Kruger waterhole problems are being reported, and it is not clear which waterholes are closed as per the Kruger ecosystem management plan
Elephants feeding on fan palm trees are preventing the palms from reaching full size & reproductive potential in Kruger NP, says new study
A 2020 study has revealed the considerable economic, social and political contributions of the Greater Kruger National Park
The ‘Greater Kruger’ refers to 344,000 hectares (860,000 acres) of protected land to the west of Kruger National Park that provides a larger area for wildlife to roam freely. This additional land is owned by private and local community property owners.
The South African Parliament has strongly criticised South African National Parks for signing a formal agreement on 5th December to ratify a long-standing cooperation arrangement between Kruger National Park and several neighbouring private and community game reserves, which together form an area known as “Greater Kruger”.
Learn all about the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Region – a small area of South Africa with so much to offer.
Culling wildlife in Kruger during times of drought can negatively affect ecosystems – decision-makers should not rush into culling
Kruger’s K9 Centre welcomes the addition of four new dogs at handover ceremony.
Learn more about the anti-poaching canines of Kruger and how you can help support these dogs making a difference.
Rarely-seen white lion cubs caught on camera at N’wanetsi Concession in Kruger National Park – by Jame Suter (guide and filmmaker)
Private game reserves that contracted to buy 260 rhinos from the Kruger National Park have been refunded R14 million.
An interview with Major-General Johan Jooste, the man in charge of anti-poaching at South African National Parks.
South African authorities have announced a plan to evacuate up to 500 rhino from Kruger National Park to safer areas where they are less likely to fall prey to poachers hunting them for their horns.
South African safari operators and conservation groups have said they plan to move up to 100 rhino to Botswana for safekeeping, as poaching levels spike to new highs.