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Change in Camping Booking Procedure

Change in Camping Booking Procedure

 Previous bookings for campsites for December used to be opened on the 1st of February at 12:00.

This will no longer be the case for emailed pre-bookings. All bookings will now only be able to be made via the Online booking portal in order to pre-book, or it will be on a first come first served basis, telephonically, from the 1st of December.

For more information, please contact Central Reservations on 033 8451000, during office hours (08:00 - 16:30), excluding public holidays.

HiP Canine Unit - A Rangers best friend

HiP Canine Unit - A Rangers best friend

 

Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, in partnership with a number of donors, introduced tracking dogs into the Park in December 2015. Working Dogs are widely recognised as both a strong deterrent to rhino poaching but also a remarkable reactive tool for tracking poachers down.

Season's Greetings 2015

Season's Greetings 2015

 We would like to take this opportunity to wish our visitors all the very best for the festive season and the new year. Please note that this entitiy will be on a shut down between the 17 Dec 2015 till the 4 Jan 2016. Essential services, such as central reservations, resort staff and field rangers will be continuing on through this time.

People who really care about nature - Two families preserve a gem of biodiversity

People who really care about nature - Two families preserve a gem of biodiversity

 This is a story about two remarkable families and their extraordinary love for nature.

Gladman Buthelezi on Fuleni

Gladman Buthelezi on Fuleni

 Fuleni Mine: Gladman Buthelezi

This is an injustice and the South African government should never be associated with desecrating one of South Africa’s most prized natural areas and being complicit in what will amount to the forced removal of thousands of its rural people from their homesteads.

SAHGCA Biodiversity Economy Nodes Shows Progress

SAHGCA Biodiversity Economy Nodes Shows Progress

 Biodiversity Economy Nodes

Growing people through partnerships in responsible wildlife-based industries. With both conservation and responsible wildlife use as objectives, SAHGCA partnered with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife to develop an innovative strategy to address these challenges. The strategy entails the establishment of Biodiversity Economy Nodes (BEN) that serve as strategic vehicles to achieve economic, social and environmental objectives through an integrated land-use planning process.

Canadian Ecologist weighs in with an open letter about Fuleni

Canadian Ecologist weighs in with an open letter about Fuleni

I simply don’t believe that any sane thinking South Africa would allow this to happen!

Increase in Ezemvelo's Conservation Levy and Admission Tariffs

Internships at Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

We invite students to apply for opportunities for internship and experiential learning...[Read More...]  [Application Form]

A Career at Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

We invite students to apply for opportunities for internship and experiential learning.

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About our Internships:

Applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

  • An appropriate 3 years or above tertiary qualification, Degree/National Diploma relevant to the above-mentioned fields (Provide certified proof of obtained Qualification). Proof from your institution or college for learnership purposes must be provided.
  • An applicant must be unemployed and provide an affidavit of being unemployed signed by the Commissioner of Oaths.
  • Applicants should be between 18 to 30 years of age.
  • Applicants must be South African citizens.

Please note that the above requirements apply equally to learnerships and internships.

 

[Scientific Services Internships - Read More...] 

the ''Share Your Vision Competition'' Internal Staff Only

Girls Gone Wild Competition

Oribi Gorge Nature Reserve wins the PMR Award

Singangisiza kanjani iSilo ekulweni nokubulawa kobhejane?

Breakthrough!

Ezemvelo Celebrates Amarula Festival

Avery Special Pilot

Didima Resort

Didima Resort

Located in the Cathedral Peak valley of the uKhahlamba Drankensberg Park, a World Heritage Site....[More...]

Giant's Castle

Giant's Castle

Situated on a grassy plateaux on the ridge of a deep valley below the sheer face of the high Drakensberg...[More...]

Hluhluwe Hilltop Resort...

Hluhluwe Hilltop Resort...

The Multi award - winning Hilltop Resort is the oldest in the KZN and was extensively rebuilt and enlarged... [More...]

iMfolozi Mpila Resort

iMfolozi Mpila Resort

Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park lies in the heart of the Zulu Kingdom, where ancient trails lead through the thornveld...[More...]

Ithala Resort

Ithala Resort

A 3 hour drive from Johannesburg, along the historic route of the KZN’s legendary Battlefields, Ntshondwe is the pride of Ithala Game Reserve...[More...]

 

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Two Arrested Suspect's Case Remanded

23 July 2012

EZEMVELO KZN WILDLIFE

MEDIA RELEASE: TWO ARRESTED SUSPECTES’ CASE REMANDED

The case of two rhino poaching suspects who were arrested on Friday by the Durban Organised Crime Unit has been remanded to 02 August 2012. The case will be heard in the Johannesburg Magistrate Court.

Bheki Msweli and Malusi Dubazane were arrested following a year long investigation by both the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife (Ezemvelo) and the Durban Organised Crime Unit.

They appeared in the Mtubatuba Magistrate Court today and were charged with contravening section 57 (1) of the Environmental Management Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004. The charge is dealing in rhino horn.

Bheki Msweli works for Ezemvelo under the Zululand Wildlife Investigation Unit. He is not working for the Anti Poaching Unit as per some reports. He was transferred to this Unit mid 2011 as part of the strategy to monitor his movements and activities. The strategy seems to have worked and it is hoped that his arrest will lead to more arrests.

Malusi Dubazane comes from Kwa-Biyela Area. In 2010 he was arrested together with other three men but was acquitted due to lack of evidence. Two of his accomplices were sentenced to jail terms.

M/M Media Release No. 15. Two Rhino Poachers arrested: Case remanded

For further information contact the Communications Manager, Musa Mntambo on 033 845 1743/ 083 284 9586 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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