Fisher Foundation Africa

Over 10 000 rhino poached in South Africa during the past decade. 451 in 2021. 448 in 2022. 499 in 2023. Pangolins are the world’s most trafficked animal. Over 1 million pangolins poached in Africa during the past decade. That equates to one every five minutes.

Board of Trustees


Richard Iain Fisher


Richard Fisher is the founder and executive chairman of City Logistics, one of South Africa’s largest privately-owned logistics companies. His success in the world of business has afforded him to follow his passion by establishing his own foundation to make a meaningful difference in conservation awareness and community upliftment.

Renowned for his philanthropy and having an astute eye for funding start-ups and visionary acquisitions, he is passionate about effecting change in conservation through strategic partnerships and alliances.


Bruce Gould


Bruce has a wealth of experience in the world of business, holding executive and senior positions with local and international organizations across the private and corporate sectors.

His particular success has been in integrating different businesses, fostering cultures of consolidation and growth, while ensuring compliance to an ethical code of business conduct.

He currently sits on three boards and is a Trustee of a private equity company where his entrepreneurial spirit has inspired measurable success.

Based in London, with regular travel throughout Europe and Africa, Bruce is also passionate about sport and nature. He is married with a son at Exeter University and a daughter in high school.


Frank du Toit


Frank is a chartered accountant (CA SA) by profession and consequently a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). He has worked for City Logistics for over 12 years and is the current group Chief Financial Officer.

Frank will oversee the fiduciary aspects of the foundation and, together with The Board, will ensure that the management and allocation of funding is transparent and astutely controlled.


Grant Leversha


Grant has extensive experience in photography and publishing over the past 30 years, managing some of South Africa’s largest corporate photo/media portfolios.

Shortly after starting his photographic career in 1992, Grant soon became the Springbok Rugby Team’s official photographer for a period of nine years and was intimately involved in sport, event and social responsibility work during South Africa’s transition into democracy.

He found his passion in golf course photography in the mid 1990s and over time has established himself as one of the world’s esteemed photographers in this genre with a string of awards to his name and his work showcased globally. In 2013, his self-published tome entitled Within an African Eden, scooped the majority of the international art-book publishing awards hosted in the USA.