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Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Safari tips + Kili ice & otters

CEO note: Safari tips + Kili ice & otters

Decoding science, Destinations, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

How the Kilimanjaro glaciers left truth in the cold

Kilimanjaro’s disappearing glaciers have been a symbol of climate change for more than than 15 years. Science says it is much more complicated.

Natural history

Otters of Africa – four adorable mustelids

There are four species of otter in Africa – all of them intelligent, playful, fascinating predators.

Opinion Editorial

CEO note: And the winners are …

CEO note: And the winners are …

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Winners

Our 2021 Photographer of the Year has come to a glorious finale as we present the best submissions. The winner and two runners-up will share the princely sum of USD 10 000 and join their partners and our CEO Simon Espley and his wife Lizz on the ultimate private safari in Botswana, where they’ll take …

Mining, News

Lower Zambezi copper mine given the go-ahead

Tragedy: There WILL be large-scale, open-cast copper mine in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia – latest development

Decoding science, Natural history

Do tracking collars impact animals negatively?

New research indicates that animals fitted with tracking collars, experience no long-term, negative effects. Further research is needed however.

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year, Travel & Lifestyle

Sabi Sands sojourn

Our 2020 Photographer of the Year winners enjoy their safari prize in the Big 5 Sabi Sands Game Reserve, Greater Kruger

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Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Finalists!

CEO note: Finalists!

Photo Galleries, Photographer of the Year

Photographer of the Year 2021 Weekly Selection: Finalists

Fantastic images from our Photographer of the Year 2021. Enter now to win US$10,000 cash and a Botswana safari

Natural history, Poaching

White-eared kob and tiang migration South Sudan

A recent survey in South Sudan by the NGO Space for Giants shows that the white-eared kob and tiang migration, continues, despite decades-long civil wars

Hunting, News, Opinion Editorial

The end of SA’s shameful lion breeding industry – what now happens to the lions?

Thousands of captive-bred lions in South Africa – what is to happen to them as breeding facilities are closed down