Princess are not stereotypical daredevils.
However, last week Princess Nandi Zulu, daughter of the Zulu King, proved everyone wrong as she skydived about 10 000 feet to raise funds in support of Project Rhino KZN.
The plane took off from Hluhluwe Game Reserve’s airstrip carrying both the princess and Truman Ndlovu, the reserve manager and head of the anti-poaching unit at Thanda Safari in Northern Kwazulu-Natal, who also strapped on a parachute and took the leap against poaching.
WATCH: The faceless heroes in combat on the frontlines of SA's rhino-poaching war
Project Rhino KZN is an intensive anti-poaching and conservation collaboration between KwaZulu-Natal’s (KZN) game reserves, conservation organisations, government bodies and anti-poaching security specialists.
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