Celebrating a decade of corridor conservation, which focuses on linking three of South Africa’s finest treasures of biodiversity.
A brief summary of the main decisions taken at CITES CoP17 that affect African wildlife species.
CITES meeting blocks proposal for ban on all trade of ivory from four southern African countries.
Celebrating the start of spring at a wine-fuelled whale watching weekend.
Are discussions costing more than actions when it comes to saving the elephant from extinction?
In support of #WorldRhinoDay on 22nd September, here are just 7 ways you can show the anti-poaching dogs and, in turn, our rhinos, that you care.
The annual Penguin Festival comes to Simon’s Town in order to promote African penguin conservation.
Different San groups in Southern Africa celebrate their rich cultural heritage of storytelling, song and dance at the annual Kuru Dance Festival!
Two lucky readers can walk away with a set of four tickets to the One World Festival of Healing on the 24 and 25 September 2016 at the Paarl Arboretum.
#GoWildforWildlife with The Cape of Good Hope SPCA!
Swiss-based hunting and ‘sustainable use’ lobbyist refers to those in the conservation industry as “eco-colonialists” and “arrogant, paternalistic imperialists”.
With a huge range of pressing issues to be addressed, find out what lies in store this year at the Conference of the Parties for CITES.
A Dog Food Drive – For the Love of Dogs & Rhinos on #WorldRhinoDay to support the K9 Unit in the Kruger National Park by donating food for these canine heroes in the fight against poaching.
Kruger’s K9 Centre welcomes the addition of four new dogs at handover ceremony.
Veterinary students’ Run4Rhinos event on 27 August to raise funds to help the plight of rhinos.
If you’re a bird lover, you won’t want to miss The African Bird Fair at the start of September in Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden!
The Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit has arrested nearly 700 poachers and removed more than 22,000 wire snares. Support their good work by donating or joining their annual fundraising golf tournament.
The Kilimanjaro Challenge is an annual activity that aims to raise funds for charities fighting HIV/AIDS in Tanzania.
The Big Five Marathon run in the breath-taking scenery of the Waterberg, also takes your breath away… literally.
Rhino war soldiers recognised for the hard work they are doing to prevent poaching.
The first cross-border trail run between South Africa and Namibia took place in June, covering 200km over 5 days
One member of the Botanical Society of South Africa raised thousands of rand to plant trees in Cecilia Forest, Cape Town
Etosha in Namibia provided the perfect African wildlife experience for an art safari lead by an artist from Spain!
Jaci’s Lodge’s first ever Madikwe Game Reserve cycle saw seven enthusiastic participants cycle through some beautiful African scenery.
The first Mapungubwe Transfrontier Wildrun in Southern Africa, a 90km trail run through Big Five territory in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe, took place this May.
EleFest 2016, held to celebrate wildlife and conservation, was a great success.
The Robertson Wine Valley’s 13th annual Wacky Wine Weekend takes place from 2-5 June 2016, and will showcase wonderful wines and embrace country life.
It is almost time for the Rotary K2C (Kruger to Canyons) Cycle Tour, which takes intrepid and adventurous cyclists over 90km through some of the most famous Big Five reserves in the Lowveld.
Know someone involved in rhino conservation who does selfless and unrecognised work to save our natural heritage? Then nominate them for an award!
As Kenya proceeds with the largest ever ivory burn, Raabia Hawa says goodbye to thousands of elephants that she never managed to protect.
Women to embark on a great expedition for the African elephant – 10,000km, 10 countries and a R1,000,000 goal.
The green carpet event of the year – a dinner and art auction in celebration of Earth Day 2016 and Cape leopards!
Zambian music festival, EleFest, to support the work of WWF Zambia.
Here are 10 simple ways to make a difference this Earth Hour on 19 March.
Dance To Be Wild is empowering South African children to take ownership of their wildlife heritage through the beauty of dance!
Run for charity with this must-do marathon in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya.
This coming April is the 9th annual Ngorongoro Marathon, an event held to raise money and awareness for the fight against malaria, and to support the Maasai pre-school.
5 indigenous South African flowers to show you care this Valentine’s Day.
With the aim of building a connection between communities and nature, the HI-TEC Garden Route Walking Fest is an amazing way to discover the incredible natural beauty of the Garden Route this Easter.
The WWF shares 5 facts to celebrate this World Wetlands Day and highlight the need for water stewardship work that benefits our wetlands and other water resources.
Celebrating Tanzania’s birds this National Bird Day.
4 ideas for creating all natural Christmas decorations using South African plants.
Here are just some of the great events taking place at Kirstenbosch this festive season!
A closer look at horses and zebras in Africa on the Day of the Horse.
10 things that make Kenya interesting this Jamhuri Day!
A three-day Wildcoast Wildrun: sea, sky, sand, salt and sun!