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Distressed whale disentangled


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A routine seal monitoring expedition recently at Robberg Marine Protected Area (near Plettenberg Bay) turned into a full blown rescue…

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CapeNature removes thirsty invaders from 119 000ha


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CapeNature has succeeded in removing invasive alien plants, considered to be the single biggest threat to the biodiversity of the…

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CapeNature partners with tourism sector in the industry’s first ever…


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The De Hoop Collection, the umbrella brand for seven concessions, and CapeNature, the provincial public entity mandated with conserving DeHoop…

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Closure of Die Gruis beach track


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From February 2010, members of the public will be prevented from driving on the tracks known as “Die Gruis” as…

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Cederberg Heritage Route


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CapeNature is proud to announce the latest addition to its stable of eco-tourism offerings, the recently launched Cederberg Heritage Route…

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First biodiversity agreement with emerging black farmers


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Bergsig Cellars, close to Bainskloof pass – CapeNature CEO Lucille Meyer has signed the first community biodiversity agreement with new…

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