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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Kammanassie Nature Reserve receives life-changing donation


by CapeNature
 Fountains, rivers and streams have dried up in CapeNature’s Kammanassie Nature Reserve (KNR) in the Klein Karoo, between Uniondale and…

The IUCN Red List explained

Monday, February 26, 2018,
by CapeNature
  The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List is a comprehensive inventory which sets criteria to evaluate…

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CapeNature discusses water saving technologies at the Expresso Breakfast Show


by CapeNature
Ramese Mathews, Tourism Manager at CapeNature, visited the SABC 3 Expresso Breakfast Show studios recently to talk about the water…

CapeNature shares in the spirit of camaraderie


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Nine Differently-Abled Children Prepare for the Iconic Cape Town Cycle Tour Super-Human Cyclists Give the Gift of Adventure On Sunday…

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Valentine’s Day: Win a weekend stay for two at Rocherpan


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How to ENTER: Step 1: Sign up to the CapeNature newsletter here. Step 2: Read “Five reasons why CapeNature is…

CapeNature implores citizens to be water conscious


by CapeNature
CapeNature is committed to using as little water as possible in all its existing tourism offerings. Over the last five…

World Wetlands Day 2018


by CapeNature
Many communities across South Africa are directly dependent on wetlands for their survival, while wetlands provide indirect, but crucial services…
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