Regions & Groups

REGIONS & GROUPS – Connecting Conservation Across KZN

As of March 2023, Ezemvelo HOs has undergone a significant transformation. Recognizing the need for closer alignment with Ezemvelo’s operations and the growing diversity of our groups, we expanded our regional presence from three to four distinct regions within KwaZulu-Natal.

By operating in multiple regions, each overseen by a Regional Committee, we are better positioned to serve the unique needs of our local communities and the distinct ecological challenges faced across KwaZulu-Natal.

In previous years, the Honorary Officers in coastal regions were actively engaged in both marine and terrestrial conservation activities. However, changes in marine legislative structures, which came into effect a few years ago, saw the marine-focused groups amalgamated with the terrestrial groups. While our commitment to marine conservation remains steadfast, our approach has adapted to these new circumstances.

North East Region

Enseleni

Field Guides

Hluhluwe  

Hluhluwe Hilltop  

iMfolozi  

Kosi Bay  

Siyaya Coastal Park

Sodwana

St Lucia

Tembe Ndumo  

uMkhuze & Ozabeni Cluster  

North West Region

Drakensberg Trails

Estcourt

Ithala  

Ladysmith (Spioenkop)

Monks Cowl

Newcastle

Phongolo

Pine Busters

Royal Natal

Wagendrift

Weenen  

South East Region

Kenneth Stainbank  

Krantzkloof  

Mpenjati  

Mzimkhulu

North Durban  

Tugela Mvemvane

Vernon Crookes

South West Region

Game Management

Greytown

Hunting & Extension

Kamberg  

Lions River

Midmar

Mount Currie

Pietermaritzburg

Richmond  

Southern Drakensberg

Thurlow

Wildlife Investigations

 

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