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In the recent weeks, South African National Parks (SANParks) has been in the media concerning upcoming developments in the Kruger National Park (KNP) - we have decided to give you a breakdown of these developments.
Addo Elephant National Park has received heavy rain – 115mm so far - over the course of this morning, however it remains open.
Johannesburg: The country’s authority charged with the management of all national parks, South African National Parks (SANParks) launched a natural history documentary titled ‘South African Conservation Success Story’ last night (Thursday, 17 March 2011) at Monte Casino, IL Grande Theatre and Lounge in collaboration with Peter Flack Productions and important entities in the wildlife management and hunting industry in South Africa.
South African National Parks (SANParks) has welcomed a successful conviction of three suspected rhino poachers that appeared in the Nelspruit Regional Court on Monday, 14 March 2011.
The Chief Executive Officer of South African National Parks (SANParks), Dr David Mabunda, announced at Pretoria today that to date (2011) South Africa has lost 71 rhinos.
SANParks CEO responds to Dr Salomon Joubert’s anti-development media statements
In responding to the article published by The Star on 06 March 2011 written by Dr Salomon Joubert and titled “Using hotels to raise cash for Kruger Park not the answer” it is important to dispel a few “myths” which have been perpetuated in this article first. Read more..
Media Release: No proof that hotels cause environmental degradation in national parks - SANParks CEO
Skukuza: Following media reports that hotel establishments in the Kruger National Park (KNP) will bring the end to the character of national parks and sense of place, the South African National Parks (SANParks), Chief Executive Officer, Dr David Mabunda challenged the validity of these claims.
The Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Ms Edna Molewa, says the rising rhino poaching scourge is a cause for concern. Molewa has called for more public involvement in the efforts to reduce rhino poaching in the country.
South African National Parks (SANParks) is offering special rates to reservations made through the SANParks online booking system for selected Parks and Camps during January 2012.
The Kruger National Park’s (KNP’s) Head of People and Conservation, Helen Mmethi presented on behalf of Management, the Sports Coordinator, Annah Milazi of Alexandria Lower Primary School with a complete soccer kit for school children on Wednesday February 16, 2011.
The purpose of this survey is to get a perspective of visitors’ views of Responsible Tourism.
The Alexandria Hiking Trail in Addo Elephant National Park has been temporarily closed for a week.
It has indeed been a long wait for the announcement of the winners for the 2010 Writing Competition.
Due to an overwhelming response to the 4x4 training course scheduled for 5 March 2011, the SANPark’s Honorary Rangers, Addo Region has decided to extend the course to Sunday, 6 March 2011.
The Chief Executive Officer of South African National Parks (SANParks), Dr David Mabunda, announced at Pretoria today, 07 February 2011, that during the evening of 6th February 2011, park rangers operating in the Stolsnek Section of the Kruger National Park made contact with a group of at least five armed suspected poachers in the park.
The Chief Executive Officer of South African National Parks (SANParks), Dr David Mabunda, announced at Pretoria today that in the month of January 2011 South Africa has lost 21 rhinos.
There have been many facility closures as well as one road closure due to the recent flooding at the Augrabies Falls National Park.
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The Chief Executive Officer of South African National Parks (SANParks), Dr David Mabunda, announced at Pretoria today that in 2010 South Africa lost 333 rhino with 162 suspected poachers having been arrested in relation to the crime.
The Addo Honorary Rangers, in association with Adventure 4x4 Academy in Port Elizabeth, will be hosting a 4x4 training course where all funds raised from this event will assist SANParks to combat rhino poaching in the Eastern Cape.
After the recent floods, campsite and accommodation bookings are now available as from 17 March 2011.
Welcome to the newly redesigned SANParks website!
It is our intention to make this a thrilling experience for you - one that, we hope, comes close to being in a park. Either way, we welcome your feedback on how we can make it all even better. Please take a minute to participate in our poll.
Read the latest on the Wild Card Replacement System
Forty-nine endangered African penguin juveniles were given a new lease of life today when they where successfully released onto Bird Island following a rehabilitation process.
As you can see SANParks has launched a fresh, new, modern look and feel website. This is only one of our milestones – we have also launched SANParks.Mobi and implemented significant enhancements to the Online Booking system.
The Online Booking System is back up again – and you can now continue to make your reservations.
Addo Elephant National Park Rangers have arrested a diver in possession of abalone near Bird Island in the Eastern Cape’s Algoa Bay in the early hours of this morning.