The Rhinose is a stylized plastic rhino horn made in South Africa from recycled (and recyclable) polypropylene, which is the same material ice cream cartons are made from. It is 18 cm long and 15 cm wide with four attachment points enabling it to be fixed securely to the grille of a car with cable ties.
Where To Buy
Rhinoses are available at over 200 CNA stores countrywide at R30 each, along with packets of four cable ties at R3 each.
For schools and corporate bulk purchases with no delivery charge please visit your nearest CNA store to place an order, which will be delivered to that same branch for collection. The minimum order is per box of 100 Rhinoses, and boxes cannot be split into part orders (i.e. only full boxes of 100, 200, 300, etc. can be ordered). Payment is by cash or credit/debit card in-store. Please note that it is not possible to order Rhinoses online from CNA, nor is it possible for CNA to accept payment by EFT/bank transfer.
Bulk purchases by means of EFT/bank transfer can be ordered directly from the Rhinose Foundation, with a delivery charge of R100 per box within South Africa. Please contact us to place your order (minimum 100 Rhinoses in sealed boxes of 100 units each). We will respond with our banking details and an invoice number as reference for your deposit. Once we have confirmation of payment, we will dispatch your order with a delivery time of about a week, subject to Rhinose demand and supply. firstname.lastname@example.org
At 18 cm in length it is perfectly legal to attach the Rhinose to the front of a vehicle.
Regulations 227 and 228 in terms of Section 25 of the National Road Traffic Act No. 93 of 1996, as set down by the South African Department of Transport allow for a protrusion up to 30 cm beyond the front end of a motor vehicle, and up to 60 cm to the front of the axle centre of the front wheel of a motor cycle or quad bike. When attaching a Rhinose to a motorcycle, please note that Regulation 157 states that it is illegal to obscure the headlamp, which must lighted at all times when driving.