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  1. http://progressmalawi.com/2017/05/23/4-cheetahs-introduced-to-liwonde-national-park/ http://www.malawitourism.com/pages/news/index.asp?NewsID=760 https://malawi24.com/2017/05/24/cheetahs-reintroduced-malawi/ https://www.essentialjourneys.co.uk/cheetah/ ~ These articles, primarily from sources in Malawi, detail the recent relocation from South Africa of four cheetahs to Malawi's Liwonde National Park. The Endangered Wildlife Trust and African Parks coordinated the reintroduction of cheetahs, which formerly ranged along Malawi's Shire River. The articles include images showing the process of relocating the cheetahs.
  2. http://www.maravipost.com/life-and-style/travel-tourism/9344-african-parks-takes-over-liwonde-national-park-and-nkhotakota-wildlife-reserve-in-malawi.html This article from the Maravi Post in Lilongwe tells of the announcement that African Parks has agreed to manage Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in Malawi. Majete Wildlife Reserve in Malawi is currently managed by African Parks with a steady increase in levels of wildlife tourism.

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