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2 February 2011New Director

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28 December 2010Support for SA College for Tourism

The Swedish Postcode Foundation has donated more than R2 million to the SA College for Tourism.

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6 December 2010Wildlife College salutes its 2010 graduands

This year a record number of students graduated from the Southern African Wildlife College which is making great strides towards becoming the most sought after Centre of Excellence in Conservation Edu

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26 November 2010Another hugely successful year!

The SA College for Tourism held their annual graduation ceremony on Friday 19 November in Graaff Reinet, hosted by its Chairperson, Mrs Gaynor Rupert. This year 86 young unemployed women were empowere

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17 November 2010Mandela award site in World Heritage conservation row

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1 November 2010Van Loveren’s Big Five set to benefit Wildlife College

Van Loveren, the well known Robertson wine farm, has entered into a four-year agreement with the Southern African Wildlife College, which will see the College benefitting from the sale of the farm's F

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19 October 2010Major donation to Peace Parks Foundation Sweden

On 13 October 2010 Peace Parks Foundation Sweden became the very fortunate permanent recipient of the Swedish Postcode Lottery, which donated more than SEK 5 million for 2010 (approximately €538 000

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21 September 2010Development of Mozambique's Maputo Special Reserve

For the first time ever, wildlife was translocated from various game reserves in South Africa to Mozambique's Maputo Special Reserve between 14 and 16 September 2010. This, combined with a number of w

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26 August 2010Opening of the Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station

On 25 August 2010 the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA), University of Pretoria (UP) and Peace Parks Foundation (PPF) officially opened the refurbished and upgraded Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Res

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11 August 2010Mining in the Mapungubwe area ceases – for now

On Tuesday 3rd August 2010, a coalition of civil society organisations, concerned about the recent granting of a mining right to Limpopo Coal (Pty) Ltd by the Department of Mineral Resources, (the app

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