‘STROOP’ die Film (‘POACHED’ the Film) - Captured In Africa
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‘STROOP’ die Film is an independently funded Afrikaans feature film (with English subtitles) about the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa. Presenter/Producer and 50|50 Television personality Bonné de Bod takes you on a personal mission to tell a warts-an-all account of the issues of Rhino poaching, which includes visiting and documenting first-hand what the rangers, forensic experts, government ministers, orphan rehabilitators, fundraisers, military, NGOs and countless other South Africans and international groups are doing in the current crisis. The documentary is directed/produced by wildlife film-maker Susan Scott.

Making a difference: 2015 saw Captured In Africa host an exclusive itinerary for members of the Hong Kong Scouts Association and Jane Goodall Institute, for which the team from ‘STROOP’ gave a presentation about their film and also discussed with the students the crisis facing Rhinos.

Website: www.facebook.com/stroopdiefilm


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