Pretoria – The South African National Parks (SANParks) welcomed Monday sentenced to a total of 33 years in prison by the Skukuza District Court in the Kruger National Park.
"Peter Nkuna was arrested in 2015 in the KNP Pretoriuskop department during prolonged anti-bullying land and air. Soon before Nkuna arrested his opponents, he tried to shoot in a SANParks helicopter in question at the follow-up," he said. SanParks spokesman, Isaac Phaahla.
According to the KNP Executive Management, Glenn Phillips approved the court for the afternoons, saying he was sending a clear message to cyclists.
"This is a huge victory and a preventative factor in the ongoing anti-living campaign. We warmly welcome this ruling as it will provide the bulk-needed boost for anti-bullying teams suffering from conditions strictly for the protection of our parks, "said Phillips.
Nkuna was accused of 12 counts, including four counts of murder, trespass in a national park, and possession of an illegal firearm.
"We want to see a significant increase in such convictions and for law enforcement authorities in the affected countries to cooperate and work with us to give up this hedgerow, "said Phillips.