The 2017 Kudu Awards is currently open for entries until 8 October. Held in partnership with First National Bank (FNB) and Total SA, the awards aims to recognise external stakeholders for their contributions and efforts in conservation.
SANParks’ head of communications, Janine Raftopoulos said, “The Kudu Awards is an event whereby SANParks honours and celebrates people whose conservation efforts and national pride are exemplary. We give recognition to individuals and groups of people who go to great lengths to conserve and protect our natural environment as well as our natural heritage for future generations and in doing so, raise awareness about efforts being done in conservation management.”
The awards are across eight categories:
- Non-Governmental Organisations
- Media Contribution to Conservation and Eco-Tourism
- Community Contribution to Conservation
- Environmental Education
- Individual Contribution to Conservation
- Professional Stakeholders
- Associated Partners
- Women in Conservation
- Youth in Conservation
The award winners will be announced at a function in Gauteng in November.Click here
for more information and to enter.