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11 September 2009Innovative road-building

An environment-friendly road-building project in the iSimangaliso (formerly Greater St Lucia) wetland park is enhancing the area's status as a natural World Heritage Site.It is also providing jobs for

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30 August 2009NWR opens Ai-Ais hot springs spa

/Ai /Ais-Richtersveld - Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has re-opened its newly refurbished and former rest camp Ai-Ais Hot Spring Spa for business as it strategically positions its operations ahead of

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12 August 20092008 Annual Review and Financial Statements

The 2008 Annual Review and Financial Statements have been uploaded here for your perusal.

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21 July 2009Region to stamp conservation efforts

NGOMA - The five participating countries in the Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) are expected to sign the multilateral treaty that will formally establish the KAZA TFCA in

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15 July 2009Proclamation of Marine Protected Area in Africa’s first Marine TFCA

On 14 July 2009 the government of Mozambique took a significant step in protecting its coastline when it declared a 678km² Marine Protected Area stretching from Ponta do Ouro in the south to the Mapu

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24 June 2009Veterinary research station to focus on TFCAs

On Monday, 22 June 2009 the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA), Peace Parks Foundation and the University of Pretoria signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop the Hans Hoheisen Wi

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20 June 2009Shashe irrigation scheme gets boost

PEACE Parks Foundation of South Africa yesterday handed over electric fence worth R250 000 to Shashe Irrigation Scheme in Beitbridge district to help deter stray elephants from destroying crops in the

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19 June 2009Limpopo/Shashe renamed Greater Mapungubwe TFCA

The Limpopo/Shashe TFCA, shared by Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe was today, 19 June, renamed the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area.Ministers Kitso Mokaila of Tourism in Botswana

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29 May 2009Alexander Forbes supports Peace Parks Foundation

On 28 May Werner Myburgh, Peace Parks Foundation CEO received R51 936.00 from Julie Fredericks, Alexander Forbes Risk Services CEO during a brief ceremony at Alexander Forbes' offices in Stellenbosch,

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12 May 2009Meeting with HM Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands

Peace Parks Foundation officials had the honour to meet with HM Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands on May 12th to brief her on the work of Peace Parks Foundation: the organisation her father Prince Bern

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