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The Bateleur – Quarter 4 (2019)

Our College year always ends on a high note, with the graduation of our Natural Resource Management students, who will soon return to their respective parks across Africa. Their graduation ceremony is always a moving reminder of why we do what we do, especially when proud family members and friends honour the students’ achievements and...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 3 (2019)

From the Editor As we prepare to enter the final quarter of the year, the College is busy as ever, both in what we’re achieving as an institution and the various initiatives our different training departments are involved in. As a non-profit, public benefit institution, we continue developing our partnerships with donors, strategic partners and...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 2 (2019)

From the Editor These past three months have certainly gone by in a flurry of activity. This has been exciting both in terms of what the College is achieving as well as the work that our different training departments are involved in. Moreover, we have been working hard on a sustainability strategy for the College...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 1 (2019)

From the Editor “We’ve had an exceptionally busy start to the year, with a highlight being the arrival of our new Natural Resource Management students! It’s always exciting to know that by the end of the year, we’ll have helped equip conservation professionals from across Africa with the skills they need to tackle the challenging issues...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 4 (2018)

From the Editor “The Southern African Wildlife College is ending the year on a high note! Our students from the Natural Resource Management Higher and Advanced Certificate programmes have graduated!  It is an annual highlight and emphasises our core purpose as an accredited SADC institute for higher education and training , as we train beyond boundaries. We...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 3 (2018)

From the Editor “We’re pleased to be able to report on a number of accomplishments over the last quarter. Our Students from the Higher Education and Training courses in Nature Conservation all returned from their workplaces to start their second semester modules on 23 July 2018. The College received very positive media coverage around the...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 2 (2018)

From the Editor “In this issue we’re pleased to be able to report on a number of accomplishments this year, from the signing of a MoU with the University of Mpumalanga, to our “train the trainer” workshops, to the development of our skills practitioner master classes and the imminent arrival of our counter poaching pack...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 1 (2018)

From the Editor “As we welcome our learners and trainers for 2018, we’re mindful of the critical shift in the approach to conservation to mitigate loss of habitat, over population, over consumption, and the burgeoning wildlife trade. We have been hard at work to align our courses and programmes to these needs. I particularly encourage you...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 4 (2017)

“Africa’s conservation leaders of the future; your work has just begun” This was the message shared with the 46 men and women who graduated from the Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) on 29 November 2017. During the ceremony, three graduates also received life-changing scholarships from the Southern African Wildlife College Trust. Hailing from seven African...
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The Bateleur – Quarter 3 (2017)

“2017 – An Extremely Exciting but Challenging Year So Far” During the past quarter, especially having finalised the mid year financials, the College has been hard pressed to meet its financial target especially since the impact of Phase II of the College’s infrastructure development funded by KFW is now being felt. Whilst this is a...
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