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Botswana gets go ahead to sell ivory

Krugerpark News Information: The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) has given Botswana the go-ahead to sell 43.6 tonnes of ivory by the end of this year
Dangerous snakes of Africa

Slithering to freedom

Krugerpark News Information: On Friday, April 4 Donald and Juanita Strydom from Hoedspruit's Khamai Reptile Park took a rather unusual trip to Phalaborwa

Climate change linked to spread of disease

Krugerpark News Information: Climate change is emerging as a major threat to health and adding pressure on public health systems, especially in Africa, a senior UN official has said
White Buffalo spotted at Kruger National Park

White buffalo calf spotted

Krugerpark News Information: A visitor to Kruger, Modjadjikloof resident, Jacques Schalkwyk, spotted a light-coloured buffalo calf near the Middelvlei windmill between Mopani and

KNP head office is NOT moving to Phalaborwa

Krugerpark News Information: There is no truth to a rumour that has resurfaced regarding the relocation of the Kruger National Park's (KNP) head office from Skukuza to Phalaborwa

Jam-packed agenda for sixth science network meeting

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) will host scientists and researchers from around the world at the sixth annual SANParks Science Network Meeting

Dead leaves and beetles

Krugerpark News Information: Bunches of dead leaves on a group of leadwood trees appeared to indicate that they had been affected by the low water table

Mopani to spend R103 mil on water, sanitation

Krugerpark News Information: The Mopani District Municipality in Limpopo is to spend R103 million on upgrading water and sanitation services this year

Custos Naturae

Krugerpark News Information: Using the toilet in Kruger Park (it could be pretty much any toilet) I sit there in my own thoughts looking at the tiles on the wall showing a kudu and

Research will investigate principles of economic viability in bioregions

Krugerpark News Information: Biodiversity conservation should take place inside and outside protected areas, if biodiversity targets are to be met

Biocontrol in Kruger, not an immediate solution, but an effective one

Krugerpark News Information: A Kruger National Park visitor and Kruger Park Times reader, Lorraine Hofreiter, sent us an image taken on March 13, 2008 at the Eileen Orpen Dam in the

Suspected poachers caught

Krugerpark News Information: The SANParks team, spearheaded by the Tshokwane ranger corps, caught three suspects who could possibly be linked to the recent spate of rhino poaching

Birdlife Reveals The Merits Of Conservation Partnerships

Krugerpark News Information: A new BirdLife report, Building Partnerships: Working together for conservation and development, looks at the many different alliances which have
View of aligators relaxing on a riverbank.

Alligator bloods relation to antibiotic-resistant infections

Krugerpark News Information: Despite their reputation for deadly attacks on humans and pets, alligators are wiggling their way toward a new role as potential lifesavers in medicine

A lifetime in Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: Almost 40 years ago, Louis Olivier, one of the Kruger National Park's much-loved and esteemed game rangers and an enthusiastic Blue Bulls supporter

Rangers honour Oom Louis

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park's (KNP) Nxanatseni South regional ranger, Louis Olivier, was overcome with emotion at the KNP ranger corps annual general

CyberTracker now used in more national parks

Krugerpark News Information: The SANParks' CyberTracker will be operational in most national parks by the end of 2008. Collective fund raising initiatives throughout 2007 and 2008

Satellite transmitters fitted to Karoo blue cranes

Krugerpark News Information: The Endangered Wildlife Trust's South African Crane Working Group (EWT-SACWG) fitted satellite transmitters to five adult blue cranes

Three more doctors in Krugers Ranks

Krugerpark News Information: Several of Kruger's scientific services staff now have new letters to add behind their names. Social ecologist Kelly Scheepers was awarded her PhD

Local environmental campaign teams up with online greenies

Krugerpark News Information: Indalo Yethu, South Africa's environmental awareness, activism and endorsement campaign, has formed a strategic partnership with the online environmental

Western Cape HRs nominated for owl award

Krugerpark News Information: The SANParks Honorary Rangers (HR) of the West Coast Region have been nominated for an Owl award from BirdLife SA
Dr Bandile Mkhize recieves new KNP Guide Training Manual from Charles Nupen

New Guide Manual For Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The managing executive of the Kruger National Park (KNP), Dr Bandile Mkhize received a full set of the park's new 40-module guide training manual at

Two Students Die In The Pretoriuskop Swimming Pool

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park (KNP) managing executive, Dr Bandile Mkhize expressed his sincere sympathies to the next of kin of the two students that died
Scientists from South Africa and USA

New Book Will Help Merge Conservation And Social Issues In Parks

Krugerpark News Information: Scientists from South Africa and the United States of America (USA) have collaborated on a book that they hope will enhance the capacity of protected

Librarians Meet In Kruger To Launch Library Week

Krugerpark News Information: Delegates from libraries all over the country attended the official launch of Library Week 2008, which took place at the Skukuza Staff Village Community
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