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NOU GAAN ONS SHISA NYAMA!
16 September 2014 - Another public holiday looms in a week’s time and it’s none other than National Braai Day! Braai fires around the country will sizzle with the best steaks, ribs, chops and boerewors in the country. Read on
THE NATIONAL ZOO STILL A SAFE PLACE TO VISIT
14 September 2014 - The National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, in Pretoria, has noted with deep concern the advisory that was issued by the US Embassy in Pretoria on Thursday last week regarding visitor safety at the Zoo. Read on
AND HAPPY FEET MAKES 4!
9 September 2014 - Four African penguins that hatched at the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa in June and July this year are being weaned by the staff of the Zoo. Read on
SCIENCE WEEK BECOMES CRYSTAL CLEAR
31 July 2014 - National Science Week 2014, held from 2-9 August 2014, will this year focus on the International Year of Crystallography. Crystallography is the study of the structure and properties of crystals. Read on
NATIONAL ZOO PRESENTS FREE CONSERVATION AND RESEARCH PUBLIC LECTURES
24 July 2014 - As part of National Science Week, from 2-9 August 2014, the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa will be presenting free public lectures focussing on conservation and research. The lectures are scheduled to be held on Saturday, 2 August 2014 from 14:30-18:00 at the NZG’s Education Centre. Safe parking is available in front of the zoo. Read on
NO ARMADILLOS, BUT SOUTH AMERICAN ANIMALS ABOUND IN PRETORIA
27 June 2014 - The armadillo has been adopted as the official mascot of the FIFA 2014 World Cup to be hosted by Brazil in about a week’s time. This little creature, the Brazilian three-banded armadillo, is native to South America and is classified as Vulnerable on the IUCN’s Red List of Threatened Species. Read on
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