Peace Parks News

10 July 2003Seven elephants released into Mozambique

A family group of seven elephants were translocated from the Kruger National Park to the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique yesterday.This translocation was timed to coincide with the African Union S

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9 July 2003World Heritage Site

Mapungubwe heritage site a 'Milestone for Renaissance'The declaration of the Limpopo province's Mapungubwe as a World Heritage Site has been hailed as "another milestone in the crusade of the African

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30 June 2003Wildlife translocation

Another massive translocation on animals is under way. Peace Parks Foundation has secured R18-million for the three-year programme to translocate elephants and other wild animals to Limpopo National P

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25 September 2002Jumbo journey

LETABA - As part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP) initiative, another batch of 50 Kruger National Park (KNP) elephant has been relocated to Mozambique. And in full view of the world's me

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5 August 2002Maloti-Drakensberg TFCA - current status

TFCA Facilitator for Lesotho's progress reportIntroductionThe Maloti-Drakensberg TFCA was blessed with probably one of the best winter months since 1981. Although we sympathize with farmers in both Le

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17 August 2001Ai-Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Conservation Park

On 17 August 2001 the Minister Environmental Affairs of Namibia, Minister Philemon Malima and his South African counterpart, Minister Valli Moosa, signed the Memorandum of Understanding towards the es

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