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Kavango Zambezi TFCA, Luengue-Luiana National Park, Mavinga National Park

Elephant route to be demined

AN ancient but now lethal migration route for elephants is to be demined in Angola, paving the way for swelling herds in neighbouring Botswana and Zambia to expand their range, the United Nations said yesterday. Angola, which suffered almost three decades of civil war, is one of the world`s most heavily mined countries, a situation that is taking a heavy toll on both humans and wildlife.

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Great Limpopo TFCA

Elephants migrate between Kruger and Limpopo National Parks

During a recent joint venture between Mozambique, South Africa's Department of Agriculture, SANParks and Peace Parks Foundation to monitor buffalo in Limpopo National Park (LNP) in Mozambique, two dysfunctional collars were removed from...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Kruger National Park

Punda Maria gets a facelift

Punda Maria Camp has received seven luxury tents and a swimming pool, valued at around R2.5-million, and Punda Maria Gate has received a new building, reception area and ablution blocks, valued at R1.9-million....

Malawi Zambia TFCA

Almost lost for words in, yes, a living tapestry

In September, with the signing of an agreement between Malawi and Zambia, the Nyika and adjoining Vwaza Marsh entered a new era as one of the transfrontler conservation areas (TFCA) targeted by the...

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...

Greater Mapungubwe TFCA

Mapungubwe National Park reveals its royal secrets

Peace Parks Foundation, De Beers, National Parks Trust and WWF SA assisted in consolidating the area which has now become the Mapungubwe National Park by facilitating negotiations with landowners and the buying up...

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Peace Parks Foundation receives ESRI Presidential Award

Peace Parks Foundation of South Africa was presented with the prestigious Presidential Award in front of 13,000 attendees of the 2004 ESRI International User Conference. Professor van Riet, Chief Executive Officer, accepted the...

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