Legendary Radio dj Ike Phaahla has announced that Sunday 27 March will be his last day presenting his show on Radio 2000, With over 30 years of experience in the radio industry across different radio stations like Metro and SAfm. Ike Phaahla who currently host the show Retrospective every Sunday's between 6pm and 9pm where he used to play golden classic music, his departure means that the station will be doing a reshuffle, although the station hasn't announced the actual new line up, it's listener's are expected to see the new changes coming into place from the 1st of April 2022.
The Mbombela conclusion has affected visitors leaving and entering the Kruger National Park. In this way, visitors have been urged to include elective courses and exercise ready as various roads in Mpumalanga stay shut. SANParks delegate Ike Phaahla mentioned that visitors stay cautious. Many bits of Mpumalanga, consolidating roads passing all through the capital city, Mbombela, were barricaded by cabbies, who were purportedly difficult elevating fuel costs.
Kruger National Park Ranger Tragically Killed By A Buffalo Bull Will Be Laid To Rest Today In Tzanee
Kruger National Park Ranger Tragically Killed By A Buffalo Bull Will Be Laid To Rest Today In Tzaneen. Source: Tzaneen voice TZANEEN-A daring Kruger National Park officer who lost his life in the wake of being gone after by a bison bull will be let go today at his old neighborhood in Tzaneen.
http://ewn.co.za/ej4s9 A post has been circulating on the social media platform Facebook which serves the purpose of informing the public about the daily news happening both locally and globally all over the world. JOHANNESBURG – A 50-year-elderly person has been condemned to 23 years in jail for poaching and other related violations.
Breaking News: Two Foreigners Sentenced To 23 Years Imprisonment Two rhino poachers from Mozambique have been sentenced to 23 years in prison by the Skukuza Regional Court in Mpumalanga. The powerful sentence was forced after the men were seen as at legitimate fault for intruding in the Kruger National Park, killing safeguarded rhinos, having an illicit gun and ammo, and negation of the Immigration Act.
JOHANNESBURG - One presumed poacher has been executed at the Kruger National Park while four others have been captured by the South African National Parks (SanParks) Anti-Poaching Unit. Officers drove activities at the Pretoriuskop area in the south of the recreation center a week ago where the men were captured in two separate occurrences.
The Kruger National Park On-line booking has crashed due to influx of bookings from people who want to visit the park. This after the President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will move to Level Two of the national lockdown, which will then allows people to visit parks and others tourists attractions sites in and around the country. The Park will only allow 50% of its camping facilities to used, to ensure that it adheres to Covid-19 regulations. SANPARKS spokesperson Ike Phaahla said they are hoping
https://ewn.co.za/2021/09/03/combined-105-year-sentence-handed-down-to-three-rhino-poachers?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - Three rhino poachers were condemned to a joined 105 years in jail on Friday. Shangani Mathebula, Emmanuel Mdhluli from Mozambique and Walter Hendrik Mangane from South Africa were captured in 2017 for killing three rhinos in Marula, in the south part of the Kruger National Park.
http://ewn.co.za/b8ul9 JOHANNESBURG - One presumed poacher has been murdered at the Kruger National Park while four others have been captured by the South African National Parks (SanParks) Anti-Poaching Unit. Officers drove activities at the Pretoriuskop segment in the south of the recreation center a week ago where the men were caught in two separate occurrences.