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!Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park, Community Development, Kgalagadi TFP

ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape A World Heritage Site

On 8 July 2017, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee inscribed the ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape in South Africa on the list of World Heritage Sites. The ǂKhomani Cultural Landscape is located at the border with Botswana and Namibia in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

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!Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park, Community Development, Kgalagadi TFP

Astounding Success Of Erin

Tourism Officer for the Khomani San, Dirk Pienaar, says something meaningful has been started from nothing by Peace Parks Foundation, which manages the ‘Khomani San – Living in Peace’ project, sponsored by Rotary...

!Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park, Community Development, Kgalagadi TFP, SA College for Tourism

Tracker Academy Expands To The Kalahari

We are excited to announce that SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy has opened a training base on South Africa's largest private game reserve, Tswalu Kalahari reserve in the Northern Cape province of...

!Ae!Hai Kalahari Heritage Park, Community Development, Kgalagadi TFP

Khomani San Rising

Connecting People to Nature: World Environment Day – 5 June Descendents of the original inhabitants of southern Africa, the Khomani San of the Kalahari are revered for their intimate knowledge of bush lore....

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Solar Powered To Success

The Kasaya School in the Simalaha Community Conservancy is a modest building. Yet inside great positive transformation is happening – and it’s impacting the whole community.

Community Development, Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Simalaha Community Conservancy

Conservation Agriculture Sweeps Across Zambia

Farmers inside the Simalaha Community Conservancy in KAZA TFCA have more than enough fresh vegetables to feed their families, and surplus produce is sold. This because conservation agriculture is being practised here, and...

Community Development

250 Bicycles Donated To Learners From Makuleke Community

On 26 April, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) and Qhubeka donated 250 bicycles to underprivileged learners at N’wanati High School in Limpopo’s Makuleke Community as part of Qhubeka’s innovative Scholar Mobility Programme.

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