The Kruger National Park Managing Executive Dr Bandile Mkhize honoured all 84 of the park’s past and present trails rangers and the role these men and women have played in conservation for the past 30 years yesterday, 22 September 2008.
Six bull elephants will be relocated to Gorongosa National Park (GNP) in Mozambique from the Kruger National Park (KNP) this month as part of a plan to restore the 350 000 hectare park to its former glory.
The Kruger National Park’s (KNP) Managing Executive Dr Bandile Mkhize accepted the Keep Kruger Clean pledge of 36 grade 10 school pupils from all around the Park in Skukuza on Saturday 30 August 2008 as part of the on-going Keep Kruger Clean Campaign.
Kruger National Park (KNP) Open Safari Vehicle (OSV) operator Thompsons Indaba Safaris presented the Park’s Managing Executive Dr Bandile Mkhize with a framed pledge where all the guides that work for the company vow to maintain all the rules and regulations of the park this week (Monday August 11, 2008).
Kruger National Park scientists, researchers and veterinarian surgeons teamed up with crocodile experts and other ecologists from universities and other institutions in yet another attempt at trying to unravel the mystery of the crocodile deaths in the Olifants and Letaba rivers this week.
The Mazda Wildlife Fund once again supported the annual Sunset Serenade, which took place from 18 – 22 June. The event, staged at the Kruger National Park, aimed to highlight the importance and prominent work of the Honorary Rangers of the Counter Poaching and Ranger Support Services Unit of South African National Parks.
The Kruger National Park’s Managing Executive Dr Bandile Mkhize accepted a donation of 195 MaxiBin cigarette disposal bins today (Monday June 23, 2008) from British American Tobacco (BAT) South Africa.
Attention all birders! Booking opens on 18 June 2008 for the ever popular Kruger Park Birding Weekend which will be hosted by West Rand Honorary Rangers at the end of January / beginning February 2009.
The Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Mr Marthinus van Schalkwyk joined various other dignitaries and more than a thousand people to celebrate the Kruger National Park’s 110th Anniversary in Skukuza today (Saturday June 14, 2008).
A think tank of veterinary surgeons, scientists, researchers, rangers and managers met in Skukuza in the Kruger National Park (KNP) yesterday (Tuesday June 3, 2008) to discuss the discovery of at least 30 of crocodile carcasses found in the Olifants River last week.
People might be forgiven if they thought the Klondyk-era of the Lowveld Gold Rush had returned as cold coin aficionados from all over South Africa rushed to Skukuza in the Kruger National Park this Saturday (May 31, 2008).
Environmental Basic Assessment for the proposed upgrade of the Skukuza Conference Facility
The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park boasts yet another sought after adventure experience. At Indaba in Durban earlier this month Transfrontier Parks Destinations announced the introduction of their Rio Elefantes Canoeing Trail in Mozambique’s Parque Nacional do Limpopo and posed the question “where else in Southern Africa can you paddle a major river between its confluences with two other major rivers"?
Plans are being finalized, food is being prepared, speeches are being written, cultural dancers are practicing and the final touches are being done in expectation of the Kruger National Parkâ€™s (KNP) three week long celebration of 110 years of successful conservation.
The Kruger National Park Rangers were out in the field today (Thursday May 22, 2008) near Malelane Entrance Gate in the extreme South of the park, where they celebrated their Ranger’s Day by demonstrating what they do best which is to combat poaching and to maintain the integrity of the park.Displaying 451 to 480 (of 767)