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Holidaymakers have warned of possible protests as they head into Kruger National Park

This follows reports that residents of Hazyview, just a few miles from the park, took to the streets on Thursday morning.

Kruger National Park. Photo: @SANParksKNP/Twitter

JOHANNESBURG – Holidaymakers heading to Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, are being warned to plan their itineraries carefully amid renewed threats of protests in the area.

This follows reports that residents of Hazyview, just a few miles from the park, took to the streets on Thursday morning.

While police said there was no disturbance, South African National Parks spokesman Ike Phaahla urged motorists and visitors to exercise caution.

Phaahla said the affected gates include Paul Kruger, Kobeni and Numbi Gates, while the Crocodile Bridge and Malelane gates remained open.

He added that park management is closely monitoring the situation.

“We urge motorists to be vigilant and exercise caution. Management is closely monitoring the situation and will constantly update tourists via our social media platforms.”



Holidaymakers have warned of possible protests as they head into Kruger National Park

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