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Banking Details:

Name             : Tenikwa Wildlife Rehabilitation and Awareness NPC
Bank              : Investec Bank Limited
Branch Code : 580105
Branch Name : 100 Grayston Drive
Account          : 10012697932
Swift Code      : IVESZAJJ

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Visit our online shop which has been set up in conjunction with The Atlas Bear. When you buy items from this store, part of the proceeds are donated to Tenikwa to help us rehabilitate wild animals and get them back to the wild where they belong.

Buy a gift voucher for Tenikwa

Buy a Gift Voucher now, and redeem it when you visit Tenikwa.  Use it against any of our tours, and also against our accommodation and overnight experiences. The Gift Voucher can also be given as a present to someone special.

Covid-19 Relief for wildlife button

The Covid-19 Pandemic has left us without our prime source of funding.  Despite this, a small team of dedicated staff are on-site to care for the animals of Tenikwa, and to admit wildlife in need of rehabilitation during this period. 

We have come up with several ways in which you can help us care for the animals.  Any financial support, no matter how small during this trying time, would be greatly appreciated, so that we can continue being there for our wildlife.

Donate to help Digger the warthog during Covid

This is Digger. He is a resident Warthog that came to us as a confiscated, illegal pet. He eats a lot, loves his mud pool and has a best friend that’s a goat, Mildred. Your R 35.00 donation buys a days worth of dry rations for him and his best friend. Thank you for your support!

Donate to help feed penguins in rehabilitation during Covid

Our penguins are a story of joy and hope. In the last two years, in conjunction with our Conservation partners, we have successfully released 11 batches of rehabilitated penguins even during lockdown!

Your donation here will buy 5kg of sardines that will feed our current batch of penguins in rehabilitation for 2 days!

Donate to help rehabilitation during Covid

Our rehabilitation facility currently has many animals requiring food, health care, medication and special treatment. Your donation here helps us to help them. Our main goal is to release these animals back into the wild in safe places, away from human interference and in a healthy condition that improves their chances of survival. Thank you for your support!

Donate to help feed Zwe the leopard during Covid

A firm favorite among visitors is our male Leopard, ZweLakhe, (pronounced Zwee-laa-key). He is fed daily and often we can hear him “pant-grunting” as we go about our daily business. Leopards are highly valued in illegal trade and we are very fortunate to have Zwe safe and sound with us at Tenikwa. Donate now towards his care.

Cape Grysbok being fed milk in rehab at Tenikwa

Since Lockdown in March 2020, we have seen an increase in victims of the bushmeat crisis.  As hunger sweeps our country, the poorest of the community turn to our wildlife as a source of food.  The endearing Cape Grysbok is often a victim of these snares. Please help us by sponsoring the milk costs of orphanned grysbokkies in rehab currently.  Thank you for your support!


Help Feed Duma Button during Covid-19

This is Duma. He is an older boy now going on 12 years old! He currently eats about 3kg of food a day. He has specially prepared meals, he has fresh chickens that are skinned, have hard bones removed and specially prepped for his aging requirements. Your Donation buys his food for the day. Thank you for your support!

Donate to help feed meerkats during Covid

Meerkats are often considered to be good “pet” animals. This is not the case. They have highly developed social structures and need large family groups and lots of space to survive. For this reason we receive a LOT of meerkats. Your donation here helps to feed our Meerkat families for the day.

Donate to help lions during Covid

This is our king of Tenikwa, MKulu. He lives at Tenikwa with his sister, Kaluma.  Lions have always captured peoples’ imaginations and he helps us to educate our guests about the plight of lions in Africa. He eats on average 4Kg of food a day. Your donation helps relieve a large part of the costs in feeding and in turn helps drive more funds to our rehab program.

Help us to manage our rehabilitation costs by donating a small sum of money each month through PayPal. Sponsor a kennel in our High Care area.

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Sponsorship Options

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For our Wildlife Hospital

We are always in need of various bandages supplies, in particular Cipla-Band 5cm, 7.5cm Cohesive Bandages, Pink Elastic Adhesive Bandage 2.5cm, 5cm and 7.5cm, Conforming Bandages 5cm, 7.5cm and 10cm, Colastic Cohesive Elastic Conforming Bandage 7.5cm and 10cm, Softcrepe Crepe Bandages, Mediwove Open Weave Bandage 10cm, TreatRap 7.5cm Conforming Bandage, SoftBan Synthetic 5cm and 7.5cm, Easifix Conforming Retention Bandages 5cm, 7.5cm, Blue Gauze Sterile Swabs 5’s (100mmx100mm), 8 ply Gauze Cotton Swabs 100mmx 100mm

Steri-stitches, Various Sizes

Needles – Gauges 27″, 21″,17″ x 1/2″ in particular

Syringes – 60ml Catheter End, 20cc, 10ml, 5ml, 2ml, 1cc, 1cc Insulin Syringes

General Items such as White Board and Permanent Ink Markers, Plastic White Patient ID Tags, Ear Buds, Blades

Equipment Needs

1 Small Autoclave to sterilize equipment

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For our Laboratory

Fecal Float Kits

Microscope Slides

Microscope Stain & fixative

Microscope Oil

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For our High Care Area

Replacement Infra-red Heat Bulbs

Hot Water Bottles

We also use a lot of newspaper, black rubbish bags, tile cleaner, scrubbing brushes