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Black Friday Free P&P Offer

Posted by Sara White on

Christmas Shopping Made Easy -

Enjoy free shipping at the Real World Store this Black Friday. 

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Meet Titchy - new Tshirt design coming soon...

Posted by Sara White on

We are very excited to give you a sneak peak of our brand new Tshirt logo: Titchy Tembo. By the end of the month you will be able to purchase Titchy Tembo Tshirts, as well as hoodies, ladies Tshirts and children's Tshirts in a range of new colours. Tembo is the Swahili word for Elephant. In many cases when an elephant is poached illegally for its ivory it leaves behind a vulnerable orphan - a titchy tembo. We hope that by buying these Tshirts and wearing them with pride we can raise a significant sum of money for our partner...

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Guess the life-expectancy of a rhino that crosses from South Africa into Mozambique?

Posted by Robert Ferguson on

12-24 hours. Less than a day. This vast open border is where the South African rangers have to stop their protection work and Mozambique, poor after decades of civil war, doesn't have the resources to protect them. Local men are paid a pittance to take the risks and kill the animals, while the middle men and sellers in the Far East make a fortune on the horns and tusks of the dead rhino and elephants. How can it be stopped? Its not the fault of the local villagers, desperate to make a living for their families. Education, financial compensation for...

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T shirt promotion video with Save the Elephants

Posted by Robert Ferguson on

Our Christmas video may not have the budget or production standards of Buster the Bulldog or Mrs Claus, but we think its tells an important story.  Every T shirt we sell through our joint promotion with Save the Elephants will pay for an anti-poaching ranger for a day. We want to pay for a three man squad for a year.  Hope you enjoy it! Look out for that wobbling bottom!  

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Saba inspires at the RGS

Posted by Sara White on

Real Africa was delighted to return to the Royal Geographical Society on the evening of May 3rd 2016 to support Saba Douglas-Hamilton on the last night of her UK tour, A Life with Elephants. Just like Real Africa's 15th Anniversary event at the RGS, where Saba was our special guest, the venue was a sell-out with a queue around the block at one point! Saba was available during both the interval and after the event to meet guests and as always she spoke for far longer than scheduled recounting childhood stories, news from the field regarding modern day conservation and...

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