The Spiral tube rhinos are not your typical rhino.
The large, curved horns, which are usually the size of a small dog, have become a symbol of the region’s rich history.
The horns are used as a symbol for the area around the country’s capital, but the rhinos, which make up about 2% of the country, are also seen as a threat by some locals.
One of the rhino population’s last surviving groups, the Khumbu, says the horns are a symbol that the Khumjundi people are in the way of the animals.
In 2017, the horns were removed from the rhinoceros’ traditional burial ground, and the group was forced to relocate.
The rhino horn is prized for its medicinal properties and has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years.
But it is illegal to sell it in South Africa.
The new Rhino Conservation Centre in Johannesburg, which is funded by the government, aims to make the horn available to local communities in the region.