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South Africa: Elephant Management Plan

Kruger National Park and its the Elephant Management Plan (2013-2022). Brief summary can be found here: https://africageographic.com/blog/decoding-kruger-elephant-management-plan/   You may…

West coast’s wild flower

West Coast’s wild flowers make it a sort of wonderland https://www.sapeople.com/2017/09/01/west-coast-wonderland-wild-flower-time-south-africa/ You may also be interested in: Jacaranda trees in…

France: “Resist(e)”

NEGPOS Gallery is presenting an exhibition of photographs from Southern Africa. http://negpos.fr/negposphoto/category/expositions/ You may also be interested in: African Politics…

Scholarship for South African students

The South African Medical Research Council (http://www.mrc.ac.za/) invites South African citizens for PhD scholarships at a Swiss university to conduct…

South Africa: visiting Eclectica Contemporary

Eclectica Contemporaty Gallery, Cape Town, is currently running several exhibition worth visiting. Vanessa Berlein, South African painter, is presenting her…

South Africa: celebrating Krugerrand

The limited South African coin Krugerrand is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The coin that was presented in 1967 to pay…

Three universities may lose their law qualification accreditation

“A shocking report by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) has revealed that three of the country’s universities are set…

Is the University of Cape Town about to lose its law degree?

“South Africa’s most prestigious university is in danger of losing its undergraduate law degree” as its accreditation may be revoked…

Walter Sisulu university no longer allowed to offer law degrees

Walter Sisulu university no longer allowed to offer law degrees You may also be interested in: Mozambique: Chinese degree course…

Whale watching season in South Africa

Whale watching in South Africa-when it’s the best time to do it The Whale Season in South Africa – All…

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