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30 August 2018Aerial support for conservation operations in Mozambique

Two brand new Savannah airplanes have arrived in Mozambique for use by the country’s National Administration for Conservation Areas (ANAC). The acquisition of the aircraft was funded by Peace Parks

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28 August 2018A bright future for the ‡Khomani San

South Africa’s first peace park, known as the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park was formally established in May 2000. It stretches across the South African and Botswana border encompassing a 35 551 km2 e

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24 August 2018The day the buffalo returned to Simalaha

Yesterday [23 August 2018], the first 90 of 200 African buffalo were presented to the communities of Senior Chief Inyambo Yeta and Deputy Chief Joyce Sekute to further develop the Simalaha Community C

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23 August 2018Carlos Muchave: his legacy will live on

It is with great sadness that Peace Parks Foundation must bid farewell to a most valued employee in Zinave National Park. Yesterday, Carlos Muchave, who worked as the Head of Anti-poaching Operations,

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21 August 2018Designing a sustainable future

At the World Innovation and Entrepreneurship Expo (WIEE) held in Shanghai, students in China are utilising marketing design to address critical social matters of concern, such as the conservation of n

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9 August 2018Mapungubwe - Rising to Greatness

The Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area lies in a magnificent landscape with the Limpopo River flowing through it. Here cultural antiquity meets current-day conservation, and three coun

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9 August 2018A woman named elephant

Cathrine Ndlovu is much tougher than she looks. As the only female field ranger in the eastern section of The Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area, she does everything the men do – and

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30 July 2018Remembering Ernest Mokganedi

It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the tragic passing of Ernest, our dear friend and colleague. I have been working for Peace Parks Foundation for 20 years now, and as long as I can remem

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26 July 2018Joining forces to develop Banhine National Park

On the heels of a second partnership agreement signed between Peace Parks Foundation and Mozambique’s National Administration for Conservation Areas (ANAC) to further develop Maputo Special Reserve

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23 July 2018De Beers Group partners with Peace Parks Foundation on one of the largest elephant translocations in South Africa’s history

De Beers Group has begun to transport 200 elephants across 1,500km from its Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve (VLNR) in South Africa to Mozambique. The operation, one of the largest elephant translocatio

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