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A view of mining area.

Mapungubwe mining impact on environment


Krugerpark News Information: The coalition of civil society organisations challenging the authorisations given to mining company Limpopo Coal (Pty) Ltd's proposed Vele colliery
View of a wild dog in its natural habitat.

South Africas Everest summiteers collaborate for wild dog conservation


Krugerpark News Information: What in the world could ever link Africa's wild dog to the world famous Himalayan Mount Everest? Ask South Africa's Vaughan de la Harpe, who summitted
Winners at the Kudu Awards recieving their award.

7th Annual Kudu award winners celebrate grassroots initiatives


Krugerpark News Information: The seventh annual SANParks Kudu awards was testament to the dedication and commitment of conservationists at grassroots, corporate and in-house levels
10 tips for eco-tourists.

10 Tips for Eco-tourists


Krugerpark News Information: Are you counting the days towards that last working day so you can leave for a well deserved break? Perhaps you've got a visit to some of the most
KNP Achieverment Awards: 2010/11.

KNP Achieverment Awards 2010 -2011


Krugerpark News Information: Sergeant Wilson Siwela from Crocodile Bridge Ranger Section was the worthy recipient of the Kruger Cross, the Kruger National Park's (KNP) highest award
Two challenging publications on environmental change launched.

Two challenging publications on environmental change launched


Krugerpark News Information: When there is scientific evidence that the ice cap of Marion Island has already melted by 60 percent in the past 50 years, and the surrounding oceans
Honorary Rangers donate counter poaching equipment valued at R1.75million.

Honorary Rangers donate counter poaching equipment valued at R1.75million


Krugerpark News Information: The SANParks Honorary Rangers (HR) donated R1.75 million worth of counter poaching equipment to the Kruger National Park (KNP) rangers at a handover
SANBI appointed as national implementing entity for UNFCCC adaptation fund.

SANBI appointed as national implementing entity for UNFCCC adaptation fund


Krugerpark News Information: Edna Molewa, Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs welcomed the accreditation of the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) as a
Hooded Vulture now considered endangered.

Hooded Vulture Now Considered Endangered


Krugerpark News Information: South Africa is home to nine Vulture species. Seven of these are listed in the Red Data Book of Birds of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland (Barnes
The cultural importance of Mapungubwe.

The cultural importance of Mapungubwe


Krugerpark News Information: Intellectual and writer Vele Neluvhalani thinks mining near Mapungubwe will be “an offence to our ancestors”. Vele “Christopher” Neluvhalani believes

Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site


Krugerpark News Information: The South African Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), South African National Parks (SANParks) and Coal of Africa Limited signed an historical
Coal of Africa reports steady progress at mining operations at Mapungubwe.

Coal of Africa reports steady progress at mining operations at Mapungubwe


Krugerpark News Information: According to a report on StockMarketWire.com, Coal of Africa has reported steady operational progress in the three months to the end of September
Kruger donates trees to spread greening message with youth.

Kruger donates trees to spread greening message with youth


Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP)'s managing executive, Abe Sibiya handed over 25 indigenous trees to the educators and pupils of Mjejane Primary School to
Hyenas ability to count helps them decide to fight or flee.

Hyenas ability to count helps them decide to fight or flee


Krugerpark News Information: Being able to count helps spotted hyenas decide to fight or flee, according to research at Michigan State University. When animals fight, the larger
Savannas, forests in a battle of the biomes, Princeton researchers find.

Savannas, forests in a battle of the biomes, Princeton researchers find


Krugerpark News Information: Climate change, land use and other human-driven factors could pit savannas and forests against each other by altering the elements to stabilise the two
Fighting for a clean Kruger.

Fighting for a clean Kruger


Krugerpark News Information: “Taking ownership of the park's wellbeing” trickled through as the fundamental theme of the 2011 Keep Kruger Clean Campaign which took place at the KNP's
South Africa needs to foster regional tourism.

South Africa needs to foster regional tourism


Krugerpark News Information: Development in the tourism sector must be accelerated to diversify South Africa's economy and contribute towards job creation, says Minister in the
Groenewald pilot pays fine for illegal landing in Mapungubwe National Park.

Groenewald pilot pays fine for illegal landing in Mapungubwe Park


Krugerpark News Information: Helicopter pilot, Johannes Stone paid a fine of R2000 for illegally flying over and landing in Mapungubwe National Park during an air show in September
Love rhino, love life.

Love rhino, love life


Krugerpark News Information: Kruger National Park rangers and staff reach out to youth with anti-rhino poaching message. “Today we celebrate our heritage, our rhino and our
Rhino calf stomps fun into facts.

Rhino calf stomps fun into facts


Krugerpark News Information: Ebenezer Shabangu was scared but she was not letting go of the branch. She could see the black rhino's lip curl around the twigs and edge closer and
Three Day Hike Re-opens in Mountain Zebra National Park.

Three Day Hike Re-opens in Mountain Zebra National Park


Krugerpark News Information: The three-day Impofu hiking trail re-opened in Mountain Zebra National Park on 15 September 2011, following its closure in July last year
Zebras vs. cattle: Not so black-and-white.

Zebras vs. cattle | Not so black and white


Krugerpark News Information: African ranchers often prefer to keep wild grazers like zebras off the grass that fattens their cattle. But a new study by Kenyan and University of
Muyexe residents safe from damage causing animals.

Muyexe residents safe from damage causing animals


Krugerpark News Information: Gone are the days when dangerous wild animals from the Kruger National Park (KNP) roamed freely on the streets of Muyexe village, outside Giyani
100,000-year-old ochre toolkit and workshop discovered in South Africa

100,000 year old ochre toolkit and workshop discovered in South Africa


Krugerpark News Information: An ochre-rich mixture, possibly used for decoration, painting and skin protection 100,000 years ago, and stored in two abalone shells, was discovered at
Botswana population survey shows surprising drop in species numbers.

Botswana population survey shows surprising drop in species numbers


Krugerpark News Information: Elephant population appears stable. A recently completed aerial survey of northern Botswana by Elephants Without Borders (EWB), through the support

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