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Conservation | May 2018

An Unbreakable Bond

Scientists Rentsch and Packer estimate that between 97,796 and 140,615 wildebeest are killed illegally by poachers in the Serengeti every year. In addition to the off-take of plains game such as…
General | May 2018

Meet Singita Sabi Sand’s Guiding A-Team

“Singita is my home and my colleagues are my family” – Wildlife Tracker, Ruel Ngwenya The iconic sounds of the African bush – the throaty call of a territorial lion,…
Community Development | April 2018

Creating Opportunities for Eager Entrepreneurs

The definition of prosperity is “a successful, flourishing, or thriving condition”; it is the living of a good life, which for many of us means professional success and a state…
Singita Community Culinary School
Community Development | April 2018

Step Inside the New Singita Community Culinary School

The evolution of Singita’s food culture started with the reopening of Singita Lebombo Lodge in the Kruger National Park in May 2016. Working with acclaimed chef Liam Tomlin, Singita re-conceptualised…
Community Development | April 2018

Broadening Horizons for our Local Communities

The important link between wildlife conservation and community partnerships might not be immediately apparent, but together they make up two thirds of a delicate balance between biodiversity, sustainability and communities…
Experience | March 2018

Every Day is a New Adventure at Singita Pamushana Lodge

The remote, 130,000-acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in the lowveld of southeastern Zimbabwe has a long, rich history, having been home to generations of indigenous Shangaan people and the San before…