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We are hugely excited to announce that after 2 decades of campaigning for lions’ protection, we are greatly encouraged that many of the major airlines have now pledged not to carry the trophies of endangered species on their flights, in the response to the tragic killing of the famous Zimbabwean lion Cecil. The list of airlines taking a principled position: Delta Airlines British Airways Virgin Atlantic American Airlines United...

Video kindly created and donated by Emily Trombetta-Mabbs – Interviewer, Sumit Singh - Camera Person, Tafadzwa Mushipe - Producer/Director/Editor “Ann’s challenge to run 111 miles to raise money and awareness to help save the white lions of Africa is truly inspirational. The white lions are astonishing creatures; magical, regal and powerful, but globally there are only 500...

The Global White Lion Protection Trust (WLT) has sent an urgent letter of objection to the Director-General of Environmental Affairs, highlighting major concerns about the proposed National Biodiversity Management Plan (BMP) for Lions in South Africa (Gazette No. 38706). As the proposed Biodiversity Management Plan stands, it will  1)  legitimise the notorious malpractice of captive breeding and...

CEO of the WLT, Linda Tucker, with her beloved mentor Our LionHeart reaches out to all who knew and loved Dr Ian Player, most especially to his beloved wife, Ann, their daughter Jessica, the Player family and extended family around the world, both human and animal. Dr Ian Player was Patron of the Global White Lion Protection...

by Jason Turner Below is an article that appeared in the Cape Argus last weekend. The stats speak for themselves - lions are in crisis, and they need our urgent protection. Of the 3,100 wild lions in South Africa, about 1,900 lions can be found in the Greater Kruger Park Region, and of these only 14 are...

The WLT will be commemorating World Lion Day together with our local community, who will be marching for the urgent protection of their White Lion heritage. The Sepedi and Tsonga people believe in the sacred importance of the White Lions, and many regard them lovingly as family members. However, White Lions have been artificially removed...

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