It was a good week for law enforcement in the Kruger National Park towards the end of October when 14 suspected poachers were arrested. This thanks to the collaborative efforts of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), the South African Police Services (SAPS) and SANParks.
A key factor that has added to the success in arrests of poachers in the area west of the Kruger National Park has been the use of trained dogs. The Southern African Wildlife College now has a canine anti-poaching training unit, with dog kennels and a full-time professional dog master. Four Malinois, 11 Hounds and […]
Crossing the Shingwedzi River in the Limpopo National Park will get much easier in future with the construction of a bridge that will link the southern and northern sections of the park during the rainy season. The bridge will improve tourism investment and development opportunities. It will also improve park management and the movement of […]