Construction of the Nxanatseni region's corporate offices, situated at the Phalaborwa Gate, is almost complete and should be finalised by the beginning of October. Regional manager, Ben van Eeden, is looking forward to moving into the new offices by mid-October.
Joining him will be the teams of Louis Olivier, regional ranger, as well as those of nature conservation services, scientific services, and various administration and human resources functions.
Corporate Investigative Services (CIS) has also moved into one section, while the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP) coordinator will be accommodated in the complex.
Though the Ndlovu Node of the South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON) offices have already been completed its staff will only occupy them once the entire complex has been finalised.