How to Laugh Off Load Shedding

WCC offers you the expertise to keep you laughing in the light during load shedding. Why not buy a UPS inverter set from Whale Coast Conservation and have electricity to continue working through Eskom’s load shedding episodes? WCC tailors an inverter system to suit your specific needs. WCC has 600 Watt and 1200 Watt inverter systems, and offers larger systems …

And the Show Went On

Whale Coast Conservation hosted the first of its monthly talks for 2015 at the Green House last night. There was some concern from members of the audience that the load shedding in the area would prevent speaker Sean Privett from showing his beautiful fynbos images. Of course they need not have worried. WCC is completely independent of Eskom power trough …

WCC New Features & Soon to Come

Greetings fellow humans my name is Dante, I am the IT Technician of Whale Coast Conservation. Well I do not often post blog post that I have actually written myself but this is one of those rare times. As with all things in life, we the WCC find ourselves needing either new innovative solutions to the problems of conservation or …

Thought Provoking Talk by Richard Peirce

Richard Peirce, well known shark conservationist and author of the recently published book The Poachers Moon gave a thought-provoking talk at the Green House at the end of November. The thesis of his talk was that the many NGOs working in the area of wildlife conservation are perhaps sending out the wrong message themselves. In order to publicise the good …

WCC Staff Accredited for Skills Training

During November some of the WCC staff members attended a 5-day Assessors Training course held by Accredited Training Services in Cape Town. Rob Fryer, Delray Janse van Rensburg, Shirley Volkwyn and Ingrid du Plessis are now qualified Assessors on South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) standard. The course provided a good platform to meet various service providers in the Education and …

A Big Thank You

  Whale Coast Conservation was privileged to be one of the beneficiaries of the Night of 1,000 drawings – the brainchild of 12 art galleries in Hermanus. On the 5th of December the people of Hermanus flocked to the galleries and generously gave their R100s in exchange for works of art by the famous and the not-so-famous-yet. A handsome sum …