Responsible Resource Management

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A Theory – Practice Based (TPB) approach to learning 

Dr Qinisani Qwabe – Lecturer: Natural Resource Management Programme Teaching and Learning (T&L) should be fun, relevant, and meaningful. When I speak of relevance, I refer to the ability of the theory to add value to the student’s life. I have been part of the College for the past five months, offering sequential courses for (aspiring)...
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RESTORING LANDSCAPE DYNAMICS

Zinave National Park, situated in the Inhambane Province of Mozambique is on the verge of becoming one of Africa’s most celebrated wilderness destinations covering some 408 000 ha. This follows the signing of a co-management agreement between the Mozambican Ministry of Land, Environmental and Rural Development and Peace Parks Foundation to jointly develop the park as an...
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Banhine Eco Ranger Training 

By Pieter Nel – Senior Trainer On Friday, 21 October Geraldine Sibuyi and I left for Banhine National Park in Mozambique to conduct Eco Ranger training.  It was with a sense of trepidation that we turned off the tarred road at Moucoumbe. The sand road had very little signage to indicate if we were on the...
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A collaborative visit to MMWCA, Kenya 

By Pieter Nel, Senior Trainer  One of the Tusk Collaboration grants awarded to College was used to assess how two training providers, the College and the Masai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA), can best collaborate in future endeavours, focusing on our Eco Ranger programme. This programme promotes training for cattle herders within communities in order...
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