TC there are a few threads in the general advice section that give a few hints and tips on camping as well. I know I have posted there once or twice.
You will need to get a blue plug (mentioned in the PM reply to you) if you want to use electricity. Personally, I hardly ever use electricity when I camp in Kruger and even camping in other places, use it only when I cook or to boil water for coffee. (In KNP they have those hydroboils so one has a constant supply of boiling water on tap.
Once done with cooking, I switch off all lights and use only very low gas lighting or candles.
I may use an electric light (low wattage energy saver) to read a bit in bed before I go to sleep.
Make youself a checklist and use it always when packing to go camping. Make sure before you leave your site, that you have packed everything, including mallet and tent pegs. Nothing irritates more than arriving at your next camp site to recall that you left your pegs at home / on your previous trip some months ago and many miles away / at the previous camp you just left and it is several hundred k's away.
When selecting a camp site, always try to find one that is flatish and shady. if it has a gentle slope, rain water will drain away if it happens to rain. If the site is flat, try to make sure you are not pitching your tent in a hollow on the site. (You'll wake up in a swimming pool.)
If you use an inflatable air matress, put a blanket over it to keep the cold from coming in under the bed. Pump it up only enough to keep your hips and shoulders off the floor. If you inflate it too hard, it's uncomfortable. It is also unlikely to pop if you accidentally stand in it. Make sure you have no stones under where your tent will be pitched. Make sure there are no thorns to puncture the matress.
Camping is logical stuff. Think logically before setting up camp and you'll have many happy camps.
Of course some may not be so happy, like when there is a hectic thunderstorm.
Camping is great. It really is and when you camp in Kruger IT ROCKS
Conservation is not an option.
It's imperative.Leave KNP alone. Go build a hotel someplace else. Reserves are for the preservation of wildlife. Think Pink. ..