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Sailing around Zanzibar in a hollow tree

As 2016 dawns on the Tanzanian coastline, so will the first day of the Ngalawa Cup – a sailing race around the Zanzibar archipelago in the favoured fishing boat of the local Swahili fishermen.

Clowning around in Ethiopia

The first African Circus Arts Festival will be taking place in Addis Ababa at the end of November to unite eight circuses from seven African countries, with the goal of stimulating an interest in modern circus.

London Premiere of Blood Lions

The documentary Blood Lions is to premiere in the United Kingdom in an effort to create global awareness about the realities behind the unethical canned hunting industry in South Africa.

Fundraising dinner for the One Land Love It Expedition

If you’re in Port Elizabeth this Thursday, don’t miss out on the fundraising dinner for the One Land Love It expedition with guest speakers, Braam Malherbe and Vasti Geldenhuys. All proceeds will be distributed to the SANParks Honorary Rangers and Care for Wild AFRICA.

Will you go wild for wildlife?

The Cape of Good Hope SPCA has launched their Wild for Wildlife campaign to help raise funds for the caring of wildlife in the Cape.

A local band on why Africa is amazing

The band GoodLuck answers some questions on what they are looking forward to at the Vic Falls Carnival, why they love Africa and what it means to be African.

7 ways to save African penguins

Head to the annual penguin festival at Boulders Beach on the 17th October to celebrate African Penguin Awareness Day, and read on to learn about 7 different ways that you can help to conserve this endangered species.

South African youth will march against poaching

Inspired by Mandela’s words of wisdom, a group of young people from Johannesburg hope to emulate their 1976 peers to protest against injustice. But this time they will be protesting against the injustices surrounding canned lion hunting, and elephant and rhino poaching.

Rhino fun walk in Madikwe

The first ever rhino fun walk in Madikwe Game Reserve raised awareness about the plight of rhinos as well as R64,000 for anti-poaching initiatives.

Join the march for elephants and rhinos

Be part of the global movement to promote local and global awareness about the elephant and rhino crises. Call for governments to take immediate action to end poaching in range nations and demand an end to the ivory and rhino horn trade at all levels!

St Cyprian’s art for rhinos

The St Cyprian’s girls are pulling out their paint brushes for Rhinos Without Borders in the light of World Rhino Day.

A tea party for rhinos

A fundraising tea party in order to raise money for a illustrated children’s book about rhinos.

Marching from Kosi to uMfolozi for rhinos

Participants in this month’s “Rhino Walk” will walk over 220km across the length of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park going from school to school to educate young people about rhino conservation.

Rwanda names 24 baby mountain gorillas

Thousands of people gathered in a town just outside of the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda to name 24 young gorillas in a ceremony that highlights their need for protection.