Chaeli Mycroft is defying the odds with plans to submit Mount Kilimanjaro in a wheelchair!
Taj Cape Town’s 5th birthday competition is coming to close so don’t miss the chance to submit your Instagram photos and stand to win some big prizes.
The internationally renowned exhibition, Tutankhamun – his tomb and his treasures, will close in Johannesburg on 27th September so be sure not to miss this unique display of artefacts before they leave South Africa.
Uncovering why Rocking the Daisies is South Africa’s premier eco-friendly festival.
A curious visa decision leads to a Ugandan bird guide not being able to attend the UK Bird Fair, which would mean missing out on an important way to spread the word about birding and wildlife tourism in the African country.
Considered an equivalent of Tutankhamun’s mask, Mapungubwe’s golden rhino, a symbol of South Africa’s precolonial civilisation, could leave the country for the first time.
Don’t miss the wild flowers of Namaqualand as their incredible spring display lasts for little more than a month and peaks in August.
Don’t miss out on this week of free access to most of South Africa’s 21 national parks and the opportunity to experience the country’s beautiful natural heritage.
Edward Ndiritu, the head of Lewa’s anti-poaching unit, has been awarded a Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award and personally congratulated by the Duke of Cambridge for his efficiency, diligence and leadership in protecting Africa’s wildlife.
As a non-profit organisation dedicated to ‘Ideas Worth Spreading’, TEDxCapeTown continues to challenge perceptions and engage its audience in worthwhile and forward thinking conversations.
The much awaited documentary, Blood Lions, which casts a spotlight on the canned lion hunting industry in South Africa, will be showing for the first time in Cape Town on the 20th August.
The Cape Leopard Trust’s Fundraiser is uniting people for leopards with a great luncheon at Leopards Leap in Franschhoek!
See three photographer’s interpretation of the Rainbow Nation in an exhibition with of Twenty Journey’s work.
Honouring those that put their lives, resources and time on the line to eradicate rhino poaching in Africa, here are the winners of this year’s Rhino Awards held in Johannesburg.
The Game Rangers’ Association of Africa asks the international community to join them this World Ranger Day in saluting the brave rangers who dedicate their lives to conservation efforts sometimes to the detriment of their physical or emotional well-being.
This past weekend Cape Town’s Woodstock was home to a great street food festival as well as a winter beer festival.
This weekend welcomes the first Woodstock Winter Beer Festival where Cape Town residents can try classic craft beers as well as some special winter brews!
Despite three African elephants going on a rampage during a recent performance, Danish Cirkus Arena continues to promote their elephant performances.
As one of the best birdwatching destinations in the world with 50% of Africa’s bird species, Uganda will be hosting the African Birding Expo, its first ever “avitourism” event, this November.
There has not been one elephant poaching incident since 2011in Zakouma. Hear about this incredible place first hand at the Royal Geographical Society in London.
Botswana unveils a sculpture made up of elephant ivory tusks on display at the international airport.
5 things to be learnt from the Tutankhamun exhibition that is currently on at Grand West Casino in Cape Town.
Climbers have just begun the 14th annual Kilimanjaro Challenge to raise awareness and funds to support communities in Tanzania affected by HIV/AIDS.
Would you waddle for a week from Gansbaai to Boulders Bay in the name of African penguins?
The 16th annual Safaricom marathon welcomes Pippa Middleton, amongst many more, to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to support conservation efforts in Kenya.
Youth Rhino Summit to be held in KwaZulu-Natal with the aim of motivating the younger generation to speak out against rhino poaching and global wildlife crime.
Cow cheeks, mielies, samoosas, shisa nyama, bunny chows, gatsbys, rotis and vetkoek are all on offer this year at South Africa’s Street Food Festival!
This pre-school in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area aims to offer children in the Maasai community a chance for a better future.
Rally your friends for this year’s Vic Falls Carnival and plan a New Year’s experience of a lifetime at one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
A wrap up of the unforgettable Richtersveld Wildrun.
Enjoy a talk in Cape Town that will discuss the solutions to saving rhinos.
Building and hiking an ecological corridor from Eden to Addo.
A visit to The Boma in Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls makes Rachel blush with pride to have been born in Africa.
Christopher Rimmer speaks about the creating of his Amapondo Exhibiton – photographing the cattle of the Pondo people of Port St Johns.
The 5th annual Penguin Promises Waddle for a Week for African penguins will be taking place from 13 to 18 April 2015.
Lindt Easter gold bunnies to benefit the critically endangered riverine rabbit.
Renowned conservationist, Ian Redmond, has stepped forward to champion Malawi’s fight against wildlife crime following the government’s announcement of its ivory burn this Thursday 2nd April.
Eelco Meyjes is over 600km into 3,000km ride from Cape Town to Victoria Falls to raise funds and awareness for the tiny orange-breasted waxbill.
Catch Toya Delazy and Jeremy Loops at the Cool as Folk Festival.
Get earthy in Platbos Forest planting indigenous trees.
The African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary was opened in Gansbaai in February marking a monumental milestone for the conservation of marine birds.
15 tonnes of elephant tusks burn in Nairobi National Park in Kenya on a day that was at once tragic and full of hope.
Nominations have now opened for the Rhino Conservation Awards 2015.
The annual Rhino Ride at Zululand Rhino Reserve is an event that fights for Africa’s beloved rhinos.
30% of South Africa’s amphibians are classified as endangered or vulnerable.
After blisters, sweat and laughter the Ennedi Trail teams are back home.