Dancing for rhino event lit up

Juliane Ockenfels and mireille Ockenfels.

Deutsche Internationale Schule hosted the 5th annual Dancing for Rhinos dinner on Saturday evening.

Dancing for Rhinos has become an annual formal event in Pretoria and sees dancers and musicians display their talent.

The five star show also includes an exquisite three-course dinner.

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Speaker of the day Tanja West said: “We started (this project) with a little group and a small budget about five years ago. Together, we picked up courage and slowly we evolved.
“Five years down the line, here we are with a huge team fighting to save our rhinos.”

West said the focus was not only about creating awareness but also to give knowledge around all rhino-related issues.

“As humanity, we should stop our greed and unite. If we are to save our rhinos, we need to hang on our common goal. What will be Africa without its soul?

She said societies needed to take a stand to ensure that the rhinos roam the land freely.

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