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Warriors do battle at the Maasai Olympics

The Maasai Olympics is an attempt to engage young men, who might otherwise have been the ones hunting lions, and demonstrate that conservation can mean something to the Maasai people.

Christmas, Africa style

Have you ever tried to imagine what a Christmas safari in Africa would be like? Robin Pope Safaris tells us all about a typical Christmas celebration in Africa.

Fashion for conservation

Redrhino is an exciting new fashion initiative in support of the nurturing and mentoring of the conservation leaders of the future.

Hogs lend muscle to Global March for Elephants and Rhinos

More than fifty riders from H.O.G. (Harley Owners Group) roared into Stellenbosch this morning to join hundreds of marchers in the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos, along with marchers and riders in 134 cities around the world. Africa Geographic’s C.E.O Simon Espley and editor Anton Crone rode with the H.O.G. Cape Town chapter aboard […]

Chinese students cycle for elephants

In light of the escalating elephant poaching crisis, and to commemorate World Animal Day on 4 October, a student cycling team in China is raising public awareness about elephant poaching.

Record audience for Lake of Stars Festival

The 2014 Lake of Stars Festival attracted a record audience, raising money for a developing economy, helping to promote Malawi as a tourist destination and exposing Malawian artists to an international audience.

Nominees announced for Tusk Conservation Awards

Africa Geographic is proud to announce that Amy Dickman who wrote the ‘A Friend of the Enemy’ article in our online magazine’s Ruaha issue has been nominated for a Tusk Conservation Award.

How to celebrate World Rhino Day

Dereck Joubert is the co–creator of the extraordinary Rhinos without Borders campaign. He explains how everyone can join the campaign and help save the rhino this World Rhino Day.

Demanding an end to the slaughter of rhinos and elephants

The Global March for Elephants and Rhinos (GMFER) is taking place in more than 120 cities across the world on October 4 this year. It will see the delivery of memoranda of demand and proposed changes to South Africa’s legislation delivered to key government representatives across the globe.

Wildlife photography on auction

Stephan Welz & Co, one of South Africa’s top auction houses, has decided to include two wildlife photographs by Hannes Lochner for auction in October.

Citizen Science Week

The Animal Demography Unit encourages each one of us to become a citizen scientist this Citizen Science Week, from 20 to 28 September.

Ramping up support for elephants and rhinos

In just a few short weeks the world will be taking to the streets in support of our endangered, iconic wildlife species, courtesy of the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos, which takes place on World Animal Day – October 4.

Free access to South Africa’s National Parks

Locals can enjoy free access to South Africa’s National Parks from Monday, 8 September 2014 until Friday, 12 September 2014 as part of the annual South African National Parks Week.

Awards presented to celebrate rhino conservation

The Rhino Conservation Awards 2014 were held on the 31st of July 2014 in an effort to create awareness of rhino conservation issues while recognising exceptional individuals and organisations for their efforts in protecting Africa’s rhino population.