WESSA (the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) is a leading implementer of high-impact environmental and conservation initiatives in southern Africa.
With a remarkable history of 90 years, WESSA is an NGO with a proud track record of enabling individuals and organisations to use natural resources sustainably, and is a trusted and effective project partner. We are driven by the critical focus areas of our work which include the international eco-labels of Eco-Schools and Blue Flag, environmental education and training, the conservation of life-supporting biodiversity and water resources, climate change mitigation and adaptation, environmental governance, and the WESSA Rhino and Elephant initiatives.
WESSA is looking to appoint Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) to its Board, based on fulfilling the requirements of WESSA’s Employment Equity (EE) strategy. As such, this opportunity is restricted to EE candidates.
Celebrating 90 years of caring for the earth
WESSA officially came into being in 1926, when a group of passionate individuals got together and successfully campaigned for the proclamation of Kruger National Park.
WESSA is calling for applications from unemployed South African youth for a 28 month learnership funded by the National Department of Tourism.
WESSA and Kruger National Park are both celebrating their 90th birthdays this year and have partnered to offer an exciting photographic competition with amazing prizes!
Whether you have just 60 seconds or five minutes to spare or really want to get stuck in, there are many different ways you can get involved with WESSA and help us make a difference to our environment.