Monthly Archives: September 2012

Rhino Poaching in Kruger Park

Last year around 443 rhinos were often brutally killed in South Africa by poachers, an alarming figure and also substantially higher than the 333 shot in 2010. This significant increase would indicate that the measures implemented by authorities are not sufficient.

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Directions to Golf Safari SA Chalets

The entrance to Kruger Park Lodge is located at 1 Portia Shabangu Drive, Hazyview with GPS co-ordinates -25° 1′ 46.97″, +31° 8′ 26.30″. Please sign in at the security and then continue straight along the road to the Kruger Park … Continue reading

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Pinnacle Point Caves

Work has begun to declare the Pinnacle Point Caves as a world heritage site. Archaeologists digging in these caves in Mossel Bay have found incredible evidence of Middle Age people dating back between 40 000 and 170 000 years. The … Continue reading

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Petition to Stop Lion Trade

Please can you sign the petition using the link below to get as many people to back the campaign against this cruel practice. The lion trade is rife in South Africa, with these precious animals being slaughtered for their bones … Continue reading

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Trapped Elephant Rescued

A young male elephant fell into a ditch on a tea estate in Bokakhat, Inidia. It lay there trapped upside down for about two hours when the animal was discovered in the muddy trench by staff of the Tea Estate.

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