About PNHF

Based in Phalaborwa in the Limpopo province of South Africa, Phalaborwa Natural Heritage Foundation (PNHF) is a non-profit company (NPC registration 2020/872513/08). 

Situated on the border of Kruger National Park, Phalaborwa is the only town to have a gate into this famous natural attraction within the town limits. It is also surrounded by private nature reserves and protected areas. 

PNHF focuses on assisting these reserves with anti-poaching and conservation activities including, snare removal, animal rescues and relocations, data collection and research, environmental education and community outreach projects.

Our work would not be possible without the help of partners such as LEDET (Limpopo Economic Development Environmental Affairs and Tourism), EWT (Endangered Wildlife Trust), Elephants Alive, Down to the Wire as well as our fantastic local veterinarians.

PNHF is a 100% voluntary organisation, and we rely on our loyal volunteers to forego their weekends to join us on snare sweeps and other operations.

To find out more about PNHF and how you can support our endeavours, continue to browse our website, or contact us should you have any other questions.