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20 January 2015Seamless management of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

In Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, staff from Botswana and South Africa work together to ensure that visitors adhere to park regulations in order to protect the fragile desert environment and its wildli

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13 January 2015Wildlife populations increasing steadily

In 2010 the Mozambican government began a translocation programme to Maputo Special Reserve in order to re-introduce species that were historically found in the area and to develop a tourism product.

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6 January 2015Kgalagadi now has WiFi

In follow-up to the previous report, when WiFi was installed at Twee Rivieren/Two Rivers entrance gate and rest camp, the service has now been extended.

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29 December 2014Training videos for Simalaha Community Conservancy

Hitachi Data Systems and Xcelus, with generous support from the Kadans Foundation, has produced conservation farming training videos. The videos were distributed on Samsung Tablets that will be used b

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19 December 2014CEO’s 2014 year-end message

On 4 February, the year started on a high note when the Dutch Postcode Lottery (Nationale Postcode Loterij) announced that Peace Parks Foundation and WWF Netherlands was the recipient of the Dreamfund

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18 December 2014Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park collaboration to counter poaching

To counter rhino poaching, there has been increased collaboration at a park management level between Limpopo National Park (LNP) in Mozambique and the Kruger National Park in South Africa, as part of

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17 December 2014Call to combine efforts, create partnerships and pool resources if conservation in Africa is to succeed

December 2014: The burgeoning poaching onslaught was the prime topic this year when 48 students from seven different countries across the southern African region graduated from the Southern African Wi

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10 December 20142014 Graduation: SA College for Tourism

On 28 November 89 young women from across the Southern African Development Community and sixteen young men graduated at SA College for Tourism (SACT) with a Certificate in Small Accommodation Establis

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1 December 2014Dr Ian Player - A Tribute

Dr Player was not a man of half measures and approached everything in life with total commitment and dedication. No doubt one of his greatest contributions was his involvement in spearheading an initi

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28 November 2014KAZA TFCA univisa now in effect

In a major step to enhance tourism to the world's largest terrestrial transfrontier conservation area, the governments of Zambia and Zimbabwe are today launching the Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) TFCA univis

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