We are a registered Non Profit Company which want to give more to the community as well as our viewers and the environment.
What we will be doing in our NPC is to educate orphans about fish and the environment as well as taking them on exciting camping trips. In later stages we will be involving paraplegic children with snorkelling as well as taking blind children to do some exciting fishing experiences.
We consist of five people being Myself Theo Potgieter, my business partners Jaco Ströh and Pieter De Beer who are the Directors of Inhlanzi Extreme. With us we have Amanda Potgieter who is the Administrator and Chantel Ströh who is our Events Coordinator.
How we came up with Inhlanzi Extreme is we obviously love fishing. It is so bad it drives our wives mad, which is made us to think how we could get this ball on the roll whilst getting the wives involved. I was born and bred in Durban, Jaco is from Nelspruit and Pieter from Barberton. I moved to Johannesburg two years ago but still have the KZN blood in me and that is how we came up with the name Inhlanzi Extreme. Inhlanzi is the IsiZulu word for fish, which in English makes the name Fish Extreme.
We have many exciting ideas that we will be featuring in our shows. We will start from the basic fishing gear which you can find in your everyday store to catch fish with right up to the expensive quality gear to fish with to prove that fishing does not have to be expensive depending on what you want to target or how involved you are in the sport.
We will also be having a few crazy ideas that we are going to share with you like tips and tricks as well as homemade crazy crafts to try fish off, dares and challenges which will either make you sit on the edge of your seat or fall off your seat with laughter.
We have just registered with SAAMBR so we will be tagging and releasing fish for marine biological studies and have a few interviews with some well renowned marine biologists and nature conservationists to see how we can contribute to the well being of our waters and to give you the understanding of what is happening to our waters.