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Kimberley’s Flamingos Threatened by Drought – The DFA 07/02/2015

BIRD experts have warned that the occurrence of thousands of flamingos at Kamfers Dam in Kimberley, which supports the largest permanent population of Lesser Flamingos in Southern Africa, could soon be a thing of the past if the Sol Plaatje Municipality does not urgently start addressing the critical drop in the water level at the dam. Read more in the DFA and watch the DFA’s video below.

Today in the DFA

MINE DEAL: Cosatu has expressed shock and anger following the announcement of the sale of Kimberley Mines to Ekapa Minerals.

GRAVE SIGHT: Funeral directors in Kimberley have raised serious concerns about the newly developed, R1 million Phutanang Cemetery, which remains a barren piece of red earth, not covered by a single bush or blade of grass.

BACK TO SCHOOL: The Department of Education has been ordered to enrol 21 learners, who were earlier turned away, into Northern Cape High School’s Grade 8 class for 2016.

DROUGHT: Bird experts have warned that the occurrence of tens of thousands of flamingos at Kamfers Dam in Kimberley could soon be a thing of the past.
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Drought threatens flamingos
NORMA WILDENBOER STAFF REPORTER
DFA
Dec 7 2015

BIRD experts have warned that the occurrence of thousands of flamingos at Kamfers Dam in Kimberley, which supports the largest permanent population of Lesser Flamingos in Southern Africa, could soon be a thing of the past if the Sol Plaatje…read more…


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