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Lubombo TFCA, Ndumo Game Reserve

Whales, sharks and turtles have chosen well

The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, which was proclaimed SA's first World Heritage Site in 1999, plays host to five different ecosystems within a relatively small area of 260 000 ha. At the heart of the park is a complex system of estuarine and freshwater lakes, fed by five rivers.

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Development of 1.8 billion Rand resort announced

The development is situated on an 11,000 hectare property granted on a 99 year lease by His Majesty, King Mswati III of Swaziland. It incorporates the Swaziland portion of the Jozini Dam and...

Lubombo TFCA

New conservation parks only the start

DEEP in the rural wilderness area bordering Mozambique, two local community groups have decided to join the wildlife business by creating new game reserves on their soil.

Lubombo TFCA

KZN conservation jewel sets pace again

It has come a long way. Its original St Lucia parcel of land, now forming part of a protected area patchwork of 16 sections, has pride of place as South Africa

Lubombo TFCA

Miners – Forget About Green-Chert Mineral

The Swaziland National Trust Commission (SNTC) Acting Chief Executive Officer, Sudmmbuzo Diamini, says that further exploration of the mineral would actually rob the country of major benefits.

Lubombo TFCA

Maputaland the way it was

JILL GOWANS visits Tembe Elephant Park - tucked up against the Mozambique border of Kwazulu-Natal.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Lubombo TFCA

Where the buffalo roam

The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park was recently singled out for praise by national Environmental Affairs and Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk for its combination of tourism development, conservation, poverty relief, community participation...

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