Honorary Officers volunteer their time and expertise to supplement and support the staff of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife. Honorary Officers are jointly appointed by local Ezemvelo Conservation Managers and the Honorary Officer Group Committees for each Ezemvelo Station or District
Honorary Officers’ duties and powers are specifically legislated in terms of the KZN Nature Conservation Management Amendment Act. Honorary Officer status enables volunteers to act as agents of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, as specified by all relevant legislation and enjoy both the responsibilities and privileges attached to this status.
We are all about conservation – and that means doing whatever is necessary, whether it’s a litter patrol, cleaning toilets, monitoring Bearded Vulture populations in the extreme climes of the high Drakensberg or helping to marshall a mountainbike race to raise funds for Ezemvelo.