The Kruger National Park (KNP) will host scientists and researchers from around the world at the 7th Annual Savanna Science Network Meeting which will take place from 19 – 24 April 2009 in the Gold Fields Auditorium in Skukuza.
On 28 March 2009, history in the small was made in the Kruger National Park (KNP). The Honorary Rangers of the Bushveld region hosted a fishing competition at the Reënvoël Dam in the Nxanatseni South Region of the Park.
The guest list for the 10th Kruger National Park (KNP) Achievement Awards, which takes place in Skukuza on Friday, April 17, 2009, includes some of the most influential delegates that Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces have to offer.
KNP Management today warned all road users and visitors that the long arm of the law will certainly act against anybody who is caught disregarding the rules and regulations of the two million hectare park during the Easter school holiday season.
The Crocodile Bridge Entrance Gate at the Kruger National Park (KNP) is currently closed due to the overflowing of the low water bridge above Crocodile River after it rained in nearby areas such as Nelspruit.
The Crocodile Bridge Entrance Gate at the Kruger National Park (KNP) is currently closed due to the overflowing of the low water bridge over the Crocodile River after heavy rains in the last 24 hours.
Come join the SANParks Honorary Rangers of the Counter Poaching and Rangers Support Services at the Annual Sunset Serenade fundraising event taking place in June and September 2009 at the Kruger National Park’s Letaba Rest Camp.
The Kruger National Park’s (KNP) Acting Managing Executive Mr Abe Sibiya yesterday (Wednesday February 11, 2009) received 250 birding guide books for each field ranger in the Park from the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT).
The management and staff of the Kruger National Park (KNP) expressed condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the assistant driver of the vehicle that crashed on the road between Mopani and Shingwedzi rest camps late yesterday afternoon (Thursday February 5, 2009).
The Chief Executive of South African National Parks (SANParks), Dr David Mabunda, announced today that there is no danger of tourists and staff contracting cholera from drinking water in the Kruger National Park (KNP) despite positive reports of cholera in the rivers.
The countries body for organised tourism business, the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) said in a statement that the insinuation that the whole of South Africa is experiencing the cholera outbreak is false.
Staff members are informed that the low water bridge over the Crocodile River is currently overflowing due to rain received over the past few days. The dams upstream have also overflowed and this might cause the low water bridge to remain flooded. All vehicles will not be allowed to enter or exit through Crocodile Bridge Entrance Gate until further notice.
The Kruger National Park’s (KNP) acting Managing Executive Mr Abe Sibiya announced today (Wednesday, January 14, 2009) that 503 fines were issued to visitors who failed to obey the rules of the park during the December 2008 Festive Season.
Members of the Kruger National Park (KNP) Management Committee showed their commitment to the rules and regulations of the park today (Friday December 5, 2008) by doing a blitz on visitors who choose to break the rules.
Kruger National Park (KNP) personnel have been alerted about the activity of geocaching being carried out in the Park, and visitors are hereby informed that this is a prohibited and illegal activity in the Park.
The Managing Executive of the Kruger National Park (KNP), Dr Bandile Mkhize presented Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park with a rubber dingy on a loan basis yesterday (Tuesday November 25, 2008) to help with law enforcement in that park.
The trading licence of Galewil Liquors which allows this company to trade in the Kruger National Park (KNP) has been suspended pending a full investigation into last week’s road accident on the Skukuza – Lower Sabie road which resulted in serious injuries to at least seven people.