Conservationist Francoise Malby-Anthony on conservation, her life and work
The Cape Town Press Club together with Pan Macmillan and Kelvin Grove are honoured to present Francoise Malby-Anthony.
Conservationist Francoise Malby-Anthony founded the Thula Thula game reserve in 1998 with her late husband, the bestselling author Lawrence Anthony (“The Elephant Whisperer”). When Lawrence died in 2012, she took over the running of the reserve. And she became the custodian of a remarkable family of elephants whose adventures have since touched hearts around the world through her book, “The Elephant in My Kitchen”. She also set up a wildlife rehabilitation centre to care for orphaned rhinos and other animals.
Malby-Anthony was recently honoured by France, which awarded her the Chevalier de L’Ordre Nationale du Mérite.
Francoise Malby-Anthony will address the members of the Cape Town Press Club and Kelvin Grove on conservation and her life and work.
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