The ante is upped on a bush walk through Kruger National Park when an elephant charges….
A brawl between hyenas and lions over a buffalo in Kenya’s Maasai Mara.
The business of rhino horn trade and its part in a complex web of criminality and trade-based money laundering.
A young bull elephant delivers a perfectly-timed reverse kick to a trailer in a test of strength.
A close encounter in the Kgalagadi as three lions enjoy licking water from a tent!
Hungry lions bring down a buffalo cow, but things change when a rival lioness gets involved!
EleFest 2016, held to celebrate wildlife and conservation, was a great success.
White water rafting the murky waters of Kenya’s Tana River.
All you need to know about friendly bottlenose dolphins.
The Robertson Wine Valley’s 13th annual Wacky Wine Weekend takes place from 2-5 June 2016, and will showcase wonderful wines and embrace country life.
It is almost time for the Rotary K2C (Kruger to Canyons) Cycle Tour, which takes intrepid and adventurous cyclists over 90km through some of the most famous Big Five reserves in the Lowveld.
An unpredictable sighting in Kruger as a herd of buffalo run straight towards a parked car, with lions hot on their heels.
Free-climbing to the summit of Nelion, one of the three major peaks on Mt Kenya.
14 more vultures have been found in KwaZulu-Natal that are thought to have been poisoned by an unknown chemical.
A group of guests were enjoying observing and photographing meerkats when one used them as a predator lookout platform.
Summiting Point Lenana – one of Mount Kenya’s three peaks and the only accessible one in the UNESCO World Heritage national park.
Watch as white lions are caught on camera during the act at Tanda Tula!
A baby elephant in South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve is keen to stamp his authority!
Why we think you should visit the Company’s Gardens in the heart of the Mother City!
A leopard’s abandoned impala carcass is conquered by the toughest creature in Kruger – the honey badger!
Looking at the startling population crash in the Maloti minnow linked to the dams and water transfer tunnels built for the Lesotho Highlands Water Project.
Take your wildlife photography to the next level by making the most of natural light.
Women to embark on a great expedition for the African elephant – 10,000km, 10 countries and a R1,000,000 goal.
A leopard is hung out like prey in an acacia tree after a territorial dispute in Samburu.
All you need to know about photographing wildlife on manual mode while using auto ISO.
Wildlife ACT Fund’s educational kids bush camps teach community children the importance of conservation and why rhinos need protecting.
A delightful scene of an elephant keeper massaging a baby elephant’s trunk at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Intaka Island is a wetland and bird sanctuary situated in the heart of Century City – what is more commonly known as a bustling shopping centre, residential area and office park.
A leopard tries to score a free meal when wild dogs take down an impala in Luangwa.
A closer look at Africa’s first “post office” and a beacon for early day explorers.
Two clumsy lions try to climb a jackalberry tree in Kruger to get to a leopard’s impala kill.
How to graduate out of auto mode when taking wildlife photos, and why this is important.
The green carpet event of the year – a dinner and art auction in celebration of Earth Day 2016 and Cape leopards!
Exploring the cultures and simple life of traditional Egypt with this photographic gallery.
An African rock python kills an Egyptian goose in Linyanti, but a martial eagle wants the bird for himself.
An uneasy dance between a lion and a topi calf in the Maasai Mara.
Three mobile journalists get ready to set off on a cycle expedition from Cape Town to Addis Ababa in search of stories that demonstrate innovative and solutions-orientated approaches to challenges across the continent.
Orphaned baby elephants changing lives at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Zambian music festival, EleFest, to support the work of WWF Zambia.
Jaci’s Lodges guide, Anja went to find out more about wildlife photography in order to better help her guests. Here’s what she learnt.
A specialist research project in the Lydenburg area reveals two strawberry coloured cats with brown spots – but what does the future hold for these pink leopards?
This little elephant has just discovered his trunk and it seems to have a mind of its own, much to the surprise of its owner.
A leopard with a taste for bacon raids a skottel braai at a picnic site in Kruger.
Elephants splish and splash as rains are welcomed by all in the Waterberg!
This bicycle-powered cinema project is using education to bring about a cultural evolution to conserve wildlife.
There is nothing in Africa quite as emblematic of the colour scarlet as the flaming coral tree. Find out more about this family of colourful fauna.
Domestic dog taken by crocodile after dog was seen continuously harassing wild animals in iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Can tradition and conservation sit side by side when it comes to vultures – a species that soars across boundaries?
Understanding camera focus to enhance your wildlife photography.
Gardening for birds – how to attract birds to your garden by meeting their 3 basic requirements.
An irate ostrich hits 50km/h as the bird chases cyclists at the Cape of Good Hope.
If the stars align just right, you might be lucky enough to see something so extraordinary – barely believable – that it becomes Kruger folklore. Just as it was with this lucky leopard sighting.
9 facts about the iconic African mahogany tree!
Understand these 5 things about photography and you’re on your way to capturing great images while on safari.
From exceptional hunting skills to beautiful poses, leopards seem to have stolen the show during game drives in South Luangwa recently.
How you can garden in drought conditions with these eight plants that need little to no water.
A new method of anonymous online participation gets farmers and conservationists to agree on how to reduce conflict between livestock and carnivores in Namibia.
A great sighting of a honey badger wraps up an incredible first time trip to the Kgalagadi.
An afternoon spent watching the antics of a naughty baby baboon and his exhausted mom.
A fabulous week spent enjoying the company of the ellies in South Africa’s Addo Elephant Park.