether or not the legally required permitting process to obtain formal authorization of the proposed activity has been complied with, both in law and in the spirit of the law.
Promoting the fire protection of the area by liaising closely with the relevant authorities.
Promoting the upgrading and the maintenance of existing roads.
Promoting eco-tourism and the protection of our fauna and flora.
Promoting the safety and well-being of members of the Society.
Promoting social stability.