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Light pollution is threatening one of the largest conservancy areas on the continent and major tourism drawcard for South Africa.
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The elephant population in South Africa's Kruger National Park is growing by the year – which is good news. But there's a problem. The elephants are devouring the park's precious marula trees. So the park has enlisted some bees to help protect them.
Our readers share their thoughts about an incident where a Kruger official was caught on camera pushing an elephant and her calf off the road.
It kind of sounds like a cautionary saying, but it really happened to two Kruger staff members.
A new video has surfaced showing a Kruger official firing warning shots to scare off an elephant.
While regular visitors to the Kruger Park had mixed feelings about the launch of franchise restaurants in rest camps, SANParks has reported a marked service increase. What are your thoughts?
A live rhino with a badly mutilated face that was spotted in the Kruger Park last week has been found by park rangers and put down due to its severe injuries.
According to SA National Parks eleven rhino poachers have been killed in the Kruger National Park since the beginning of the year.
Spectaular views of the Schoemanskloof Valley at Old Joe's Kaia
Thanks to custom-made motors based on Tesla batteries, these open-top viewing vehicles are sneaking up on animals near the Kruger.
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Officials in Kruger park are anticipating the deaths of some animals because of a drought afflicting the region.
Seriously? What's going on here? It's the second incident of this nature to hit the Kruger National Park in just two weeks.
SANParks has issued a final written warning to a staff member who fired three shots in the air to scare an elephant off the road.
The Kruger National Park is investigating an incident where a SANParks staff member apparently fired shots in the air to scare an elephant away.
SANParks has announced that the Kruger National Park will be enforcing gate quotas during the upcoming Easter Weekend.
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How cut off from reality do you need to be not to recognise the danger of a charging elephant, asks Susan Erasmus.
The Kruger National Park warned visitors to fill up their petrol tanks before heading to the reserve as it was experiencing a fuel shortage.
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