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Namibia: New rhino poaching figures!

According to Namibia's Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MET), the country has lost 22 rhinos to poaching since the beginning of 2020. A total of 46 rhinos got illegally killed by poachers in Namibia in 2019, compared to 78 rhinos that lost their lives to poaching activities during 2018 (2017: 55; 2016: 61).
Namibia is home to the largest population of black rhino of the subspecies Diceros bicornis bicornis* in the world....»
Uganda: Uganda Airlines to resume operations!
Uganda's flag carrier, Uganda Airlines, has announced the resumption of international flights. Effective 01 October 2020, the airline will restart its service with scheduled return flights from Entebbe International Airport (EBB) in Entebbe to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) in Nairobi, Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) in Dar es Salaam, Juba Airport (JUB) in Juba and Aden Adde International Airport (MGQ) in Mogadishu. At a later stage, Uganda Airlines will...»

EN - GB - 234x60 - Banner Accommodation of the Week (11/2020)
Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Lobamba, eSwatini!
• Very Good 8.0
• Wonderful views
• Delicious food
• Wonderful staff Tour of the Day
Namibia Lodge Safari
Duration: 12 days
Route: Windhoek to Windhoek
Countries: Namibia
Botswana: The cause of mysterious elephant deaths has been identified!
Botswana's Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP) has announced that the cause of mysterious elephant deaths in the country has been identified. According to the DWNP, neurotoxin producing cyanobacteria species in pans are behind the death of some 330 elephants. Most deaths have been reported near the village of Seronga in the north of the Okavango Delta. Approximately 70% of the carcasses have...»
South Africa: Travellers from Africa & from countries with low COVID-19 rates will be allowed to enter South Africa from 01 October 2020!
South Africa's Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, announced in a media briefing on Coronavirus COVID-19 level 1 lockdown regulations on 18 September 2020 that all travellers from the African Continent as well as travellers from countries outside the African Continent with a low COVID-19 infection and...»
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