The experience of a trail

Sheila Berry, spokesperson for ICWA and the Save our iMfolozi Wilderness campaign, recently received this letter from Sabelo Dladla. Sabelo is the son of the late Mr Gednezar Dladla, who was a stalwart in the struggle by the community against the Somkhele Anthracite Mine. He is currently studying Ecotourism Management…

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Why is iMfolozi important to me?

  A letter to the Wilderness Leadership School by Kris Marais Hello WLS, My name is Kris Marais. My best friend, William Elliott and I walked the iMfolozi in 2002 and 2003 with Paul Cryer and Manhla. I also did the 10 day trail in 2004 with Julia my partner…

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Anthracite mine ‘fatally flawed’ – Daily News

  This article was published in the Daily News on Friday, September 4, 2015. By Richard Compton THE proposed “Fuleni” anthracite mine targeted for establishment on the south-eastern border of the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve in Zululand has been confronted by the largest collection of environmental and conservation NGO groupings established…

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A trail that accentuates the value of wilderness

By Rob Symons I am in the fortunate position to be an Organic Farmer who is very involved in the campaign to save the iMfolozi Wilderness from a coal mine. So let me digress for a while from the usual subjects of the Farm Gate and speak instead from the…

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