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How Nature Reserves Supply Water to the Cape Metro


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Most of the nature reserves managed by CapeNature are in mountainous areas where much of our rain falls. Just eight…

World Wildlife Day 2018


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On 20 December 2013, at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) proclaimed 3 March, the day of…

Kammanassie Nature Reserve receives life-changing donation


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

CapeNature discusses water saving technologies at the Expresso Breakfast Show


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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


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

World Wetlands Day 2018


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

Fighting Wildlife Crime – CapeNature on the Expresso Breakfast Show


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Our friends at the Expresso Breakfast Show – SABC 3 invited us to talk about our water saving technologies at…
Angling and Fishing - CapeNature

Shore fishing at Keurbooms Strand


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CapeNature’s Thobani N. Mbonane, Nature Conservator for the Robberg Marine Protected Area contributed the following fascinating insight into the history…
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