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IDs brought to people in deep rural area


Krugerpark News Information: Wits Rural Facility and the Department of Home Affairs joined forces to bring desperately needed identity documents to the most vulnerable people in deep...

Ox wagon route attempted


Krugerpark News Information: The most recent trip by the Nelspruit Autotec 4x4 Club followed the historical ox wagon route to Maputo and tested the offroaders skills to the limit at...

Young conservationists back the bats at Letaba


Krugerpark News Information: A group of Junior Honorary Rangers from the Bushveld Region spent four days last week at Letaba rest camp, Kruger National Park, making a hands-on...

Where will the money be going to in Limpopo and Mpumalanga?


Krugerpark News Information: Of the the R27.9 billion budget for Limpopo, 81 percent will be focussed on the delivery of social services for the poor, while R1.5 billion will be...

What’s in an animal’s name?


Krugerpark News Information: What's in an animal's name? Most of us are familiar with many of South African animals common names or descriptive names. Some of the keener naturalists...

Tourism Snippets | Cheap Flights to Mpumalanga


Krugerpark News Information: Once a day low cost flights to and from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Mpumalanga are on the cards. Negotiations are underway between the Mpumalanga...

The Bateleurs – giving conservation wings


Krugerpark News Information: Named after a raptor that spends most of its day in flight, the Bateleurs are a group of pilots who donate their time and their 'wings' to worthy...

Teaching water awareness the practical way


Krugerpark News Information: Dr Thomas Gyedu-Ababio, the Kruger National Park's aquatic biodiversity conservation manager, celebrated water week together with pupils from schools in...

Saving endangered plants by deep freezing


Krugerpark News Information: With a career spanning more than three decades, Patricia Berjak has devoted her professional life to the study of seeds the basis of commercial...

Points To Ponder


Krugerpark News Information: In the field of Conservation, Wildlife Management, Earthcare call it what you want as in most other 'disciplines', there is a general tendency to 'point...

Only 50m apart from a Crocodile


Krugerpark News Information: Two boys were seen fishing about 50m from the crocodile in the photograph below. This was at the bridge crossing the Letaba River near the Letaba Ranch...

News Clips


Krugerpark News Information: Elephants are now moving into Mozambique on their own initiative, reports Leon Marshall for Independent Online. Marshall joined South African National...

Letters to the editor


Krugerpark News Information: I'm a very keen reader of KRUGER PARK TIMES and I'm very happy to have a subscription so that I won't miss an issue despite not being able to visit...

Kruger’s Rhino sell for over R1million


Krugerpark News Information: Last month the Kruger National Park sold 12 white rhino by public auction. The sale generated a gross income of R1.63 million, which South African...

Krazies in Kruger | 22 March 2005


Krugerpark News Information: This photo was taken by my daughter Belinda in February 2005 at midday at Rhidondo Pan. In the car was my wife, my mother-in-law from England and my...

Islands add to Addo’s biodiversity


Krugerpark News Information: Environmental Affairs and Tourism minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk had a busy day at Addo Elephant National Park when he announced the addition of two...

International wildlife vets to research near Orpen Gate


Krugerpark News Information: Distinguished doctors from dozens of destinations are due to descend on Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Facility near Orpen Gate in due course. On 8...

Gumboot dancers entertain visitors


Krugerpark News Information: Justicia, a village located in the communal areas between Thulamahashe and the Kruger Gate to the Kruger National Park, is home to an enterprising group...

Global White Lion Project wants to set the record straight


Krugerpark News Information: In an attempt to 'set the record straight' and allay rumours about the re-establishment of the white lions in the Timbavati region, the Global White Lion...

Foot and Mouth Zones Looked At


Krugerpark News Information: A meeting to discuss the location of foot and mouth control zones will be held in Pretoria on April 7, 2005. All provincial and na- tional departments...

Field guides elect new committee


Krugerpark News Information: The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) held its annual general meeting at Southern Cross Schools in Hoedspruit on March 26, 2005. A new...

Famous tiger falls prey to poachers


Krugerpark News Information: The star of several documentaries and the first Siberian tiger to be fitted with a radio collar, Olga, is presumed dead. She is thought to have been...

Elephants To cull or not to cull That is the question


Krugerpark News Information: Ever since the SANParks director-of-theday succumbed to animal rights pressures, and stopped elephant culling in Kruger National Park in 1994, the...

Do elephants prefer certain car brands?


Krugerpark News Information: This game drive vehicle was sitting parked under a piece of canvas outside a house in the Manzimvula shareblock, located in the Associated Private Nature...

Conservation Snippets


Krugerpark News Information: The role of private landowners in nature conservation is becoming increasingly im- portant, and many owners are uniting their land for the better good of...
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