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Honouring our bravest on World Ranger Day

This World Ranger Day, Peace Parks Foundation pays tribute to the brave men and women who are guarding Africa's precious conservation areas.

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SA College for Tourism

SA College for Tourism students strut their stuff

A recent visit by the 2019 ROAR Africa Women Empowerment group to the SA College for Tourism Hospitality Training campus in Graaff-Reinet, allowed students to showcase their newly learnt skills.

Great Limpopo TFCA, Rewilding, Zinave National Park

53 More Giants Moved

De Beers Group and Peace Parks Foundation has progressed the pioneering 'Moving Giants' elephant conservation initiative, with 53 more elephants successfully moved from South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique.

Rhino Protection Programme, Wildlife Crime

Enabling extended anti-poaching field operations

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife (Ezemvelo) received five tactical trailers that will enable ranger forces to be deployed in the field for longer periods of time. The trailers are funded through a grant from the...

Lubombo TFCA, Maputo Special Reserve, Rewilding

Enter the mighty buffalo!

Maputo Special Reserve (MSR) received 99 new buffalo on 26 and 27 June 2019. The animals were translocated from Sabie Game Park as part of a larger rewilding project aimed at restoring the...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Limpopo National Park

Limpopo National Park welcomes new canine unit

The arrival of a canine unit in Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park was welcomed by the anti-poaching forces in June 2019. The team, consisting of a well-trained canine handler and tracking dog will be...

Great Limpopo TFCA, Rewilding, Zinave National Park

How the zebra and giraffe traveled to Zinave

During the second week of July, 2019, zebra and giraffe were captured on a private game reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and taken across countr-borders to Zinave National Park in Mozambique.

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