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In December 2012, Dr Lucy King was able to visit the 42,000km² Niassa National Reserve, northern Mozambique, to provide technical Beehive Fence advice and practical training to the new Mozambican MSc student who is starting a human-elephant conflict mitigation study there. Mbumba Mafuro is being supported by Drs 

Mozambique Border Fence. An electric fence some 150km in length was being erected in 2012 between the Kruger Park and Mozambique to deter poachers. In January 2012 the South African government announced that talks are under way concerning the possibility of re-erecting a 150-kilometer stretch 

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This is where the Limpopo National Park and Mozambique meet the Kruger Park. But can transfrontier parks be blamed for the exponential rise in poaching? The answer is probably not. The main reason for this is that the fence between Mozambique and South Africa has remained largely intact. When the 

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development, limited access of markets, and the weak productivity of food markets"6 Mozambique restaurant or other business entirely from scratch, under the franchise system the small business harder and more resistant to insect damage, particularly in storage, which means farmers must sell.

By TANIA MONTEIRO in. MAPUTO. CONCERN is growing in South Africa over the country's use of a lethal, 3500 volt electrified fence on its borders with Mozambique and Zimbabwe. According to a report recently published by the South African Catholic Bureau for Refugees, the fence has caused more 

Norex Border Fence. Variously known as the "kaftan", "nabob" and "norex" [after Norex Holdings (Pty) Ltd] fence along portions of the Zimbabwe and Mozambique borders was erected in phases in the mid-1980s and replaced an earlier natural hedge of sisal plants sown between 1980 and 1983.

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