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John Webb will give a talk on Snakes found in Marloth Park, covering
Identification,Types of Venom and Anti-venom, Dispelling the myths about snakes, What to do when encountering a snake
REPORT ON RALF KALWA’S PRESENTATION TO PROPERTY OWNERS
SAT 22 NOVEMBER AT 10H00 IN MUNICIPAL OFFICE GARDEN.
Attendance approximately 150
1. Tony Hayman gave a brief background speech, introduced Ralf and welcomed everyone. Opened with prayer.
2. Ralf said that a management plan could be tailor-made for Marloth Park but said that it all depended on what property owners wanted. He challenged everyone to make sure of WHAT THEY WANT FOR M.P. He gave examples: Do we want a zoo, a game farm where you feed and breed with a view to selling or a nature reserve? When the Property Owners have reached a decision as to what it is they want, then he will be briefed and will put forward his action plan to us to achieve this objective.
NKLM – MPPOA FORUM - MTPA
Minutes:- 06th NOVEMBER 2014
Photo: Velly Makwakwa, Chief Conservation Officer, Marloth Park; John Webber, Chief Honorary Ranger, Marloth Park; Jan Muller, MTPA; Tony Hayman, Chairman, MPPOA; Dan Ngwenya, Municipal Manager, Nkomazi Municipality; Joce Gordon, Deputy Chief Honorary Ranger; Lou Ekstein, MPTA; JohnMartin, Chairman, Marlothii ConservancyA new era in joint cooperation and public participation commenced yesterday 05th November 2014 in Marloth Park.
A meeting between Nkomazi Local Municipality[NKLM] , Marloth Park Property Owners Association [MPPOA] together with The Honorary Rangers and Marlothi Conservancy [jointly known as the FORUM] and Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Authority[ MTPA]. The meeting was Chaired by Chief Operations Manager for Nkomazi Mr. Vincent Bhiya and attended by the committee members and executives of the organisations involved including the Municipal Manager for Nkomazi; Mr. Dan Ngwenya.
MARLOTH PARK – 5 POINT PLAN
A BALANCED, SUSTAINABLE WILDLIFE ESTATE
To be read in conjunction with the National Environmental Management Protected Areas Act
57 – Specifically National Parks Buffer Zone.
1. GAME AND VELD MANAGEMENT.