Camp Jabulani in South Africa


Camp Jabulani



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Owner
Address Kapama Game Reserve
Place Hoedsprueit
Country South Africa

Directors

Key People

Veterinarians

Elephant department

Head keepers
of elephants
2011-: Matipedza Tigere
(elephant head-keeper)

Elephant keepers -: Emmanuel Dube
2002-2011: Matipedza Tigere
2006-2006: Edias Makore
2013-: Clever Magiriva
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Description

Camp Jabulani, located at Kapama Game Reserve, in Hoedsprueit, South Africa .

Living elephants

At the Camp Jabulani lives 22 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)
  1. Bubi (Bubu)
  2. Dande
  3. Fishan
  4. Jabulani born 1997
  5. Jim
  6. Joe
  7. Khanyisa (albino) born 2019
  8. Klaserie born 2007-02-23
  9. Kumbura born 2007
  10. Limpopo born 2006-08-19
  11. Lundi
  12. Mambo born 2009-06-25
  13. Mnuyati
  14. Nfuli
  15. Pisa born 2009-11-13
  16. Sebakwe born 1985
  17. Setombe
  18. Shawu
  19. Somapani (Semopane)
  20. Timisa
  21. Tokwe
  22. Zindoga born 2007-09-25

Comments / picturesOwner is Lenta Roode, elephant manager is Paul Coetzee, brother to Clem Coetzee

2006-03-06: A Zimbabwean handler Edias Makore was killed by an elephant at Camp Jabulani in the Kapama Game Reserve near Hoedspruit.

The Senior Keepers (7):
Joshua Dube, Stavros Chakoma, Israel Shambira, Liverson Sande, Owen Dube, Simbarashe Ururi and Tichaona Dube.

The Supporting Team (18):
This team is made up of Emmanuel Dube, Kenneth Shambira, Blessmore Gwerere, Last Scholar, Foster Timba, Godknows Chivero, Colben Mogakane, Samson Hwato, Matome Leshabane, Yosiya Hando, Clever Magiriva, Kevin Mwanje, Kevin Sinjani, George Zulu, Cedric Mabotha, Forbes Sampanya, Shepherd Nkomazana and Benjamin Nyasochi.

References for records about Camp Jabulani

Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan (2021). Camp Jabulani, Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=194. (archived at the Wayback machine)

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