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Aids Deaths Impact on the Natural Environment

Krugerpark News Information: HIV/Aids may seem to be more of a social than an environmental problem, but research is finding that the death of economically productive people is

Adult elephants interact with burnt youngsters in Pilanesberg boma

Krugerpark News Information: The eight young elephants that are the remaining survivors of dramatic veld fires in the Pilanesberg National Park have settled down well in a boma in

180-bed wellness centre planned for central lowveld

Krugerpark News Information: The environmental impact assessment process is underway for the construction of a wellness centre with a boutique hotel and conference facilities

Wildlife College Students Graduate

Krugerpark News Information: This year's Southern African Wildlife College Graduation ceremony celebrated 20 students receiving natural resource certificates and 22 students

What’s on the Menu and Why for Elephants and other Plant Eaters

Krugerpark News Information: In what is probably the largest fertilisation experiment of its kind, 30 hectares of mopane bushveld in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve adjoining

Stop Bird Imports to Stop Bird Flu

Krugerpark News Information: BirdLife International is calling for a total ban on wild bird imports into Europe to try and stop the spread of the dangerous H5N1 avian flu virus

Pilanesberg Elephants Heading Back Home

Krugerpark News Information: On the late afternoon of November 7, 2005, eight of the burnt Pilanesberg elephants were heading back to the Pilanesberg National Park

Phalaborwa Lodge Committed to Helping Community

Krugerpark News Information: Phalaborwa lodge committed to helping community November will see the official opening of the new building at Kokwana Day Care centre

Overpopulation a Bigger Threat than Aids

Krugerpark News Information: Never mind HIV/Aids, Africa is likely to remain poverty-stricken if better family planning is not practised.This is the opinion of John Cleland
Elephants crossing a road.

More Elephants Put Under Satellite Surveillance

Krugerpark News Information: Four elephants in Greater Kruger got a bit of a surprise on October 19 when wildlife vet Cobus Raath and a team of international volunteers swooped down
The Massospondylus carinatus fossil

Let me Count the Ways

Krugerpark News Information: Let me count the ways in which two days of exploring previously unknown history, some extraordinary royal fetishes and truly magnificent wilderness areas

Know Your Park

Krugerpark News Information: The first motorist entered the Kruger National Park in 1927. Visitors paid £1 entrance fee and that year the Park realised a full £3. There were no huts

Kalahari, Kruger and Carnivores the passions of Gus Mills

Krugerpark News Information: After more than 30 years, Gus Mills is returning to the home of his heart in the sands of the Kalahari, to once again conduct groundbreaking research
Elephant passing extremely close to the VW Polo.

Elephant Causes Excitement

Krugerpark News Information: Great excitement was caused on October 26, 2005 at around 14h00 when an elephant bull wandered through the KNP's Corporate and Scientific Services

Ecstatic Traditional Dancers Perform for 2010 Inspection

Krugerpark News Information: It was a dream come true for Lodrick Manyathele when he and the Ringetani Traditional Dance Group were given the opportunity to provide a warm welcome
The Olifants River from Olifants Camp: October 2005

Dying Rivers

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger to Canyon Biosphere Reserve (K2C for short) was recently 'proclaimed' as the largest biosphere reserve in Africa and the third largest

Bullfrog Photos Wanted

Krugerpark News Information: Get out into the first rains of the season, snap a photo of a bullfrog and stand a chance of winning a weekend trip for two, popular frog books

Africas Answer to the Kangaroo

Krugerpark News Information: Southern Africa has its own answer to the kangaroo, albeit a fraction of the size of the Australian version. However, the small springhare that leaps

Achievement Awards Southern Region 2005

Krugerpark News Information: Achievement Awards Southern Region 2005. Outstanding Service in the Workplace and Outstanding Service Tourist/Customer/Client

Youths Get Tourism Training in Giyani

Krugerpark News Information: The Mopani District Municipality, comprising the Giyani, Tzaneen, Letaba and Phalaborwa regions, is preparing itself to enter the tourism arena

Wildlife Books

Krugerpark News Information: If you are a wildlife and nature lover who enjoys reading about first hand experiences, two books published by CC Africa may be worth adding to your

White Lion Tourism Underway Despite Lack of Legal Compliance

Krugerpark News Information: The Global White Lion Protection Trust (GWLPT) still has no holding permit for the white lions it imported to an area adjacent the Greater Kruger
Two TPCP/FABI people with Thembi Khoza and a game guard looking at an elephant.

What Do Carrots, Elephants and Forestry have in Common

Krugerpark News Information: There is a team of scientists who would never dream of entering the Kruger National Park (KNP) without a goodly supply of fresh carrots to assist them

Tourism Industry, Past and Present, Revealed at Conference

Krugerpark News Information: Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk officially opened the fourth annual national tourism conference at Sun City at the beginning of October by

Scientists Find Elephants Chat With Individual Rumbles

Krugerpark News Information: Elephants prefer to chat to elephants that they have known for a long time. This has been revealed in a study carried out at Walt Disney's Animal Kingdom
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