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Microsoft supports 3 South African Organizations with $1M in cash and technology grants

Microsoft Philanthropies announce $1M in cash and technology grants to three innovative non-profit South African organisations to drive greater impact through digital transformation

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Community’s dedication helps turtles thrive

In the Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve in southern Mozambique, the local community are included in conservation efforts: they closely monitor turtles and fish catches, and ensure that poaching is kept to...

Business leaders visit Kruger Park to learn about anti-poaching measures

CEOs from various companies visited the Kruger National Park on Friday to learn about what SANParks is doing to help curb rhino poaching, with the hopes of receiving funding from the private sector....

Pursuing poachers and tourism to boost conservation in Mozambique

The dam at Massingir in southwestern Mozambique is like a bridge between two worlds, one a deadly threat to the wildlife in the other.

Animals given the freedom to move

The rangers at Thornybush love the added thrills since the fence that separated them from Timbavati fell.

As Tigers Become Rarer, Poachers Are Targeting Lions

In Mozambique, and widely in Africa where lions are found, the continent’s most recognized predator is facing a growing threat.

What to expect from Microsoft Azure in South Africa

An example of a live implementation of Azure tools is the solution built by the Peace Parks Foundation, a conservation organisation which fights rhino poaching in South Africa.

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