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Mothers and children living with HIV and Aids in Bohlabela

Krugerpark News Information: It did not take little Zenobia Mathebula who is not yet three, ten minutes to adopt her new fluffy baby bear and have him bouncing on her back as she

The Cyber Tracker Program in the Kruger National Park

Krugerpark News Information: The CyberTracker (CT) system has proven to be an indispensable tool for field data collection in the Kruger National Park (KNP). The system was developed


Krugerpark News Information: After this welcome period of rain, in a season that is predicted to be hot and dry, many of the later flowering plants are out in full bloom. While

New manager appointed at Wits Rural Facility

Krugerpark News Information: Laura Wheatman, newly appointed manager of Wits Rural Facility (WRF), knows when and how to apply creative strategies under adverse conditions.

Experiencing Kruger the Bundu Way

Krugerpark News Information: On 10 – 12 December 2004 I had the privilege to of experiencing the Bundu Trail. The group was out on an afternoon / night drive and I arrived at the

Pretorius Kop Best Camp in Kruger 2004

Krugerpark News Information: Mixing young and old blood in the top echelons of management could be one of many elements that made Pretoriuskop stand out as Best Camp in Kruger

Tourism Snippets | Polokwane International Airport Developments

Krugerpark News Information: Polokwane International Airport Limited has embarked on a development strategy which will enable it to take its rightful place among the country's top

Wild Cat facts

Krugerpark News Information: 65-day gestation period. Female gives birth to two or three kittens. The young suckle for approximately one month and accompany their mother on hunting


Krugerpark News Information: The earliest known history of the African Wild Cat (Felis lybica) dates back 5 000 years ago to Egypt, where it was tamed for domestic use primarily for

Arrive Alive on patrol for the holidays

Krugerpark News Information: This year Arrive Alive has launched a campaign to make people, especially pedestrians, more aware of road safety. The Niyabonwa – Visibility Campaign

Leopard caught in Phalaborwa

Krugerpark News Information: An injured and hungry leopard turned to catching cats and dogs in the south-eastern parts of Phalaborwa for her survival. This in turn alerted pet owners

National Biodiversity Institute launched

Krugerpark News Information: Environmental affairs and tourism minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk officially opened the new South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) on

Day visitors asked to make bookings

Krugerpark News Information: This year's festive season is expected to be a busy one for the Kruger National Park, and Dr Bandile Mkhize, executive director, has asked visitors

The search for free roaming lions continue

Krugerpark News Information: A pride of free roaming lions, said by some sources to be wandering around the Finale/Oaks/Blyde River Conservancy areas near Hoedspruit for the last

Disabled may now drive on the beach

Krugerpark News Information: Laws passed in 2001 that made it illegal for 4x4 vehicles to drive on South Africa's beaches have now been amended to allow disabled persons to use

Game Census 2004 in Kruger National Park

Krugerpark News Information: How the game census in the Kruger National Park, other than the buffalo and elephant census, is done, has changed significantly over the last 10 years

Pesticide and herbicide resistance

Krugerpark News Information: In her book “Living Downstream” American ecologist Sandra Steingraber records that less than 20 insect species showed pesticide resistance in 1950; in

Living on the Edge

Krugerpark News Information: Ecologically speaking, on the edge of a vlei, on the edge of a forest, on the edge of a water body means that you are also on the edge of some other

Fire destroys house at prime estate

Krugerpark News Information: A thatch house in the wildlife estate of Raptor's View was gutted by fire on December 15, 2004. The house was struck by lightning shortly before 02h00

New municipal demarcation to affect Kruger Park

Krugerpark News Information: The Kruger National Park, which in political terms is currently a managerial district under the Bohlabela Municipality, may soon be divided into two

Accident claims life on Christmas Day

Krugerpark News Information: A man died as a result of a single-car accident on the road between Tshokwane and Satara. The accident occurred at about 12h55 on Christmas Day

Conservation Snippets

Krugerpark News Information: The second annual national blue swallow count which took place on November 13 and 14, 2004 found a total of 134 adult birds. This number is an increase

Help Identify the New Big Tuskers

Krugerpark News Information: During the 70s, former warden of the Park, dr U de V (Tol) Pienaar had a vision to share the beauty and splendour of Kruger's Big Tuskers with the rest

Satara guest house destroyed by fire

Krugerpark News Information: Frankel House in Satara camp was burnt to the ground in the early morning of December 18, 2004. Although unoccupied at the time of the fire, the house

Genetically Modified Foods The Hot Debate

Krugerpark News Information: Genetically-modified (GM) foods and genetic engineering have become a hot topic of debate in recent years. Advances in biotechnology have made it
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