Art as a force for good—Watch BBC News trailer, Rhinos: Killing and Corruption

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Saving the Wild Collection

Saving the Wild Collection by Thomas D. Mangelsen is his rarest print run ever, with just five editions each in the 16 image collection of Africa’s most endangered species. Half of all sales are donated to the groundbreaking environmental organization, Saving the Wild.

Mangelsen art collectors are now directly contributing towards the survival of the iconic rhino. Premiering August 18th, and running until September 6th, BBC Worldwide will present a 22 minute documentary; ‘Rhinos: Killing and Corruption’, featuring Saving the Wild’s courageous pursuit for justice.

‘Rhinos: Killing and Corruption’, featuring Saving the Wild’s courageous pursuit for justice.

BBC Africa correspondent Alastair Leithead investigates the alleged links between the illegal rhino horn trade and corruption in Zululand's courts and its national parks.

Premiering August 18th, and running until September 6th,
BBC Worldwide will present a 22 minute documentary;

Saving the Wild is the only non profit based in South Africa whose mandate is to pursue high level targets and expose the corruption driving rhinos into extinction - and yet it is the game changer in a bloody war that has dragged on for over a decade.

Says Jamie Joseph, Founder of Saving the Wild: “With the deepest appreciation for Tom’s generosity, passion and commitment to conservation, by harnessing ‘art as a force for good’, we have been able to accomplish that which has never been done before. From poaching kingpins to High Court Judges, we are not only exposing the corruption, we are now at the crossroad between extinction and a revolution.

Watch trailer for Rhinos: Killing and Curruption documentaryFind your local broadcast channel

#JusticeForRhinos

In April 2018, Musician Dave Matthews and global icon Dr. Jane Goodall signed on to Saving the Wild’s #JusticeForRhinos Open Letter to the South Africa government. Three days later the front page news headline across the country signaled a wave a change: ‘Game Over for Crooked Authorities’.

Thomas D. Mangelsen and Jamie Joseph, founder of Saving the Wild
Thomas D. Mangelsen and Jamie Joseph, founder of Saving the Wild

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