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South Africa | Illegal hunting within private PAs adjacent to Kruger NP may prompt fence reinstall

A number of the private reserves in the Greater Kruger National Park appear to be violating the protocols and regulations that permitted them to drop fences with Kruger and hunt animals that cross over from the national park. As a result Kruger is threatening to re-erect the fence.


One of the reserves, Umbabat, has been flagged by Kruger officials for its questionable commitment to local community involvement and empowerment and its contribution to community development programmes, as required by the 2018 Greater KNP Hunting Protocol.


https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/mpumalanga/poor-governance-forces-kruger-national-park-to-consider-re-erecting-fences-16568994