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No one claims wandering cattle

Marie Buys, who recently hit two cattle while driving on the Kaapsehoop Road, is no closer to finding the owner of the stray animals.

Tracking and patrols game-changer for anti-poaching

Tracking and patrolling by an anti-poaching team is a dedicated and skillful application of years of experience. This team works with the rangers of the Kruger National Park on the border with Mozambique to see that poachers’ exits and entrances can be used as an opportunity to see to their arrests.

Porous borders pose a terrorism threat

“Do we know who is entering our country? Are they a possible terrorist threat, are they merely looking for work, or are they being exploited? We have no answers as there is no proper control and checks.”

Future of political climate and economics uncertain

“The past three and a half years, the political climate was more damaging to the growth of businesses in South Africa, than in the years of 1993 and 1994. That is how bad it really is.”

Your weekend weather in Mbombela

This is what the weather has in store for the residents of Mpumalanga’s capital city today and over the weekend.


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