Who Are We


On the vast plains of the South African Savannah roamed an animal which had the stripes of a zebra and hide of a horse. The Quagga was a majestic Equus indigenous to South Africa, but after years of exploitation and lack of preservation, the species was declared extinct in the 19th century. Today, the phenotype of the Quagga has been recreated in hopes of reviving herds of this striking species. 
The story of the Quagga of South Africa is a cautionary tale to society today. It speaks of the ability of humankind to destroy nature, but it also speaks of our ability to revive and restore. Kwagga Earth is a tribute to the spirit of the Quagga which still lives on today. 
Born on the east coast of South Africa, Kwagga Earth is the rebirth of hope. We believe that the best way to protect nature is to act proactively. Each one of us has the power to reduce the waste we leave on our planet. Together, our small acts can make a big difference. 

Our Mission

Kwagga Earth is a platform committed to promoting sustainability. We would like to be a voice for change and create a space to promote the combat of global warming. 
Ultimately, we would like to lead and support global community-based projects that are geared towards achieving a more sustainable future for our planet.
Umzingisi Akanashwa. One who perseveres has no misfortune.” 
  - South African Proverb 

Our values

As a platform, we strive to be honest with the information that we provide to our readers. We pledge to have a transparent process centered around environmental sustainability. 

Community-upliftment and environmental conservation form a significant part of Kwagga Earth's ethos. It is through kindness and compassion that we believe our platform will make a true difference. 

Kwagga Earth is committed to creating a platform which spreads awareness about the many issues affecting the planet today. Through the promotion of sustainable practices, we believe that we can help individuals to lead a life more conscientious of the world's many delicate ecosystems.