The Biggest Rhino Cake In The World


Our friends at Rhinos in Africa Foundation have come up with a brilliant idea to help raise funds for the Rescued Rhinos @ HESC. They have taken on the mammoth task of creating #TheBiggestRhinoCakeInTheWorld!
The rhino cake will be designed and sculptured by celebrity cake master, Dot Klerck, and will be on display at The Good Food and Wine Show at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 27 to 29 May 2016.
Raffle tickets are also on sale for ZAR30 (thirty rand) and the lucky entrant stands to win a diamond necklace. This 84-centimetre necklace was individually designed and completely handcrafted in a combination of yellow and white gold set with nine round, brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.45 carats (colour G/H and clarity VS1/2). This special necklace retails at approximately ZAR30 000 (thirty thousand rand).
All proceeds from the raffle will be donated to HESC.
You can purchase a ticket online at via a secure online credit card payment portal. Confirmation of your purchase will be sent to, who will issue your raffle ticket electronically.
a) Click on
b) Click on ‘send’
c) Add the email address
d) Choose the amount you’d like to contribute (being the value of the number of tickets you wish to purchase @ R30.00 per ticket)
e) Click ‘continue’
f) Please use the words “Diamond Raffle” as reference.
g) Please email and you will be sent your raffle ticket electronically
Alternatively you can purchase a ticket using the Give ‘n Gain Rescued Rhinos @ HESC platform, using the link to our Rescued Rhinos cause:
Please use the words “Diamond Raffle” as reference.
Please email and you will be sent your raffle ticket electronically.
You can also make a deposit to the following account:
Bank: Nedbank Limited
Account holder: Wildlife Conservation Trust
Account number: 1096987023
Type: Current account
Branch code: 198765
Reference: Diamond Raffle
Please email and you will be sent your raffle ticket electronically.
Terms and Conditions are listed on the dedicated event page. Visit the Rhinos In Africa Facebook Page, like the page and join the event page. You will also find more information about the day, and the sponsors.