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21 September 2017Design and innovation pave the way for rhino horn demand management in China

A group of Chinese university students are boldly stepping forward as envoys for their country in the fight to save Africa’s rhino species.

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15 September 2017WATCH: Vietnamese youth vow to protect Africa's rhino

In July 2017, 11 young people from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, were brought to South Africa for a life-changing wilderness experience as part of the Wild Rhino Campaign. Watch their story here.

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4 September 201745 Vultures poisoned in Limpopo National Park

The National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC) in Mozambique is gravely concerned about an apparent escalation of wildlife poisoning incidents in Limpopo National Park, following the recent

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28 August 2017Greater Mapungubwe Rangers - Custodians of Conservation

“Every Ranger and Scout of Greater Mapungubwe is a custodian who holds the responsibility of guarding the future of the Protected Area’s natural biodiversity - for in these wild places is found te

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25 August 2017Charles and Lumpy lead the way to Zinave

This week saw the first two of 54 elephants safely released in Zinave National Park, Mozambique. The two elephant bulls, Charles and Lumpy, were translocated from Dinokeng Game Reserve in Gauteng –

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17 August 2017Rewilding Mozambique's Elephant Coast

As part of ongoing efforts to develop the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation and Resource Area, a further 2 300 animals are being translocated to Maputo Special Reserve in Mozambique during 2017. As o

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8 August 2017New life for Elephants in Nyika National Park

Malawi’s Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining through the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, supported by South African-based NGO, Peace Parks Foundation, this month translocated

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1 August 2017Traversing three countries on the run

Earlier this year, Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) hosted the second Mapungubwe Transfrontier Wildrun®. The 76 participants were mostly from South Africa, but also from 10 o

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27 July 2017'We can make a difference,' says Vietnamese Youth

The continued senseless killing of African rhino for their horn, is driven by the demand for horn in primary consumer countries in Asia, such as Vietnam and China. More than 90% of horn goes to or thr

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21 July 2017Loss of a great friend and supporter

Peace Parks Foundation is deeply saddened by the loss of one of its most devoted and generous supporters, Mr Hansjürg Saager, who was also the chairman of the Peace Parks Foundation Legacy Society.

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