wayne bolton

Inspiring Change!

wayne bolton


A son of the African soil, Wayne Bolton lived in Zambia and Zimbabwe before settling in South Africa where he married his wife of 27 years. They have 2 children who study at NMMU.
Wayne graduated with a BA degree in psychology and has post-graduate qualifications in Industrial Relations and Labour Law. He runs his own Industrial Relations consulting and recruitment business.
Wayne has a passion for conservation and is a qualified Field Guide for the Kruger and Addo areas.  He volunteers as a SANParks Honorary Ranger and was previously Chairman of the Addo Region.
He has in the past participated in various endurance races including the Comrades Marathon, the Duzi Canoe Marathon and the Argus cycle race.  
This interest, combined with this passion for conservation and a desire to make a difference in his world, resulted in him recently leading the One Land Love It Expedition earlier this year. He cycled 6000kms by mountain bike - joining all 19 SANParks National Parks - to create conservation awareness and to raise funds to aid the fight against rhino poaching.



Using the experience of his recently completed One Land Love It Expedition as well as his knowledge of business, Wayne inspires and motivates people to achieve significance. His talks serve as a reminder that dreaming big and fulfilling one’s life vision is something to strive for.


We are called to leave a legacy.


Subjects included in Wayne's talks, cover areas of interest for both personal and corporate growth. They include, but are not limited to:

Leaving a legacy

One Land; One Life - conservation and personal lessons

Team #jointcustody

The power of reward systems


The importance of celebrating success

The key role of morale


Goal setting


Business and personal growth

Making a difference

Be it a business conference, team building session, special event or school leadership camp, Wayne can add value where it is needed.

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client Feedback

The President of Rotary Port Elizabeth had the following to say:

"Wayne had us all spellbound with his experiences in cycling 6000 kms in searing heat to 'join' all 19 SANParks, and thus to raise money and awareness of our endangered wildlife. The physical and mental strength needed for this epic 2 1/2 month journey  - not to count the year's training for it - must have been enormous." Denise Pudney, President of the Rotary Club of Port Elizabeth

April 2016.


client feedback

The Headmaster of Harvest Christian School, Mr Sean Moore said the following:

Wayne Bolton shared his journey of One Land Love It with Harvest Christian School. Our school was inspired by the fulfilment of a vision that would not only be a personal challenge but a contribution towards our nation building.
Wayne shared many personal challenges and triumphs that he experienced during his epic journey which often could be related to the personal challenges we all face on a daily basis. He was able to inspire us to make a difference and challenged the children in particular, to ensure that they would be involved in the preservation of our wildlife heritage.
Wayne is an excellent communicator with a story to tell. His story will inspire and challenge all who hear it.

April 2016


Client feedback

Chairperson SAACI Eastern Cape,

Mr Andrew Stewart:

Dear Wayne
RE: SAACI AGM Presentation
It was such a pleasure having you present at our AGM!
I would like to, on behalf of the SAACI Eastern Cape, thank you for your time and delivering such an interesting talk. I noted how well you were able to tailor the “expedition” presentation to a business audience and I felt that many lessons came through strongly and resonated with our members.
The feedback from the attendees has been very positive and we would like to wish you success and “endurance” in your ongoing efforts in conserving our natural heritage and highlighting the plight of our endangered wild life.
All the best in spreading the message and inspiration!

Kind Regards

Andrew Stewart
SAACI Eastern Cape

May 2016


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