03.01.2011 The huge chunk of change has the sanctuary's owners Rudie and Marlicevan Vuuren feeling “overjoyed.” Said Dara Barrett, head of finance at Naankuse, “Some of the donated funds will be used in the running of a clinic ...http://www.thefablife.com/
Marlice Elretha Jansen van Vuuren born 14 May 1976 as Marlice Elrethra van der Merwe, is a popular Namibian conservationist who grew up surrounded by animals on her parents' farm in Namibia where for more than 30 years injured or orphaned animals have found refuge. Marlice also grew up closely with the San Bushmen community and is one of only a handful of white people who can speak their language.
06.05.2009 The team flew up to Namibia, which has the world's largest wild cheetah population, and found with a woman called Marlicevan Vuuren who rehabilitates wild animals, including cheetahs at her game farm near Windhoek.http://www.marklives.com/wordpress/
23.04.2012 [Toutelatele.com] - En Namibie, Marlicevan Vuuren se bat pour protéger les espèces en voie de disparition et défendre les intérêts des Bochimans. Marlicevan Vuuren exploite avec son frère une ferme familiale qui recueille depuis plus de trente ans des animaux blessés ou
08.03.2012 [e-Travel Blackboard (press release)] - Wild Animal Orphans explores the work of conservationists Marlicevan Vuuren and husband, Dr Rudie van Vuuren founders and directors of N/a'an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary. Showcasing the work of the sanctuary and how the day to day life of this
07.03.2012 [Asia Edition] - Wild Animal Orphans explores the work of conservationists Marlicevan Vuuren and husband, Dr Rudie van Vuuren founders and directors of N/a'an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary. Showcasing the work of the sanctuary and how the day to day life of this
06.03.2012 [Asia Edition] - On the evening of 29 February 2012 conservationists Dr Rudie van Vuuren and wife Marlicevan Vuuren hosted the prestigious launch event of four new and exciting projects which are great news for Namibian conservation and tourism: N/a'an ku sê Lodge and