The Mogalakwena Research Centre is an independent research entity based on a 4000ha Private Game Reserve in the remote North-Western part of the Limpopo Province. It was established in 2006 by Dr Elbe Coetsee and Dr Peter Laver to build capacity and facilitate knowledge generation in the fields of ecology, culture, anthropology and social entrepreneurship, in this remote area.
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The Research Centre is actively involved in research on a range of projects, but also facilitates study and research opportunities, assists with logistical and field support and provides a research-friendly environment for visiting national and international researchers, students, student groups and volunteers.
The Mogalakwena Research Centre (MRC) is an independent research entity based on the Mogalakwena Reserve in the remote north-western part of the Limpopo Province, South Africa.
It was established by Dr Elbé Coetsee and Dr Peter Laver in 2006 to build capacity and facilitate knowledge generation in the fields of ecology, anthropology, craft art design and social entrepreneurship, in this remote area.
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