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23 February 2010Another milestone toward Africa's biggest conservation area

The cornerstone for the Africa's biggest conservation area, the Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) was laid on 7 December 2006 with the signing of a memorandum of understand

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8 February 2010Dutch Postcode Lottery's tremendous support - Another million Euros!

On 5 February, Peace Parks Foundation was again the very fortunate recipient of another €1 million from the Dutch Postcode Lottery.

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5 February 2010Dutch Postcode Lottery supports Peace Parks Foundation

John Loudon and Frits Strietman, Board Members of Peace Parks Foundation, proudly received the cheques from the Managing Director of the Dutch Postcode Lottery, Sigrid van Aken. The Lottery, which is

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11 December 2009Swedish Postcode Foundation supports Peace Parks Foundation

The funding will be used to support the development of transfrontier conservation areas, and fund international coordinators, project managers and training.In 2008 the Swedish Postcode Foundation dona

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3 December 2009Southern African Wildlife College 2009 graduation ceremony

On 5 November 2009, 27 rangers and conservation staff from five African countries graduated from the Southern African Wildlife College.The College was established in 1997 thanks to the support of WWF

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26 November 2009SA Lottery supports !Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park

South Africa's National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund has made a significant contribution to the development of the !Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park. The generous donation of R4.8 million will help pr

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20 November 2009R8.46 million boost to South Africa's tourism industry

On Friday, 20 November 2009, South Africa's National Lotteries Board informed the SA College for Tourism in Graaff-Reinet of a fantastic cash injection of R8.46 million! This is the largest single mon

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12 November 2009Mapungubwe Interpretive Center named World Building of the Year

A University of Cambridge lecturer is among a team of designers, architects and engineers that have won three awards for their contributions to a new eco-friendly visitor center in South Africa.The Ma

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9 November 2009Transfrontier venture gratifies ministers

KATIMA MULILO - The five SADC ministers with the portfolios of environment and tourism in Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe yesterday expressed satisfaction with the progress made on the

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21 October 2009Transfrontier marine park a first

Africa's first - and largest - transfrontier marine conservation area has been established, connecting Maputaland in South Africa's World Heritage Site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, with Mozambique'

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