JWANA GAME PARK
Jwana Game Park is situated some 170km west of Gaborone in a region of the Ngwaketse Tribal Area. Covering approximately 15 455 ha, it is characterised by Terminalia and Acacia plant species.
The Jwana Game Park exemplifies Jwaneng Mine’s commitment to biodiversity management through the provision of habitats that are conducive to healthy animal and plant species, and furthering the conservation of endangered species including rhinoceros, cheetahs, and vultures (lappet faced and white-backed). Jwana Game Park therefore plays an important role in off-setting the impacts from mining activities and provides a relaxing and recreational area to the communities around Jwaneng Mine.
It also adds to the country’s protected reserve areas, contributes to economic diversification, has the potential for end-of-mine-life livelihood activities, and is a forum for providing education on wildlife conservation and for biodiversity research.
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