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Beautiful scenery and wilderness in the Kruger National Park.

SA Tourism CEO resigns

Krugerpark News Information: Ms Thandiwe January-Mclean, chief executive officer of South African Tourism announced her resignation from the organisation on June 14 2011. Her reasons
Wildlife of the Kruger Natoinal Park.

South African Tourism makes two key appointments to boost industry relations

Krugerpark News Information: South African Tourism announced the appointment of Neesha Padayachy to the position of Global Manager: Product and Sadiq Dindar to the position of Global
Open fields and cloudy skies.

SANParks charge levy from visitors to reach out to communities

Krugerpark News Information: All new accommodation and activity bookings made with arrival date of 01 June 2012 onwards with SANParks will include a 1 percent community levy
Mining applications and the environment.

Voice your opinion on mining applications and the environment

Krugerpark News Information: Public participation and consultation in new prospecting and mining applications is a requirement in terms of South African legislation
Eagle soars in blue skies.

Carbofuran Ban Upheld in the USA

Krugerpark News Information: The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) welcomes a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington D.C. on 31 May 2011 denying a petition to reconsider
Addo Park Training Centre set to benefit communities.

Addo Park Training Centre set to benefit communities

Krugerpark News Information: Blazing drums, lively dancers and jubilant voices marked the official opening of a new training centre which is set to provide vital empowerment training
Refreshments at the river.

Most visitors happy with alchohol ban in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The majority of tourists who visited the Kruger National Park (KNP) over the Easter holidays were pleased with the alcohol restriction introduced by the
Exceptional 2011 tourism performers recognised again at Welcome Awards.

Exceptional 2011 tourism performers recognised again at Welcome Awards

Krugerpark News Information: The year's most exceptional performers in the tourism industry were crowned at INDABA 2011 at the 2011 Welcome Awards held at Durban's
Tourism Indaba Mascot.

Playing globally, winning locally showcased at tourism indaba

Krugerpark News Information: I stand before you after a phenomenal year for tourism in South Africa, to which every one of you made a significant contribution. International tourism
Colchester Zoo.

Colchester Zoos Action for the Wild confirms funding to about R2.1million

Krugerpark News Information: Colchester Zoo's charity 'Action for the Wild' is supporting 15 worldwide conservation projects in 2011, their contribution amounting to R2.1 million
Jumping cockroach.

South Africas jumping cockroach makes top ten

Krugerpark News Information: Cape Town's offering on the 2010 Top 10 species list is a 'flying' cockroach - well almost flying. Saltoblattella montistabularis is a new species of
DNA used fo fight against rhino poachers.

DNA kits donated to SANParks for use in fight against rhino poachers

Krugerpark News Information: The South African National Parks received 1 000 DNA kits to ensure effective prosecution of rhino poachers. According to SanParks, the kits from the
New research helps conservationists.

Research Helps Conservationists Mitigate Bird and Power Line Collisions

Krugerpark News Information: Recent noteworthy research is helping the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) to better manage the interactions between birds and electrical infrastructure
Guided walks and tracking with Cheetahs.

Cheetah tracking and guided walks open in Mountain Zebra National Park

Krugerpark News Information: Cheetah tracking and guided walk activities have been opened to visitors in Mountain Zebra National Park. Visitors will be able to join a guide in
Mating of frogs.

Turtles in as much danger as Frogs

Krugerpark News Information: The plight of the planet's tortoises and turtles- creatures that have roamed the Earth for 220 million years - has never been greater, according to a
The Letaba Icon.

Letaba icon returns

Krugerpark News Information: In May 2007 Letaba camp staff in the Kruger National Park (KNP) noticed the iconic statue in front of the elephant hall was in danger of collapse
Leopard and cheetah conservation.

The impact of trade on cheetah and leopard

Krugerpark News Information: The legal and illegal trade in leopards and cheetah is substantially impacting on populations of these two species
Sunset on the horizon.

Help enforce the law against illegal dog hunting

Krugerpark News Information: Illegal hunting with dogs is rife in parts of South Africa and this is having a serious impact on wildlife, including the Endangered Oribi
OSV handover.

Community Project OSV Handover

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP)'s managing executive, Abe Sibiya presented tour guides from the local communities with four open safari vehicles (OSV)
Letaba Restcamp bats.

Full circle for Letaba bats

Krugerpark News Information: When visitors at Letaba Camp in the Kruger National Park found one of the familiar bat houses in the camp had collapsed, little did they realise a cycle
Weelchair handover.

KNP receives wheelchairs for use by tourists when needed

Krugerpark News Information: In a gesture of goodwill, the Germiston's Rotaract Club presented the Kruger National Park (KNP)'s managing executive, Abe Sibiya with 15 wheel chairs
Government to spend R14 billion on dams and pipes

Government to spend R14 billion on dams and pipes

Krugerpark News Information: The South African government plans to spend over R14.2 billion over the next three years on dams and water distributions systems according to the
Large dams can affect local climates.

Large dams can affect local climates, alter rainfall

Krugerpark News Information: Researchers investigating how large dams can affect local climates say dams have the clear potential to drastically alter local rainfall in some regions

Too Much Of a Good Thing

Krugerpark News Information: Resulting ecological damage is serious, but could be reduced by wider use of more sustainable, time-honored practices
Elephant profile.

Reference Database To Identify Origin Of Elephant Ivory

Krugerpark News Information: A team of scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is preparing a reference database that allows the identification of the origin of elephant
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