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New operating hours for Golden Rhino Restaurant in Mapungubwe

Date: 2013-12-11

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The Golden Rhino restaurant, situated in Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site, will be operating under new hours from Friday, 13 December 2013. The new hours will now be 08:00 to 20:00, daily.

This according to Park Manager, Fhatuwani Mugwabana, who said the new hours are being implemented in order to accommodate those clients who drive from afar to come to the park. “Most of our clients usually arrive here late, and by the time they get here all they want is to eat and sleep, and the current hours were not accommodating them”, he said.

“We even have a revamped menu to ensure that we cater for all our clients’ needs“, concluded Mugwabana.

To experience the hospitality of the Golden Rhino restaurant, the sacredness of the Mapungubwe Hill and many other activities, please visit Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site. For booking contact Central Reservations at +27 12 428 9111 or email

Issued by: 
South African National Parks (SANParks) Northern Region Communications
Tel: 012 426 5304

Divhani Maremba
SANParks Regional Communications Manager: Northern Region
Tel: 012 426-5304; Cell: 082 941 9980


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