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Amos Baloyi, gate attendant, been at Andover since 1988

Andover Nature Reserve

Krugerpark News Information: Andover Nature Reserve is a Limpopo provincial nature reserve, located seven kilometres from the Orpen Gate to the Kruger National Park. It is 7000ha in
Kruger National Park Lions

American promises Krugers lions as hunting trophies

Krugerpark News Information: An investigation could be imminent into an advert that an American hunting outfitter has circulated on the Internet, offering clients the opportunity to
Kruger park Times: Honorary Rangers raise the roof

Honorary Rangers raise the roof at Phalaborwa

Krugerpark News Information: Representatives of the Honorary Rangers (Bushveld Region) and SANParks staff came together for a small ceremony at the Lapa at the Phalaborwa Staff
Kruger Park Times: Wasps: Yellow Jacket


Krugerpark News Information: Although every aspect of nature is fascinating, I have, like many others, been attracted to birds. However, if I had my time again and knowing what I do
Kruger park Times: The Skukuza Mast: Walter Kubheka,

The steel structure in the Skukuza savannah

Krugerpark News Information: Lurking 11km to the south west of Skukuza is an unlikely structure - a 22 metre high steel tower, bristling at the top with three arms, and equipped with

World Water Day March 22 2005

Krugerpark News Information: In 1998 South Africa passed a new National Water Act. This act was hailed internationally as an innovative approach to water management, as it took
Flight over Bazaruto Marine national Park.

Game Rangers Association

Krugerpark News Information: Paul Dutton is a remarkable man by anyone's standards. In his seventies, he is still an active pilot, flying his beloved partner of forty years, a Piper

New Orpen Gate

Krugerpark News Information: Members of the Mpumalanga Tourism Authority recently joined the provincial MEC for Economic Development and Planning, William Lubisi, at Europe's largest

Women in water rewarded

Krugerpark News Information: National Water Week kicked off with the presentation of the Women in Water Awards at the Presidential Guesthouse on March 18, 2005. At the ceremony

Canned Hunting Comments

Krugerpark News Information: The publication of the draft norms and standards for the sustainable use of large predators, intended to regulate canned hunting, has caused a flood of
Orphaned Black Rhino Released to the wild.

Back to the wild for orphaned black rhino

Krugerpark News Information: Two orphaned black rhino calves were reintroduced to the wild today in the Addo Elephant National Park after a successful hand-raising programme of

Conservation Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: Current Sea Surface Temperatures over the Central Equatorial Pacific Ocean are slowly dropping, indicating that we are moving from a weak El Niño towards
Kruger Park Times: Upgrading of the Letaba Ranch fenceline

Upgrading of the Letaba Ranch fenceline

Krugerpark News Information: Upgrading of the fence on the western border of Letaba Ranch is well underway. The section north of the Letaba River has been completed except for two
Kruger Park Times: Seriously threatened grasslands receive attention

Seriously threatened grasslands receive attention

Krugerpark News Information: With the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) declaring in November last year that the grasslands biome is one of the most threatened in

Farmers and bank battle over water provision

Krugerpark News Information: Citrus and mango farmers are currently battling it out with Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) over the delivery of water for irrigation and household use
Elephants walking in grass.

Elephant Management Policy Review

Krugerpark News Information: Following the “Big Elephant Debate” in Berg-en-Dal in October last year, some 50 scientists from South Africa, the rest of Africa and abroad got together

Supervisors trained

Krugerpark News Information: Intac, a project of the Skills Development Fund and managed by the Tourism Hospitality Training and Sports Authority, is training all the the Park staff

Swiss couple tour Africa

Krugerpark News Information: A swiss couple, Felix and Anita Margadant, is touring Europe and Africa on a tandem bicycle. They set off from Switzerland in June 2003 and crossed the

Earthquake moves the North Pole

Krugerpark News Information: Two NASA scientists have been studying the earthquake that rocked the world on December 26, 2004 and have calculated that it has moved the North Pole

Population of Animals

Krugerpark News Information: Satellite imagery may be the next tool that biologists use to monitor endangered animal populations. The Bronx Zoo-Based Wildlife Conservation Society in

AIDS Pandemic

Krugerpark News Information: In an interesting development announced in Johannesburg this month, an American-based anti-aids initiative has joined hands with a major non-profit

Lightning strikes another house

Krugerpark News Information: Lightning struck again during a heavy thunderstorm in Hoedspruit on January 23, setting fire to the thatched roof of a simplex unit in the residential

Dung Beetle Perspective

Krugerpark News Information: Many people have commented that we are seeing progressively less insect life recently. This perception, if correct, may be due to insecticide

David Attenbourough

Krugerpark News Information: During the first week of 2005, Hoedspruit was privileged to host one of the leaders in the Natural History Presentation field – Sir David Attenborough

Section Ranger 2004 JOE NKUNA

Krugerpark News Information: Joe Nkuna, section ranger based at Letaba Camp, was named best ranger in Kruger last year. Tall and friendly, Joe is a familiar face to many visitors to
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