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23 August 2013South African government remains committed to efforts to fight rhino poaching

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16 August 2013Simalaha wildlife sanctuary fence completed

The Simalaha area, situated in south-western Zambia, falls within two chiefdoms, Sesheke and Chundu. Because of annual flooding, the area is mainly used for seasonal grazing. Senior Chief Inyambo Yet

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8 August 2013Acknowledging the region's field rangers

On World Ranger Day, which is celebrated on the 31st of July, Peace Parks Foundation launched an appeal for funding to support the region's field rangers, who are playing a vital role in protecting so

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30 July 2013Tracker Academy Lead Tracker Course

In July 2013 the SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy conducted its inaugural Lead Tracker course. Recognised by the Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA), the Lead Tracker qualificati

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18 July 2013Progress made in the Nyika TFCA

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11 July 2013College develops rhino ambassador training

The Southern African Wildlife College has, with the support of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, been instrumental in developing the training materials and conducting the initial training of community rhino amba

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4 July 2013Governor inaugurates new boundary fence

On 28 June 2013 the Governor of Gaza Province, Raimundo Diomba, inaugurated the new south-easten boundary fence at a ceremony held at Massinguir Gate.

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24 June 2013Maloti Drakensberg Transboundary World Heritage Site

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21 June 2013Chemucane ecotourist lodge under construction

The construction of the Chemucane community lodge in Maputo Special Reserve, featuring nine exclusive guest suites, with two family and seven double-bedded units, is well under way.

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10 June 2013Training black rhino monitors at Majete in Malawi

In April 2013 Renias Mhlongo, senior tracker, and Alex van den Heever, senior tracker evaluator, from the SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy, were invited to train a group of black rhino monitors

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