South Africa: New Drakensberg Nature Reserve Will Protect Ancient Rock Art, Wildlife, Livelihoods, Grasslands and Water

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa’s Drakensberg mountains have a new 6,500 hectare nature reserve. The new Northern Drakensberg Nature Reserve is working with communities and will preserve ancient rock art, vital grasslands and water sources for millions of people. It connects a neighbouring world heritage site to another nature reserve, expanding a huge transnational protected area from South Africa to neighbouring Lesotho. 

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