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Modern technology has become important even in the heart of the African bush. GPS technology is being used to track and study animals, and computers plot the season's veld fires. The children of Skukuza primary need to be computer litterate to prepare them to function competently in modern society.
There is no way of knowing the answer to the above question, but Duke has recently been photographed with a breeding herd, and is pictured here with a calf. It is impossible to know if this is Duke’s offspring as he could have just joined this herd for a while, however it's nice to think that he could have fathered another of what must be many calves.
At around the time of the opening of Kruger’s newest camp, Tsendze Rustic Campsite, a rather unusual challenge was encountered.SABC Afrikaans radio station RSG approached KNP Public Relations Department with an idea of broadcasting its current affairs programme – Monitor - live from Tsendze and what did we think of that?
As a new year begins, SANParks continues its strategy to improve the quality of the guest experience! To do this, it is important to get the feedback from our guests. To facilitate customer feedback, we will be requesting that guests complete the Customer Feedback Form...
On Thursday 7 December two vets, Dr Danny Govender and Dr Peter Buss from KNP Veterinary Wildlife Services and pilot Hennie de Waal, left Skukuza to fit collars to seven bull elephants. It was an early 4h30 start to fly to Shingwedzi to beat the heat, as there is a risk of an elephant suffering from heat stress if captured later in the day when the temperatures are high.
Crocodile Bridge Entrance Gate in the South of the Kruger National Park (KNP) was opened again for traffic today (Tuesday January 2, 2007) after it was closed for four days due to the rising of the Crocodile River.
In order to prevent disappointment that visitors might have if they are turned away at the Kruger National Park’s 10 entrance gates, the KNP’s acting Executive Director Dr Freek Venter urged visitors be aware of gate quotas when planning their day visit.
KNP Rangers, Protection Services personnel and Traffic Officials of the Kruger National Park will be on high alert this Festive Season and will have a Zero Tolerance approach to anyone found breaking the rules...“We don’t mean to scare anyone away from enjoying their holiday in the Kruger, but we do get repeated requests from our law abiding guests that their holidays are spoiled by those who feel the rules don’t apply to them...
Prominent horticulturalist, author and indigenous plant expert, Geoff Nichols, was on hand in Skukuza to help various SANParks staff with general botanical issues. Based in Durban, KZN, Geoff is an expert consultant on various plant related topics ranging from vegetation assessment to site rehabilitation, with an indigenous nursery in Westville, KZN called Fig Tree Indigenous Nursery.
The R1.5-million upgrade to the Skukuza Game Capture Bomas was officially recognised today (Tuesday November 28, 2006) by the Kruger National Park’s Executive Director, Dr Bandile Mkhize...
By: Izak Smit (Research Manager: GIS & Remote Sensing)
A view from above might help answer questions on the ground. In order to manage Kruger National Park effectively and to understand how actions like artificial surface water provision, management fires and animal numbers influence the system, effective and well-designed monitoring programmes are crucial...
This year, the ladies showed the way at the Southern African Wildlife College graduation with Esther Sibanda from Zimbabwe the proud recipient of the best Certificate student prize and Belinda Haaketa from Zambia the best student in the Diploma class.
Total SA received a KNP Executive Director’s Special Merit Award for its continued support in the KNP over time. TOTAL South Africa General Manager for Retail, Craig Lourens, received the award on behalf of TOTAL at the annual Kruger Park Awards function held at Skukuza on Friday 17 November.
What makes the world famous Kruger National Park special? The park’s media relations officer Raymond Travers tries to answer this question as he shows the different attractions that have made this “palette of Eden” the yearly quest of more than a million visitors per year.
After the very successful Club Championships of 2006, the time has come to start planning for our next Championship Competition in 2007...
For the eighth year in a row, the Kruger National Park (KNP) presented achievement awards to its top camps, gates, ranger stations, departments, regions and staff at the 2006 KNP Achievement Awards function in Skukuza tonight (Friday November 17, 2006).
The very first guests to stay at Tsendze arrived on the 2 November, one day after the camp openned. In just two weeks since then, Tsendze has all the makings of a Kruger Classic, as the conversations taking place about this camp on the SANParks forums illustrate.
Environmental consultant Butch Rossouw reports that there have been no appeals reported in the environmental impact process for the creation of a new Orpen Gate, leaving the road clear for construction to start...
Nine senior officials from the Kruger National Park (KNP) Technical Services Department recently completed their National Qualifications Framework (NQF) level five and level seven diploma courses and were presented with their certificates last week...
Response Letter to the Saturday Star, November 2006: Elephant corridors seem to be “flavour of the month” currently, mainly due to Prof. Rudi van Aarde’s position and his frequent pushing of this point in the respective media. Elephant corridors are, however, still only a theoretical or potential management option and are as yet completely untested in practice. Nowhere has a successful elephant corridor yet been created...,
The Kruger National Park's (KNP) Executive Director, Dr Bandile Mkhize was presented with a R100 000 cheque from Thubelisha Homes as the first instalment of a three-year donation to the park'ss Cybertracker Programme...
On behalf of SANParks and the e-commerce team we'd like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who supported the latest SANParks forum fundraising initiative!! We hope it’s the first of many and look forward to many more projects like this in the future.
The Honorary Rangers of the Counter Poaching & Ranger Support Services Unit of South African National Parks, invite you to join us for an extended weekend of music near Letaba, a beautifully shaded camp in the Kruger Park, from 9th May, departing on 13th May 2007
Lower Sabie is a very old camp originally built in the 1930's. It has a special place in many people's hearts. The infrastructure is however old and desperately needs upgrading. This development is vital to ensure that we give our guests value for money but do not destroy the ambiance of the camp...
The annual Syngenta conference with the theme ‘Power of the Pack’ was recently held at the Mopani Restcamp in the Kruger National Park.
A group of the top tour operators were given a sneak preview of the Kruger National Park’s newest overnight facility, the Tsendze Rustic Campsite today (Thursday October 19, 2006)...
The Treehouse research programme held their fourth annual workshop in Skukuza recently with great success. Participants were from Southern Africa and the United States of America who are passionately involved in research into People and Conservation issues affecting biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelihoods...
It was in June 2006, when a young ambitious man arrived in Kruger and within a short space of time; he had transformed the KNP’s Bus and Truck Drivers into confident champions who walk with their heads high.Displaying 511 to 540 (of 651)