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World’s rarest antelope, the hirola, flourishes under community conservation

Meet the hirola – an unassuming creature that is the centre of what may be one of the most successful conservation efforts in recent history.

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Kruger Addicts

An Australian couple share why they are so crazy about Kruger National Park – after more than 25 extended stays in the park over the years

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Exploring Etosha

Everything you need to know about Etosha National Park in Namibia – home of giant white elephants & crowded waterholes during the dry season

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10 ways to get around Cape Town

Top 10 ways to get around and make the most of Cape Town.


Saving the cheetah: a need for speed

The cheetah is the fastest land animal, with a body built to incredible acceleration. But its also fast heading towards extinction in the wild


I Love Namibia

Exploring the wild places of Namibia makes for a different kind of honeymoon, and our road trip turned out to be the journey of a lifetime

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iSimangaliso: park for the people

iSimangaliso is a World Heritage Site – a rich and diverse ecosystem that attracts nature lovers and provides sustainable livelihoods for many

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Where did all the penguins go?

Penguins are in trouble. A 1930’s video clip with Cherry Kearton gives an insight into the extent of the endangered African penguin population decline.

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The Cape Winelands with a difference

Four Cap Classique-filled days spent discovering vineyards that are making a difference in the beautiful Cape Winelands.


The hidden struggle of South Africa’s freshwater fish

A new conservation film, entitled Fins in the Fynbos, aims to turn the spotlight on threatened fish species and how to save them.


Turtles – ninjas of the Deep

Turtles – the wanderers of Earth’s vast oceans – played a vital part in changing the conservation status of our coastline


9 Fascinating baobab tree facts

Here are some interesting facts about baobabs, Africa’s ancient trees.