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21 October 2009Transfrontier marine park a first

Africa's first - and largest - transfrontier marine conservation area has been established, connecting Maputaland in South Africa's World Heritage Site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, with Mozambique'

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16 October 2009Avis keeps Peace Parks Foundation on the move

Avis has once again renewed its commitment to the Peace Parks Foundation by sponsoring the non-profit organisation (NGO) with the use of a Volkswagen Polo and a Toyota Fortuner.Avis chief executive, W

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6 October 2009Birth of Earth's greatest park

The Chobe and Zambezi are the arteries of a gigantic peace park in the making; one that is set to alleviate the overpopulation of elephants along these banks and transform tourism in southern Africa.T

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5 October 2009Toyota Enviro Outreach: In conversation with Theresa Sowry

Litnet's Naomi Bruwer interviews Theresa Sowry, Executive Manager: Training of the Southern African Wildlife College, seen here at the 2008 graduation ceremony.What is the Southern African Wildlife Co

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22 September 2009Wild editor hosts transfrontier series

Cameron Ewart-Smith, editor of Wild magazine, the official publication of the Wild Card programme and its partner parks, will reveal transfrontier conservation areas or peace parks on SABC.The six-par

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11 September 2009Innovative road-building

An environment-friendly road-building project in the iSimangaliso (formerly Greater St Lucia) wetland park is enhancing the area's status as a natural World Heritage Site.It is also providing jobs for

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30 August 2009NWR opens Ai-Ais hot springs spa

/Ai /Ais-Richtersveld - Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has re-opened its newly refurbished and former rest camp Ai-Ais Hot Spring Spa for business as it strategically positions its operations ahead of

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12 August 20092008 Annual Review and Financial Statements

The 2008 Annual Review and Financial Statements have been uploaded here for your perusal.

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21 July 2009Region to stamp conservation efforts

NGOMA - The five participating countries in the Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) are expected to sign the multilateral treaty that will formally establish the KAZA TFCA in

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15 July 2009Proclamation of Marine Protected Area in Africa’s first Marine TFCA

On 14 July 2009 the government of Mozambique took a significant step in protecting its coastline when it declared a 678km² Marine Protected Area stretching from Ponta do Ouro in the south to the Mapu

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