The Western world has always tried to impose on Africa its natural resource management principles. Public opinion is systematically manipulated using sensationalist Western media, cuddly cartoon characters and social media.
Preservationism, the idea that wildlife should roam free in some kind of idyllic Eden with no human influence, is presented as the only doctrine. This ideology has given rise to the indignant keyboard conservationist whose animal rights mantra rings out across cyberspace, crowding out any rational discourse.
But should Africa be dictated to how to manage its natural resources using punitive foreign laws?
The continent does have its challenges. Wildlife and wilderness are under threat from many quarters, but there are practical ways of dealing with these issues.
This exciting 36-minute documentary traces the establishment of a unique game reserve situated on the border of the world-famous Kruger National Park. It is home to the only resident population of rhino in Mozambique.
Community development, anti-poaching and the day-to-day trials and tribulations are followed in this informative and moving movie.