About Us

Our Story So Far

Since 2015 we have been working hard to protect one of the most biodiverse and important conservation areas on the planet, Maputaland, part of a world biodiversity hotspot and a Centre of Endemism.

Rehabitate Wildlife Fund is the implementing arm in South Africa and Ubuntu Wildlife Trust is our Fundraising and awareness arm based in the United Kingdom. Both charities originally started out in 2015 under the name The Wild Lion Trust. This was a small vehicle to support the work of reserves and larger charities in the area. However, we realised that there were important gaps in the work being done, particularly with the restoration and expansion of habitats, and that we needed to change and grow The Wild Lion Trust. Thus Rehabitate and Ubuntu were born.

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Our Team

Clinton Wright

Chief Vision Officer Rehabitate
Trustee of Ubuntu Wildlife Trust

Clinton has a BSc. (Agric.) Animal Science degree, BSc. (Hons.) Wildlife Management and MSc. Wildlife Management. He has over 20 years of experience in community conservation, education, and charity work having co-founded 5 charities in the US, UK and SA. He was the driving force behind the formation of the Greater Ukuwela Nature Reserve and co-authored the government accepted Protected Areas Management plan and various Management Plans for declared reserves. Clinton manages the projects on the ground, communicates with role players and stakeholders of reserves and the community, and forges the vision for various Rehabitate and Ubuntu programmes.

Martin Randall

Director Rehabitate
Chairman Ubuntu Wildlife Trust
Construction Specialist

Martin is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB). He is currently the Specifications Manager at Xtratherm and is based in the United Kingdom. Martyn has spent his working life in the construction industry and uses his business skills and contacts to drive forward the excellent team he has built around him.

Brendyn Fahy

Vice Chairman Rehabitate
Vice-Chairman Ubuntu Wildlife Trust

Brendyn holds a BSc. (Agric.) Animal Science degree and is the and is a co-founder of both Rehabitate and Ubuntu. Brendyn currently works in the engineering world and is an entrepreneur and visionary who has started multiple successful businesses. His true passion has always been wildlife and much of his business acumen is directed to making a difference in conservation. Brendyn's primary role is to drive forward the vision of Rehabitate and liaise between the two related charities to ensure they work in tandem to achieve our collective objectives. He further connects Rehabitate to the business world in creating pathways for corporates to make positive change in the world.

Barbara Garcia Wright

Entomologist Rehabitate
Plant Specialist Rehabitate
Trustee at Ubuntu Wildlife Trust

Barbara is one of the regions leading entomological, arachnid, and flowering plant specialists. She has over 5 years experience in collecting, rearing, and describing arthropods in the project region and recently discovered and described the world’s most recent and largest widow spider, Latrodectus umbukwane, from the endangered sand forest. She manages a regional species list and multiple social media sites dedicated to the region’s biodiversity.

Brendyn Fahy

Director Rehabitate
Trustee Ubuntu Wildlife Trust
Marketing Specialist

Silke is currently the Coca-Cola Senior Director, Afric, and was formerly the Castle Lite Brand director for Anheuser-Busch InBev. She has a Masters degree in Marketing and completed courses in Digital Marketing, and Management and Business Development. With 12 years commercial marketing experience, Silke believes that brands have the responsibility to shape culture and that is only possible when marketers are agile and courageous. She has won multiple awards for her work and actively serving as a Diversity and Inclusion ambassador. Silke drives the marketing aspects of Rehabitate and Ubuntu to help us increase the impactful footprint of the organisations.

Kheta Tembe

Director Rehabitate
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife
Big 5 Reserve Manager Specialist

Kheta Amos Tembe is the Law Enforcement Manager of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife's Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park, the home of the white rhino and one of South Africa's most important Big 5 Reserves. He was the former reserve manager at Ndumo Game Reserve, a reserve of international wetland importance (RAMSAAR).