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A close up view of a horseshoe bat species.

Four New Horseshoe Bats Species Discovered

Krugerpark News Information: Four new species of horseshoe bats have been discovered in East and Southern Africa, after scientists pieced together clues such as DNA data and the most
Traditional healers make a prayer to fight rhino poaching.

Traditional health practitioners against rhino poachers

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) took a stand with traditional health practitioners against the escalating rhino poaching war in the country. Over 500
A church service that took place at Shingwedzi Restcamp.

Christians unite against rhino poaching in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: Christians from neighbouring communities on the Kruger National Park’s north-west border joined in prayer against Rhino poaching at the Skukuza Soccer Field
View of a ranger with a tracker dog to help fight rhino poaching.

Tracking Dogs to Support KNP Rangers In Fight Against Rhino Poachers

Krugerpark News Information: Tracking dogs have shown their worth in the ongoing fight aginst rhino poachers in South Africa. So much so that the Kruger National Park (KNP) has now
The heads inspect the rangers passing out.

New rangers ready to face rhino poachers

Krugerpark News Information: “They are a fine, earnest, intelligent and public spirited body of men, these rangers. Though small in number, their influence is large. Many and long
The hand over of money to be used to help fight rhin o poaching.

South Africa Commits to Find Solutions For Rhino Poaching

Krugerpark News Information: After the loss of 668 rhino to poaching in 2012, South Africa and Vietnam signed an agreement in hopes of saving the rhino
View of a poached rhino with horn cut out.

Suspected poachers killed in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: In an anti-poaching operation carried out on the evening of Saturday, 6 October 2012, Kruger National Park (KNP) rangers killed an armed suspect in the
Close up of a Roan Antelope.

Anthrax outbreak in the north of KNP

Krugerpark News Information: In August, 30 carcasses of roan antelopes were discovered at the Kruger National Park's (KNP) Capricorn Rare antelope enclosure in the northern part of
A close up of and adult and baby rhino.

Rhino issue manager conducts about 400 one-on-one consultations

Krugerpark News Information: In May this year, minister of water and environmental affairs, Edna Molewa, appointed Mavuso Msimang, from retirement as Rhino Issue Manager. His task
A view of the site chosen for SKA satelites.

Dual site agreed for Square Kilometre Array telescope

Krugerpark News Information: The Members of the SKA Organisation today agreed on a dual site solution for the Square Kilometre Array telescope, a crucial step towards building the
A view of the Nxanatseni region.

Know your park | Nxanatseni

Krugerpark News Information: The area is bordered by 90 kilometres western boundary with Limpopo Province and 121 kilometres eastern boundary with Mozambique and on the Limpopo river
The hand over of the second Bantam Aircraft patrolling Kruger.

A second Bantam Aircraft patrolling Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) managing exeutive, Abe Sibiya, handed over a Ultra-Light Bantam Aircraft to Shingwedzi section ranger, Marius Renke
A collage of the various worm species.

South Africas Devils Worm makes Top 10 species list

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa's Devil's Worm, Halicephalobus mephisto, made the Top 10 new species list for 2011 run and released by the the International Institute for
A scenic view of Rio.

What Rio +20 meant for South Africa

Krugerpark News Information: The Rio +20 Conference on Sustainable Development took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 20 to 22 June 2012. A key outcome for South Africa was the
View of a cycad.

More restrictions on cycad related activities

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa's minister of environment affairs, Edna Molewa has prohibited a range of activities related to certain cycads (encephelartos). The
A sunflower that is able to adapt in order to sustain its survival.

Science needs to mitigate, adapt and thrive to ensure sustainability

Krugerpark News Information: “The scientific evidence for action is clear and stark. Our only options are to mitigate, adapt and thrive,” said Yuan Tseh Lee, President of the
A view of the regions sunset.

NASA awards money to keep an eye from outer space on trees

Krugerpark News Information: Researchers from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's Appalachian Laboratory have been awarded $653,018 from National
A mother rhino and her calf in the wild.

2012 marks the start of The International Year of the Rhino

Krugerpark News Information: President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia declared 5 June 2012 as the start of the International Year of the Rhino, thereby committing his
A before and after shot of the plant-a-pledge campaigne.

Plant-a-Pledge Campaign Launched

Krugerpark News Information: Ahead of the Rio+20 Earth Summit, campaign ambassador Bianca Jagger, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Airbus launched
Cracks in dry ground could be caused by climate change.

Urban youth learn more about climate change and national parks

Krugerpark News Information: Young city dwellers can now learn more about climate change outside the class room and get to know their national parks at the same time. In early
SANParks staff spending time with children at Little Eden.

Celebrating Mandela Day

Krugerpark News Information: In celebration of Mandela Day South African National Parks (SANParks) head office staff spent the morning in Edenvale at Little Eden, a home that cares
View of the members who received social sciences bursaries from SANParks.

SANParks supports social science students with R1million bursary

Krugerpark News Information: Themba Mabilane, chief financial officer at South African National Parks (SANParks), handed over R1 million to the University of Pretoria (UP) for
A herd of buffalo grazing on the open plains.

South Africas biodiversity and conservation legal environment

Krugerpark News Information: The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) concluded an intensive scoping investigation evaluating the effectiveness of compliance monitoring and enforcement of
View of a butterfly on the ground.

SANParks says its new zoning plan for Kruger is not controversial

Krugerpark News Information: Following publicity on the new Kruger National Park (KNP) Zoning Plan, South African National Parks (SANParks) would like to put on record that the
A group of workers at the month end celebration.

Focus on green economy during environment month celebrations

Krugerpark News Information: What must concern us all is that the environment is not an infinite provider of resources. So said Edna Molewa, minister of environmental affairs at the
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