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The Endangered Wildlife Trust breaks the population taboo

The Endangered Wildlife Trust became the newest member of the Population and Sustainability Network, an independent body that coordinates an international network of organisations recognising the importance of population and consumption impacts as significant factors in sustainable development.

Monkey paws at Durban's muthi market

Need a monkey paw? I know where to go. I wanted to see if Durban’s muthi (medicine) market was brimming with as many monkey paws, snake skins and owl carcasses as I had heard. Annually the South African traditional muthi trade is worth around R 2.9 billion, dispenses around 128 million courses of medication and employs […]

The mighty springbok migration

Of all natural wonders in the world, the East African wildebeest migration is one of the most spectacular events. As recently as 120 years ago, South Africa hosted a much larger migration, but human impacts annihilated it. “When I pay for a view, I expect something more interesting than that,” snapped the cantankerous hotel guest, […]