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21 July 2014WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Award

The SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy, founded in 2010, is a proud finalist of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Tourism for Tomorrow Award.

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18 July 2014Peace Parks Foundation 2013 Annual Review & Financial Statements

The Peace Parks Foundation 2013 Annual Review is now available.

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15 July 2014WiFi for Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

The original transfrontier park in southern Africa, Kgalagadi, is leading the way again in practical joint steps aimed at developing collaboration between the partner countries. Kgalagadi now boasts

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7 July 2014Resettlement review and planning workshop

A resettlement workshop was held in Xai Xai from 17-18 June 2014. It was attended by representatives of provincial and district government, the Mozambique National Institute of Disaster Management (I

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30 June 2014Richtersveld Wildrun™

The rugged mountains of the Richtersveld National Park proved to be the perfect backdrop for the 57 trail runners who set out on the inaugural 150 kms Richtersveld Wildrun™ which was held over four

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23 June 2014Okavango Delta a World Heritage Site

Congratulations Botswana! Botswana’s Okavango Delta became the 1 000th site inscribed on the World Heritage List on 22 June 2014. Okavango was inscribed as a natural site by Unesco's World Heritag

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17 June 2014Tracker Academy trainees excel

Group 8 of the SA College for Tourism Tracker Academy students have just completed their final tracking assessment at Londolozi Game Reserve.

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9 June 2014Limpopo National Park issues 2013 revenue sharing cheque to park communities

Massingir, 1 June (LNP) - In a ceremony held in Mabalane and led by the Governor of Gaza Province, Mr Raimundo Diomba, a cheque for 1 387 303.20 Mt  (€32 146) was handed over to the Limpopo Nationa

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2 June 2014Zebras trek 500 km in Africa's longest terrestrial migration

A population of zebra has just secured the number one spot for the longest big-mammal migration ever documented in Africa. The zebra travel along a 500-km round trip journey in an almost direct north-

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28 May 2014Southern African Wildlife College news

For the latest on the Southern African Wildlife College's events, courses and student news, open the PDF.

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