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Elephant kills man in Limpopo

Krugerpark News Information: A man in his fifties was trampled to death by an elephant in the Madimbo area near Masisi in the Kruger National Park

Drug bust in Kruger Park

Krugerpark News Information: Mpumalanga police have arrested two suspected drug smugglers and confiscated 33kg of dagga in the Kruger National Park

New conference centre at Mopani Camp opened

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park's (KNP) acting managing executive Abe Sibiya officially opened the new, state-of-the-art R5,2-million Mopani Conference

Butterfly Enthusiasts Asked to Help

Krugerpark News Information: The South African Butterfly Assessment is in the process of gathering data on butterfly species distribution

Charcoal Profits Fuel War in East

Krugerpark News Information: Charcoal profits are helping to fuel the conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where militia groups and some segments of the national

Kuduzela Launched for SA Soccer Fans

Krugerpark News Information: A wind instrument in the shape of a kudu horn, the Kuduzela, has been launched in South Africa and is expected to become synonymous with football

Letters Letters Letters Letters

Krugerpark News Information: Breakdown in Kruger. Wonder From Waste. Impressed With Service at Letaba Rest Camp. Pesticide Used by Poachers. Pretoriuskop is Tops.
A scenic sunset view in Kruger National Park.

Rangers Diary Skukuza Section December 1959

Krugerpark News Information: Ranger's Diary on the Skukuza section of the Kruger National Park, December 1959

Tanzania to Bring in Black Rhinos from South Africa

Krugerpark News Information: Tanzania expects to import 36 black rhinos from South Africa this year to boost the population of the endangered wildlife species in the country

Mike Elected as President

Krugerpark News Information: Dr. Mike Peel of the ARC-Animal Production Institute (Rangeland Ecology) was elected as President of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa

How Small Farms Could Feed the World

Krugerpark News Information: As an African Union summit on agricultural investments opened in Libya, donors and non-profits called participants' attention to the role smallholder

IUCN Red List of Threatened Species DID YOU KNOW

Krugerpark News Information: The IUCN Red List has a long established history as the world's most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of plant and

About 17 000 Species are Threatened With Extinction

Krugerpark News Information: A detailed analysis of the well-known IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ shows 869 species are Extinct or Extinct the Wild

British Pupils to Star in KNP Filmed Reality TV Show

Krugerpark News Information: Children at a Lincoln school are planning to wow TV executives in a race to become the faces of an exotic new series

Is Climate Change Affecting Our Birds. Help Us Find Out

Krugerpark News Information: Researchers at the South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON) are calling on our country's birders to join them in monitoring the impact

Minister Wants Big Seven

Krugerpark News Information: South Africa will soon be boasting the Big Seven, when the shark and the whale are added to the already well-know Big Five tourist attractions

Social Networking Site for Researchers

Krugerpark News Information: myExperiment, the social networking site for scientists, has set out to challenge traditional ideas of academic publishing as it enters a new

The Amazon River is 11 Million Years Old

Krugerpark News Information: The Amazon River originated as a transcontinental river around 11 million years ago and took its present shape approximately 2.4 million years ago
Elephants drinking down at the waterhole.

Positive Aspects of Elephants ... an Experiment

Krugerpark News Information: There is a perceived threat that the continuous growth of elephant populations could have a detrimental effect to other species in the system

Lucas Radebe Appointed as 2010 Ambassador

Krugerpark News Information: Lucas Radebe was introduced by Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk, the Minister of Tourism, as South African Tourism's 2010 ambassador to the world

Southern Africa Bird Atlas 2 Project Records One Millionth Bird

Krugerpark News Information: Just two years ago, an exciting project was initiated to map the distribution of birds in Southern Africa using the efforts of keen civil society

Trust Dedicates Resources to Plight of African Penguin

Krugerpark News Information: African penguins have been sliding towards extinction since industrial fishing started around the Cape. BirdLife South African has found someone to

Anthrax Bacteria Conspire with Viruses to Stay Alive

Krugerpark News Information: Anthrax Bacteria's survival is directed and shaped by the DNA of bacteria-infecting viruses in what appears to be an evolutionary contract written to

Land Repossessions Threaten Hundreds of Black Farmers

Krugerpark News Information: Hundreds of South Africa's emerging black commercial farmers could face eviction in the next few months because of their inability to service government loans

International Elephant Conservation and Research Symposium

Krugerpark News Information: The International Elephant Foundation and the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa announced that the International Elephant Conservation
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