'Krugerpark News'

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Mud, Guts and Glory At 4x4 Fun Day

Krugerpark News Information: “Mud, guts and glory!” say the organisers, summing up an event-filled day that transformed 40 shiny 4x4s into a dusty shadow of their former selves

Maroela, A Second Home To Dennis And Anne

Krugerpark News Information: Dennis and Anne de Lange come from Uvongo in KwaZulu Natal. They are currently in Maroela camp where they are booked in for five weeks from where they

Lion Breeders To Comment Jointly On New Laws

Krugerpark News Information: Lion breeders have gotten together in the wake of the publishing of draft regulations for the hunting industry and protected species

Leopard Forum Established

Krugerpark News Information: The leopard is considered to be the world's most persecuted big cat, but given its elusive nature information is hard to come by on what is necessary
Dr Bandile Mkhize presents inspector Elias Zitha with his certificate.

KNP Law Enforcers Receive Rank Insignia

Krugerpark News Information: Traffic officers, visible policing and other members of the Kruger National Park's (KNP) protection services department were ceremoniously handed rank

Hoedspruit Game Ranger Nominated To Represent Africa At World Congress

Krugerpark News Information: To try and ensure that today's young game rangers can follow in the footsteps of older and more experienced conservationists, the International Ranger
Thabile Mdaka working in the Skukuza Restaurant.

Girl Children Work In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: Kruger National Park played host to 60 grade 11 and 12 girls from surrounding schools as part of the annual Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work initiative
Elephant in Kruger National Park.

Using Chilli Extract to Deter Elephant Destruction

Krugerpark News Information: New research involving chilli extract is underway to try and find a natural way of keeping elephants away from certain things that both people and
People watch Elephants from a game drive.

Elephant Dung Shows How People Stress Elephants Out

Krugerpark News Information: Elephant dung, vinegar, a freezer, a sieve, some test tubes, and a high-tech biomedical kit have helped form a clearer picture of what people do to

Cape Vulture Fitted With GPS Tracking Device In Limpopo

Krugerpark News Information: The first GPS tracking collar has been fitted to a Cape griffon vulture in the Limpopo Province. On May 26, 2006 a harness with a 250-gram tracking
Elephant by a tree.

Elephant Behaviour and Feeding Habits

Krugerpark News Information: Elephant researcher Audrey Delsink has come in for some funny looks recently during the course of her elephant research in the Kruger National Park
Best waitron silver cluster leaf category: Zakile Thabede from Jackalberry Lodge.

A Night Filled With Special Moments

Krugerpark News Information: Running around trying to capture beautiful people, extraordinarily decorated tables, wonderfully creative kitchens and carefully prepared dishes
Born Free’s lion research assistant Penny Morris put on a lion costume.

Where Lions And Humans Meet

Krugerpark News Information: With lion numbers halving in the last two decades, and the popular predator disappearing from more than 80 percent of its former home range, the United

Kruger National Park’s Bandile Mkhize, Rene Travers, Lucy Nhlapo.

Tourism Indaba 2006 Snippets and Comments

Krugerpark News Information: Indaba is a very important platform for any organisation in the tourism industry. We are confident that we have achieved our objectives and time will
Garth and Viv MacFarlane

Tourism Indaba 2006 Awards

Krugerpark News Information: The first ever Welcome awards, launched at the Indaba last year, were awarded to the category winners at the Indaba opening ceremony

Tie A Yellow Ribbon

Krugerpark News Information: A group of people are now tying yellow ribbons around the aerials and rear view mirrors of their cars and adorning their bush equipment with yellow
Adult female taita falcon feeding orphaned chick

The Beauty Of Birding

Krugerpark News Information: With emphasis on the huge potential for birding tourism in our region, some previously quoted statistics are repeated without apology

Rainfall In Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park has more than 30 rainfall stations that record daily rainfall throughout the park. This data is compiled and sent to Nick

New Tourism Route Links Swaziland, Mozambique and SA

Krugerpark News Information: Launched at this year's Tourism Indaba, the new Lubombo Route offers tourists a glimpse of the best of the mountains, big five wildlife, and coastal

New Research Into Waterholes To Help Answer Management Questions

Krugerpark News Information: What effect do waterholes have on the surrounding vegetation? How does the spacing of artificial waterpoints affect the bush in the long-term?
Oil on canvas 120cmx90cm: Beukes Enslin

New National Rules For Hunting Industry And Protected Species

Krugerpark News Information: he public has six weeks to make comments on the proposed new regulations that will ban canned hunting of large predators, stop the hunting of

New EIA Regulations Take Effect In July

Krugerpark News Information: The end of April saw the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism publish new regulations guiding the Environmental Impact Assessment

Name Changes Abound In Mpumalanga

Krugerpark News Information: The Blyde River Canyon, South Africa's fourth most-visited tourist attraction, is now officially known as the Motlatse Canyon, despite the protests of

Mpumalanga History To Be Translated, Recorded In A Book

Krugerpark News Information: Mpumalanga's pre-colonial history manuscript will be published in a book form and translated into other South African languages

Issuing Of Permits Subject To BEE Compliance

Krugerpark News Information: The granting of permits in Sanparks will be subject to compliance with the requirements of the BEE Tourism Scorecard and the Sanparks supply chain
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