March 31, 2023



In 2022, 124 rhinos were killed in the Kruger National Park. No rhinos were poached in any other national park. The number of rhinos poached in the Kruger National Park represents a 40% decrease compared with those killed for their horn 2021. The provincial and national breakdown for 2022 (in comparison to 2021 and 2020) is...
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Applied Learning and Research Department Update – March 2023

Diploma and short-courses update:  The three-year diploma in Natural Resource Management was submitted for accreditation with the Council on Higher Education in 2022. We look forward to advising more on this ground-breaking offering once accredited.  Dr Richard Fergusson has now finalised all but one of the 2023 credit bearing short-courses, which will stand students in good stead...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 1 (2023)

Dear friends of the College,The first quarter of the year started at a rapid pace and has continued, with the first quarter passing by in a flash. Much has been accomplished during the quarter as the College instills greater accountability, whilst also putting better procedures and processes in place. Apart from our student arrivals as...
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RISE Update – March 2023

By Sboniso Phakathi – Project Leader: Rural Initiatives for a Sustainable Environment (RISE)The RISE team kicked off the new year by welcoming a group of 13 prospective coaches on the eight-day Coaching Conservation’s (CC) Train the Trainer course.  The coaches arrived from different work contexts joined by Coaching Conservation’s call of Inspiring Kids Who Care. We...
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