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South Africa Tourism Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: South African Tourism products have recently been featured prominently in different parts of the world, thus enhancing the country's status as a


Krugerpark News Information: Years after the dinosaurs roamed the earth, the first grass species came into existence in the Miocene and Pliocene epochs, and vast grasslands began

Fascinating flower emerges

Krugerpark News Information: A rare Southeast Asian flower has bloomed in Hoedspruit. This peculiar flower has defied description and has been called the 'devil's flower', 'bat


Krugerpark News Information: HAENERTSBURG – Located in one of South Africa's dwindling ecosystems, the Louis Changuion hiking trail takes walkers through a 240ha stretch of

Fly spit helps heal

Krugerpark News Information: A husband and wife team of researchers, Ed and Mary Cupp, at the Auburn University Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station have found a

Twin elephants born in Addo

Krugerpark News Information: Twin elephants have been born in the Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape. This is only the third time in the history of the park that such an

Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park Update

Krugerpark News Information: At a ministerial meeting held in Shingwedzi in August 2004, the final step was taken in the ratification of the Gaza-Kruger-Gonarezhou agreement

Climate Change

Krugerpark News Information: Climate change has been positively identified as the key reason that Europe has been experiencing severe droughts in recent years. Research has shown

Disease control in the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park gets AHEAD

Krugerpark News Information: With the recent development of cross-border conservation areas, animal health policies in different countries have to be merged so that diseases are not

New manager appointed at Namaqua National Park

Krugerpark News Information: South African National Parks has appointed a second female park manager to take charge of one of the organisation's 20 national parks. Ms Nicolette Raats

No extinctions from tsunami

Krugerpark News Information: BirdLife International has stated that no extinctions are predicted as a result of the devastating tsunami that struck Asia on December 26, 2004. There

Pink elephant frolics in Crocodile River

Krugerpark News Information: A rare sight greeted Odette Joubert as she sat down for breakfast one morning – a pink elephant. The small elephant, about a month old, came down to

Professional hunters urged to support conservation

Krugerpark News Information: The Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk asked professional hunters to become allies in conservation and tourism

Wildlife Research Objectives

Krugerpark News Information: The enquiring mind of humanity is our most important asset in the struggle for physical survival on earth. The professional activity of 'finding out' or

Aventura Swadini

Krugerpark News Information: Lucas Mashego started his career as a chef at the Mount Sheba Hotel near Lydenburg, where he was born and did most of his schooling. His first encounter

Surviving a Black Mamba bite

Krugerpark News Information: It was about midday on a Thursday in January 1998 when Danie Pienaar came face to face with a black mamba and its bite. Danie, now head

Black Mamba Facts

Krugerpark News Information: The black mamba, one of Africa's most feared and respected snakes, inevitably evokes reactions of fear, respect or awe - often merely by being mentioned

Searching and discovering Kruger

Krugerpark News Information: David Mabunda, chief executive director of the Kruger National Park (KNP), reminded recipients and guests at the annual KNP awards ceremony of the never

Traditional healers attend management courses

Krugerpark News Information: Two groups of traditional healers from the Bushbuckridge area attended a Business Management and Project Leadership course at the Department of Water

Conservation Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: Environmental campaigners and lawyers are calling on UNESCO to place Everest National Park (Sagarmatha National Park) on the World Heritage Danger

Orpen Camp Info

Krugerpark News Information: The camps in the Central Business Unit comprise Orpen, with two satellite camps, Maroela (camping) and Tamboti (tented camp), Satara, Talamati Bush Camp

First successful artificial insemination of rhino

Krugerpark News Information: The first successful artificial insemination of a rhinoceros has been accomplished by scientists from the Berlin Leibniz-Institute for Zoo and Wildlife

Tusker Mabarule Dies

Krugerpark News Information: Mabarule, a big elephant bull in the Kruger National Park (KNP), has died. Section Ranger Johnn Oelofse and his team found the carcass on November 11

Kruger scoops two PMR awards

Krugerpark News Information: The Executive Director of the Kruger National Park, Dr Bandile Mkhize, recently received two prestigious “Mpumalanga Leaders and Achievers” Professional

New chairman begins tenure

Krugerpark News Information: The new chairperson of the board of South African National Parks Ms Cheryl Carolus began her tenure at the helm of the country's premier conservation
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