Wildlife and Wilderness

Shark encounters in South African waters

Champion surfer Mick Fanning fought off a great white in Jeffreys Bay on the weekend. He was not the…

6 years ago

Cape floral heritage site expands

The expansion of South Africa's Cape Floral Region as a World Heritage Site means an even greater area will continue…

6 years ago

Protection sought for South Africa’s sardines

The annual sardine run up the coast of KwaZulu-Natal is a spectacular event bringing visitors to the coast. But…

6 years ago

Addo’s lion cubs leave home

The three orphaned lion cubs at Addo Elephant National Park are now nine months old and have been moved…

6 years ago

Bigger Cape World Heritage Site is on cards

The Southern Cape's Afromontane forests - most of them part of the Garden Route National Park - are being…

6 years ago

SA Airlink to fly straight to bush lodges

Visitors to some of South Africa's most luxurious private lodges will soon be able to fly directly to their…

6 years ago

SAA will no longer transport hunting trophies

South African Airways Cargo will no longer transport hunting trophies of rhino, elephant, lion and tiger around the world.…

6 years ago

Counting cheetahs in South Africa’s Kruger National Park

International visitors to South Africa’s Kruger National Park can put their holiday snaps to good use capturing images of…

6 years ago

Karoo succulents flourish in the newly declared Knersvlakte Nature Reserve

Homing one third of the world’s 10 000 succulent species, 85 500 hectares of the Succulent Karoo region now…

6 years ago

South Africa’s elephant Norms and Standards to be amended

As one of the few African countries with a stable and strong elephant population, South Africa has stringent norms…

6 years ago