On the morning of Thursday, the 12th of March 2014, King’s school was graced by the visit of Isabel Wolfe Gillespie and her two colleagues, Kate and Karen.
Isabel, who originally hails from Germany, came to our shores eight years ago to pursue an internship in a Wildlife game park in the Eastern Cape. Her daily duties involved touring around on horseback with visitors to the park and showing them wildlife.
“I was so concerned when we lost a number of rhinos due to the scourge of poaching that has mushroomed in the country and the continent at large” said Isabelle. This is the reason she and her Husband Lloyd started RHINO KNIGHTS, an awareness campaign to curb rhino poaching.