PRETORIA – Forever Resorts, Lodges, Hotels and Retreats announced the appointment of Meiring Prinsloo as Loskop Country Manager. He will oversee the Operations at Loskop Country, A Forever Collection including Matombu Wild, a five star Lodge, Amanzi Mountain Reserve, Isiyala Game Lodge, Ruby Cliff Horse Ranch, Silver Falls and Leopard’s Trail.
Meiring Prinsloo grew up on a farm and attended school in Marble Hall and Groblersdal. He matriculated in the year 2000 at Ben Viljoen Hoërskool, Groblersdal. He started his Diploma in Nature Conservation in 2001 at the Technikon Pretoria (currently Tshwane University of Technology). During 2003 he finalized his studies as a student at Kruger National Park, Letaba Rest Camp. After successfully completing his studies he was offered a position as Field Guide at Kruger National Park, Satara Rest Camp and was then promoted to Mountain Bike Field Guide at Olifants Rest Camp. During 2006 Meiring was offered a position at the Southern African Wildlife College as a Senior Field Coordinator. This position covered a number of aspects from Hospitality to Conservation Management and the training of SADC and International students.As a Conservator by qualification he was offered a position as Reserve manager in the Madikwe area in 2008. To improve on Management and Conservation skills, he enrolled at the Tshwane University of Technology and obtained his Baccalaureus Technology degree in Nature Conservation (cum laude) in 2011. As Reserve Manager he managed all aspects of the Conservation, Rural Community Support, Hospitality, Hunting and Intensive Breeding Programs.
“We at Forever Resorts welcome Meiring on board and are very excited about his unsurpassed skills and knowledge that he brings into the organisation” said Andrew Mathebula, Training and Development Executive of the Group.
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