Rhino Conservation

Rhino conservation

It is difficult to state with absolute certainty how many black and white rhinos remain in South Africa and Africa as a whole. The most common consensus estimates the amount of black rhinos left in Africa to be between 4,000 – 5,500 individuals and White rhinos between 18,000 and 21,000 individuals.

Most of South Africa’s rhinos are located in large National Parks such as Kruger National Park and Hluhluwe-imfolozi Park. Some private farms and reserves also still contain populations of rhinos however as the threat of poaching becomes larger many are now removing these wonderful animals from their properties.

Shared Universe Ventures aims to conserve both black and white rhinos and play a vital role in preventing the extinction of their species. We owe it to ourselves and future generation to ensure that both black and white rhino can roam the African Savanah for generations to come.

The current trend in rhino poaching is unsustainable, however protecting rhinos is also an expensive venture, we have therefore created several other projects that will create value in the continuation of these species. We believe that by making a rhino worth more alive than dead we can ensure their continued existence. Have a look at a few of our other investments and see how we plan to achieve this.

In addition to our efforts we have also teamed up with The Shared Universe Foundation a registered Not-for-profit. Find out more about them www.shreduniversefoundation.org or donate by clicking on the below link.


Rhinos are perhaps the nearest living reminders we have to dinosaurs. The thought of the next generation not being able to experience these magnificent animals is heartbreaking.