The conflict between subsistence farmers and lions continues in the Amboseli ecosystem as a lion pride is poisoned.
Lions from the Marsh Pride, made famous by the Big Cat Diary series, have been poisoned in the Maasai Mara with at least two lions dead as a result.
Animal rights group PETA has named the hunter who killed one of Africa’s largest elephants as German businessman Rainer Schorr
Over two decades after the civil war in Mozambique finished, the country has now achieved ‘free of known landmine’ status.
Elephants are still being ridden in South Africa, despite a growing international move away from the controversial practice
After viewing the new film Blood Lions, Hermann Meyeridricks is asking the hunting association to reconsider its position on lion hunting.
African Parks to take over the long term management of Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in Malawi!
We interview wildlife campaigner Ian Michler, and filmmaker Nick Chevallier about their new film, Blood Lions.
A female elephant was accidentally killed instead of an allegedly ‘damage causing’ bull elephant when a hunting permit was suspiciously issued at Mabalingwe Nature Reserve.
65 vultures and a tawny eagle found dead in a poisoning incident on a private farm north-west of Hoedspruit.
On Monday the 16th of March 2015, two German travellers, Martin and Christin Kotthoff, led to the arrest of two ivory dealers near Kasane, Botswana.
A wild-born female Cape parrot rehabilitated from a deadly viral infection and released back into the wild in 2011 has been seen on several occasions, apparently healthy and living the life.
The Arabuko Sokoke Forest is saved from oil mining as communities take a stand to save this critically threatened habitat.
A tiny shrimp with banded, stalked eyes, and gaudy red ‘warning’ colouring, is the latest of several new marine species to be found by UCT researchers in the extensively sampled waters of False Bay.
Here’s why you shouldn’t cancel your African safari because of Ebola.
The Aldabra banded snail, thought to be a casualty of climate change, has been rediscovered in the Seychelles.
It is with deep sadness and regret that Tembe Elephant Park has announced the death of Isilo the elephant. Isilo was the king of the elephants and wildlife in the Tembe Transfrontier Park on the South Africa/Mozambique Border and was known as the biggest “tusker” in Southern Africa.
Organisers of a key conference about rhino conservation and introducing a legal trade in rhino horn claim that advocates of trade are threatening to boycott the conference because their point of view will not be represented.
For the very first time detailed data about iSimangaliso’s coelacanths has been collected via a satellite tag.
After 44 years of absence, lions are being introduced into the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, affording the park with Big 7 status.
The world’s newest species of mole-rat: Caroline’s mole-rat (Fukomys vandewoestijneae) has been identified in Zambia by scientists
Former NBA player and Chinese icon, Yao Ming, launches a major public awareness campaign about consumption of rhino horn and ivory in China
Loliondo the Maasai community concession and wildlife destinations is in the spotlight as locals clash with trophy hunting companies
Beneath the soaked rags lay a parched and forlorn-looking pygmy right whale, the world’s smallest baleen whale
This series of disturbing and yet fascinating images from photographers Pieter Hugo and Adetokunbo Abiola in their book The Hyena & Other Men
The mountain gorilla is the only great ape with an increasing population despite continuous pressure on its habitat – latest population stats