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Pride 'n Purpose, Ulusaba

Ulusaba: Ntseveni School Construction Project

The Pride ‘N Purpose team have been helping to coordinate and fund a new construction project at the local Ntseveni School.

Mont Rochelle, Ulusaba

Guest Blog – Caviar and Cashmere

Following her recent stay at Mont Rochelle and Ulusaba, Caitlyn Chase, founder of popular luxury lifestyle blog Caviar and Cashmere, has kindly written about her stay.

Pride 'n Purpose, Ulusaba

Ulusaba: Community spirit

While visiting Ulusaba, community tours and excursions organised by Pride ‘n Purpose, are a fantastic way to engage and help give back to the local communities.

Ulusaba

Ulusaba: Rhino Warriors

Rhino poaching is currently at crisis point all over Africa, with the numbers of rhinos being killed by poachers on the rise.

A little bird told us...

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The Archive

  • 2017 May
  • 25th May 2017

    The Pride ‘N Purpose team have been helping to coordinate and fund a new construction project at the local Ntseveni School.

    18th May 2017

    Following her recent stay at Mont Rochelle and Ulusaba, Caitlyn Chase, founder of popular luxury lifestyle blog Caviar and Cashmere, has kindly written about her stay.

  • 2017 April
  • 3rd April 2017

    While visiting Ulusaba, community tours and excursions organised by Pride ‘n Purpose, are a fantastic way to engage and help give back to the local communities.

  • 2017 March
  • 1st March 2017

    Rhino poaching is currently at crisis point all over Africa, with the numbers of rhinos being killed by poachers on the rise.

  • 2017 February
  • 6th February 2017

    Following the recent rainfall we mentioned on recently on the blog, there has been a good amount of rain for the first half of the summer and so the animals and vegetation are reaping the rewards.

  • 2017 January
  • 24th January 2017

    After gruelling months of drought (the most severe following the lowest annual rainfall ever recorded in South Africa), the start of the rain has been a welcome relief for many of the animals who live in the area.