The 2016 SASOL Tankwa Birding Bonanza
Join in all the birding fun and excitement at the 2016 SASOL Tankwa Birding Bonanza.
Media Release: Minister Molewa publishes draft notices and regulations for Marine Protected Areas
The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa, has published (03 February 2016) in the Government Gazette no. 39646, draft notices and regulations to declare a network of 22 new proposed Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) as part of the Operation Phakisa Initiative.
Media Release: 100 Mile route through Addo Elephant National Park Internationally Accredited
With less than a month to go until runners take their marks in this year’s Addo Elephant Trail Run, those participating in the 100 mile event have something extra special to look forward to. The newly cleared route they will be running has recently been accredited by the International Trail Running Association (ITRA). This means that participants across all categories – 44km, 76km and the 160km (100 mile) – will now be able to earn points as qualifiers for other local and international trail races. Race sponsors PPC Ltd will also be offering the less adventurous runner the opportunity to enjoy the majesty of the area with the PPC 5km fun run.
Media Release: One Land Love It Expedition reaches second last Park
As the One Land Love It Expedition inches ever closer to its final destination, more and more of cyclist Wayne Bolton’s friends and family are joining him on his epic adventure. His nephew, Kyle Bolton, joined in on the cycle from Camdeboo to Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP) on 8 February 2016. Wayne’s good friends, Andrew Stewart and Dave Pattle, had already teamed up with him at Karoo National Park last week. And, just as they turned onto the gravel road leading into the Park, another of his nephews, Tim Bolton, jogged in as an escort ahead of them.
Removal of the ATM facility at Letaba Rest Camp
Please note that the FNB ATM facilty at Letaba Rest Camp in the Kruger National Park, has been removed as from today (10 February 2016), by the service provider.
Media Release: Another tragic accident on Table Mountain National Park
The management of Table Mountain National Park wishes to express their sincere condolences to the family of the young man who fell to 30 metres on Lion’s head on Friday evening. Unfortunately the 26 year old from Paarl died of his injuries before he could be rescued.
SANParks Honorary Rangers invites you to a Sunset Serenade
The Conservation Services Unit of the SANParks Honorary Rangers invites you to an extended weekend of music performed by a sextet of classical musicians at Mopani Rest Camp in Kruger National Park on 11 -15 May and 8 - 12 June 2016.
Media Release: One Land Love It Expedition reaches Camdeboo National Park
Camdeboo National Park manager, Nick de Goede, and one of his rangers, Lungile Kulu, took to their bicycles this morning to ride into the park with the One Land Love It Expedition. Expedition leader, a SANParks Honorary Ranger - Wayne Bolton, was joined on the last stretch of his journey by friends Andrew Stewart and Dave Pattle, in Karoo National Park.
Starkly different views in the Tsitsikamma MPA process
There is always room for further consultation in a public participation process as not everyone will be happy with the end result.
Media Release: One Land Love It Expedition enters final region
The SANParks Honorary Ranger cycling 6 000kms over 80 days to raise awareness and funds for conservation, Wayne Bolton (49), has reached the 16th of all 19 national parks along his journey. He arrived, along with two police escorts and winged by two rangers, to Karoo National Park outside Beaufort West in the sweltering midday sun on the 4th of February 2016.
Richtersveld under new management
There is a new face that will be greeting you the next time you visit the |Ai-|Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. In December 2015 a new manager took over the driver seat from Nick de Goede after the latter was transferred to Camdeboo National Park in the Graaff-Reinett area.
Media Release: Wetlands Day celebrated at Marakele National Park
Marakele National Park once again took part in this year’s World Wetlands Day celebration which is a very special environmental calendar day, aimed at raising awareness on the deteriorating status of wetlands across the globe.
Media Release: Mapungubwe National Park welcomes two sniffing dogs into the family
Park rangers in Mapungubwe National Park have found new friends to help them in their anti-poaching operations, thanks to the Honorary Rangers (Waterberg region) with the help of Woolworths who donated two sniffing dogs to the Park over the weekend.
Media Release: Body found on Table Mountain
1 February 2016 - The Management of Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) wishes to express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased male that was found near Breakfast Rock on the popular Kasteelspoort hiking route above Camps Bay yesterday morning. Details of the identity of the man are being withheld until next of kin have been informed of the tragedy.
Media Release: New bird spotted in Karoo National Park
The bird immortalised by cuckoo clocks was recently spotted in Karoo National Park for the first time.
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