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OneUnited Roar Talent ChallengeTalented? Passionate about lions? Get involved in the Global One United Roar Talent Challenge – designed for youth worldwide to make a difference.Amazing prizes include a trip for 6 winners to the heart of White Lion territories – you’ll be hosted by the Global White Lion Protection Trust, a leading conservation organisation operating out of...

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched they must be felt with the heart - Helen Keller. At the White Lion Trust our concern is for all lions across the globe, and particularly in Africa, this enlightening article by author Brian Jackman shares the story about the slow destruction of...

A recently published article by the scientifically acclaimed Society for Conservation Biology, features a factual overview by lion ecologist Jason A. Turner of the history of white lions and the Global White Lion Protection Trust’s conservation strategy for South Africa’s iconic species, highlighting their critical conservation importance in light of the imminent threat to the survival...

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing away of Mandla, our great King. The gentle giant, who’s original name was As-lan (meaning “StarLion”), passed painlessly and peacefully. Many of you shared parts of his extraordinary journey with us.For almost two decades, this majestic lion represented the life-force behind our project; and his legacy...

Protecting African Lions (P.A.L) and The Global White Lion Protection Trust (WLT) have joined forces under the White Lion Trust's newly launched One United Roar (O.U.R Campaign for Lions). The campaign was launched on World Lion Day with the aim of achieving greater protection for Lions and all endangered species globally. The O.U.R. campaign is supported by Archbishop...

O.U.R. LIONHEARTED CALL TO ACTION:1WRITE to South African Nature Conservation (DEA) and express your anger, dismay and disgust in the strongest terms possible at the legalizing of the reprehensible Lion Bones Trade in lions. Deputy Director  Mpho Tjiane (CITES policy development and implementation)  MTjiane@environment.gov.za2Support organisations that are protecting lions and their ecosystems against incredible odds. See the...

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