Meet the Team

Behind the scenes of Rejuvenate SA is a team of hard working individuals that share the same vision of providing mobility aids to those who don’t have the funds themselves. It is this team that make Rejuvenate SA possible.

Travis Warwick-Oliver

Travis is the Founder of Rejuvenate SA. He is an avid sportsmen who recently had to have his right foot amputated below the knee after a severe motorcycle accident. Travis enjoys any physical activity and likes to challenge himself. Accepting no limits, Travis will be taking on some of the toughest runs in the world to raise awareness for people with disabilities and show the world that anything is possible when provided with the means of mobility.

Luvan Cass

Luvan is a young energetic Orthotist and Prosthetist with a passion for people. Based in Durban, he has been helping his patient with all sorts of disabilities reach their goals for the past 10 years. He enjoys wildlife and outdoor activities and tries to escape the city as often as possible. He is excited to be giving back some time, effort and expertise to assist people with disabilities to live a full life and experience the outdoors.


Rowan Dancer

Rowan is a local entrepreneur and businessman, involved in a variety of businesses in the manufacturing & property sectors. He enjoys the outdoors and being active with his young family. Rowan is extremely excited to be part of such an amazing cause and looks forward to bringing his experience to help grow the brand, and helping as many people as possible.


Roelie Kloppers

Roelie Kloppers holds a PhD in Anthropology and Masters Degrees in History and Cultural Anthropology. He has published on issues of social development, displacement and war and on human-elephant conflict in international academic journals and has maintained strong ties with academia through various professional societies. Roelie joined the WILDTRUST in 2010 after working for the Peace Parks Foundation, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and Conservation International. He was appointed as Chief Executive Officer in 2019. He sits on the board of three local charitable organisations working in the fields of people with disabilities, environmental education and training, focusing specifically on youth training. Roelie is an active trail runner and enjoys mountain biking in wild places.