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While conservation is as much a buzzword as almond milk, the last few months has seen strong and positive success stories emerging in conservation for Africa. Read more › The post Round up of conservation [...]

Beyond the China Ivory Ban

China to ban all domestic ivory trade and processing by the end of 2017 offers a glimmer of real optimism in the fight against elephant poaching. Read more › The [...]

African Students’ Build Your Brand Reputation and Protect It

The more African students use technology the more they create a digital footprint that will build in global significance. African students are being judged, evaluated,  and scrutinised by their digital [...]

This is: Kruger National Park

Arguably one of the largest and most famous Game Reserves in Africa, Kruger National Park has become a hub for many photographers and wildlife enthusiasts.  Situated in the Northeastern part [...]

SANCCOB raises endangered penguin to reunite with colony

On Friday, 13 January 2017, a juvenile Northern Rockhopper penguin was reunited with her colony at the Two Oceans Aquarium after being successfully hatched and hand-reared by the Southern African [...]

Botswana’s unique approach to tourism

Botswana gained independence in 1966 and the discovery of diamonds came shortly after. However, while diamonds were to be an industry to nurture, the Botswana government looked long term and [...]

Male Cheetah Eats A Duiker

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Impending extinction of the world’s primates due to human activities; immediate global attention is needed to reverse the trend

Nonhuman primates, our closest biological relatives, play important roles in the livelihoods, cultures, and religions of many societies and offer unique insights into human evolution, biology, behavior, and the threat [...]

Elephants At The Makubela Pools

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Macro Photography at the Pullen Nature Reserve

Ever heard Wits University’s slogan “Wits gives you the edge”? Well, which other South African university’s biology department owns it own 250 ha nature reserve? The Pullen Nature Reserve in [...]

Back to Basics: What are those numbers on my lens?

Given how many people would have either been given or bought themselves a camera over the festive season I thought it would be a great idea to run a “Back [...]

Why you’ll love Monkeyland near Plettenberg Bay

By Roxanne Reid. Take a holiday on South Africa’s Garden Route and you’ll find lots of things to keep you amused. If you’re looking for a great day out for [...]

CITW and the Shoe That Grows

CITW Zambezi Region distributes sustainable footwear in conjunction with The Shoe That Grows. [...]

Gay Pride! Male Lions Reinforcing Social Bonds

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Building African Bloggers and Innovators in 2017

“What should we be doing going forward?” Africans can save Africa: Arnold Ekpe at TEDxEuston. There are millions of potential brother and sister bloggers in Africa, diverse people of color [...]

Baby impala tries using car to hide from cheetahs

“Watch how this baby impala’s heart just about beats out of its chest whilst trying to hide in front of a tourists car away from a hungry cheetah and her [...]

360 VR Video of Ilala Lodge, Activities offered – Zimbabwe

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Kids get their hands dirty at The Ant Collection

A few of the fun and exciting activities that await your kids at Ant’s. So, parents, let’s make 2017 the year of adventures! Get in touch with us to start [...]

The Other Hyena Den

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The Waiting Game Lesson 1

When you’re too lazy for the chase, you resort to group digging. While you dig, your sister watches over you, then she pokes her head into the hole and tells [...]