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Free Access To All National Parks For South African Citizens

Celebrate National Parks Week with us on 12-17 September. Bring your SA ID! 

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Illegal Poisoning Of Wildlife On The Increase

Griffon Poison Information Centre Director: Dr Gerhard H Verdoorn Telephone: +27-82-446-8946 E-mail: nesher@tiscali.co.za No. 45 Galpin Avenue, Summerstrand 6001, South Africa   MEDIA STATEMENT ILLEGAL POISONING OF WILDLIFE ON THE INCREASE   31 August 2015 Embargo: immediately   The recent death of vultures, Blue Cranes, Brown Hyaenas and other wildlife due to illegal poisoning should be a wake-up call for South African conservation authorities, law enforcement agencies and cons...

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The Sustainability Lie A Film About The Dirty Palm Oil Business

From 8th to 11th November, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is holding its Annual General Assembly in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. Europe wants to import ever more cheap palm oil and RSPO-certificates are buying producers and customers a good conscience. However, sustainable palm oil production is a myth, not a reality. Today, the NGO Rainforest Rescue is releasing a film about deforestation and evictions in Indonesia at the hands of the world's largest palm oil company.   The Sustainability Lie A film...

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African Travel, Inc.'s New President Announces The Era Of Voluntourism

  Sherwin Banda is grateful that recent high-profile events have increased awareness about the importance of responsible, sustainable tourism in Africa.   “The allure of Africa is multi-faceted, but so are the challenges facing the continent,” said the South Africa-born hotelier, who was appointed president of African Travel, Inc. earlier this month. “Fortunately, travelers are beginning to recognize and prioritize the importance of supporting long-lasting initiatives, ensuring Africa remains vibrant and ...

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Say No To Wildlife Petting

South Africa is becoming more and more popular as a tourist destination and one of the most popular reasons for visiting is the spectacular wildlife. Along with the ‘Big Five’, South Africa is also home to an abundance of mammals, spectacular birdlife and our coasts are visited by dolphins, seals and migrating whales. However, despite all this wildlife living free in our forests, plains, mountains and coasts there is a disturbing number of facilities offering tourists the opportunity to get ‘hands on’ with wild anima...

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