The new iTrack Southern Africa app is not only good for identifying wildlife tracks.
An announcement made in Cape Town could mark the first step in reaching consensus on saving rhinos.
Cape Town hikers and nature lovers are able to once enjoy some of their favourite trails once again in Silvermine after the Cape fire.
Blood Lions – the new conservation film about canned hunting that is having a profound influence on the controversial industry of lion breeding.
After viewing the new film Blood Lions, Hermann Meyeridricks is asking the hunting association to reconsider its position on lion hunting.
We interview wildlife campaigner Ian Michler, and filmmaker Nick Chevallier about their new film, Blood Lions.
Why Afrikaans might be the language with which to address South Africa’s rhino poaching crisis.
On the release of his new book, Poachers Moon, Author and renowned conservationist Richard Pierce led a panel of experts discussing the rhino poaching issues.
Has the wildlife documentary seen its death due to the sensationalised melodrama and reality shows that grace our channels or is there still hope for the animals in Norway’s new trend of Slow TV?
Demonstrations took place in over 60 cities worldwide calling for a ban on the hunting of canned lions. Africa Geographic marched along with a determined Cape Town crowd.
To many people Cape Town is about sandy beaches, majestic mountains and valleys of wine. To Anton Crone it’s about tarmac.
An Australian company’s scheme to mine copper in one of Zambia’s most pristine national parks.
In an effort to combat the illegal trade in rhino horn a communication campaign aimed at Chinese and Vietnamese audiences was launched today featuring popular Chinese film star and martial artist Jackie Chan.
Is it a good strategy to insult trophy hunters? We discuss the barrage of comments that accompany pictures of trophy hunters on social media sites.
Is your engagement ring to you what rhino horn is to the Chinese? We investigate some marketing myths in light of the proposal to legalise the trade in rhino horn.
Anton visits the Mfuwe Secondary School and visits the children and the community who have spend their time there.
I was recently given a wonderful compliment by a fellow travel writer and photographer: that I had a knack for photographing people. I responded by saying that I found one of the best ways to put people at ease in front the camera was to turn the tables: hand them the camera and let them […]
Click on the photograph to enlarge it and read Malindi’s story written on the blackboard.
Trying to reach Kubu Island in a smart car was a really dumb idea. We made it onto the Magadikgadi pans but destroyed the fan belt and water pump in the process. With no way of fixing it out on the barren pan we towed the smart 250km back to Francistown. Dropping it off at Mercedes […]
On the start of our trip to the Serengeti we were already behind schedule. It wasn’t a good omen for our first challenge along the way: to reach Botswana’s Kubu Island in our Smart car. We had woken far too late, but the mojitos at the farewell – the ones with the test tubes of […]