Mokolodi Takes Wildlife Tours To Schools

Dennis Ramokgau of Mmokolodi Nature Reserve receiving vehicle donation from KBT Chairperson Kata Maphange. PIC: PRESSPHOTO
Dennis Ramokgau of Mmokolodi Nature Reserve receiving vehicle donation from KBT Chairperson Kata Maphange. PIC: PRESSPHOTO

Mokolodi Nature Reserves’ Park Manager Dennis Ramokgau hopes to reach over 11 000 students countrywide thanks to a mobile audio visual facility donated by Kgalagadi Beverages Trust on Friday.

The  KBT donated a motor-vehicle complete with audio visual equipment that Mokolodi Nature Reserve will be able to  take advantage of for their planned country-wide educational schools tours that aim to raise awareness about wildlife conservation and Mokolodi Nature Reserve.

According to Mokolodi, many schools in the country are unable to make the long visits to Mokolodi where the students can learn about wildlife conservation but the provision of the facility by the KBT will go a long way in helping the Nature Reserve to reach more numbers.

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