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Black Bean Productions' conservation doccie to premiere internationally
Black Bean Productions' conservation doccie to premiere internationallyArticle

South African-produced conservation documentary The Edge of Existence will make its debut at four international film festivals over the next two months...

10 Sep 2020

African organisations join TUSK in fundraising effort to protect wildlife
African organisations join TUSK in fundraising effort to protect wildlifeArticle

The economic impact on the tourism industry - a key funder of conservation in Africa, has been crippling, leaving Africa's wildlife under threat...

8 Sep 2020

Applications open for Beyond Tourism in Africa innovation challenge
Applications open for Beyond Tourism in Africa innovation challengeArticle

Beyond Tourism in Africa is a global innovation challenge seeking new revenue models that enable communities in Africa to derive income from wildlife conservation beyond the tourism sector...

1 Sep 2020

Top 10 countries in Africa for a safari holiday of your dreams
Top 10 countries in Africa for a safari holiday of your dreamsArticle

Dreaming of an African safari tour? Wondering which country in Africa offers the best safari experience?..

Issued by SA Shares 7 Aug 2020

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Celebrating conservation efforts at Tswalu Kalahari Reserve amidst Covid-19Article

Like with many other industries, the world over, it has taken innovation, determination, and adaptability to continue business activities...

Dr Duncan MacFadyen 20 Jul 2020

Covid-19, Africa's conservation and trophy hunting dilemma
Covid-19, Africa's conservation and trophy hunting dilemmaArticle

Wildlife conservation hasn't escaped the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic...

Duan Biggs, Alexander Richard Braczkowski, Alta De Vos, Hayley Clements 30 Jun 2020

African tourism has been put on ice by coronavirus - here's how some countries are reviving it
African tourism has been put on ice by coronavirus - here's how some countries are reviving itArticle

Developing countries that depend heavily on tourists need international support and more sustainable offerings for the future...

Davina Stanford and Adama Bah 19 Jun 2020

How KFC's #1 Fan Charmed Millions.
Warc Awards announces 2020 Effective Social Strategy winnersArticle

A total of 13 campaigns for global brands across different markets and product categories have won in the Effective Social Strategy category of the Warc Awards...

17 Jun 2020

How wildlife conservation could survive the devastating effects of Covid-19
How wildlife conservation could survive the devastating effects of Covid-19Article

Regarding wildlife conservation, we have experienced revenue streams and resources, worth years of ongoing research, development and contribution, dry up in a matter of weeks...

Dr Duncan MacFadyen 20 May 2020

The rise of conservation tech in Africa
The rise of conservation tech in AfricaArticle

The need to mitigate anthropogenic impacts on species and natural systems has resulted in conservation science developing as a major multidisciplinary area of study...

20 Apr 2020

National Geographic commemorates Earth Day this April
National Geographic commemorates Earth Day this AprilArticle

National Geographic and National Geographic Wild devote an entire day to Earth Day with a catalogue of best natural history programming...

Issued by Fox Networks Group 7 Apr 2020

Food processing is exempt from the Covid-19 lockdown
Essential services and businesses allowed to operate under lockdownArticle

In a bid to contain and slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the country, South Africa will go on a nationwide lockdown at the stroke of midnight on Thursday for 21 days, with the exception of essential services...

24 Mar 2020

Botswana's 'Okavango' picks up 5 New York Cinematography Awards
Botswana's 'Okavango' picks up 5 New York Cinematography AwardsArticle

Dereck and Beverly Joubert recently picked up five 2020 New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA) for their film, Okavango...

20 Mar 2020

African Symposium's Wildlife Conservation in Africa forum to launch this month
African Symposium's Wildlife Conservation in Africa forum to launch this monthArticle

The African Symposium's inaugural forum on Wildlife Conservation in Africa is launching on Tuesday, 3 March on the United Nations designated World Wildlife Day...

2 Mar 2020

Amdec Group donates R1.25m to SANParks Honorary Rangers over 5 years
Amdec Group donates R1.25m to SANParks Honorary Rangers over 5 yearsArticle

The Amdec Group has over the past five years donated R250,000 annually to the Conservation Services National Project of the SANParks Honorary Rangers...

24 Feb 2020

Management of intact forestlands by indigenous peoples key to protecting climate
Management of intact forestlands by indigenous peoples key to protecting climateArticle

Rights recognition crucial to fend off global warming and catastrophic climate change...

Julie Mollins 23 Jan 2020

Botswana-based wildlife filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
Botswana film to be screened at Sundance Film FestivalArticle

Okavango, a documentary by world-renowned, Botswana-based wildlife filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert has been selected by the prestigious Sundance Film festival to be screened for audiences in the US, later this month...

16 Jan 2020

#MusicExchange: WONDERboom
#MusicExchange: WONDERboomArticle

"Voodoo Doll" is the brand new single from iconic SA rock band, WONDERboom and takes the award-winning quartet into a harder realm, which fans have been calling for...

Martin Myers 14 Jan 2020

South Africans go plant-based for Veganuary
South Africans go plant-based for VeganuaryArticle

More than 14,000 South Africans have officially signed up to partake in this year's Veganuary campaign, joining 350,000 other people across more than 150 countries...

Lauren Hartzenberg 10 Jan 2020

New partnership offers conservation technology training
New partnership offers conservation technology trainingArticle

The Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) has partnered with Vulcan Inc. to expand the local capacity to train, deploy and provide ongoing support of Vulcan EarthRanger, a data visualization and analysis software for Protected Area Management...

12 Dec 2019

SA branding company extends its reach for the rhino cause with international documentary award nomination
SA branding company extends its reach for the rhino cause with international documentary award nominationArticle

SA documentary, about one man and his mission to save the rhino species from extinction, has been nominated for an award at an international film festival...

Melissa Reitz, Issued by Magnetic Creative 28 Oct 2019

Fun things to do in Port Elizabeth
Fun things to do in Port ElizabethArticle

If you are looking to explore South Africa then make sure to visit Port Elizabeth, a city on Algoa Bay in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province...

Issued by Rosebank College 24 Oct 2019

The Rhino Conservation Awards: Honouring courage and sacrifice
The Rhino Conservation Awards: Honouring courage and sacrificeArticle

Award ceremonies such as the Rhino Conservation Awards help to counter donor fatigue, while encouraging and supporting ongoing and new conservation efforts...

Issued by Perfect Word 17 Sep 2019

2019 Kudu Awards open for entries
2019 Kudu Awards open for entriesArticle

Nominations for South African National Parks' (SANParks) 15th annual Kudu Awards is now open...

22 Jul 2019

5 ways to be a responsible wildlife tourist
5 ways to be a responsible wildlife touristArticle

Seeing wild animals can be the highlight of a holiday, and help pay for conservation efforts too, but we have to respect the animals...

Tracie McKinney 11 Jul 2019

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Ashia Cheetah Sanctuary ups conservation efforts with education-based volunteering programmeArticle

"The ultimate purpose is to strengthen the gene pool and to secure a viable cheetah metapopulation in South Africa, in order to prevent the further decline of cheetah numbers in the wild."

2 Jul 2019

Grand Prix-winning work from the final night of Cannes LIons 2019...
#CannesLions2019: Film, Good and Titanium Lions winners!Article

The 66th annual Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity concluded on 21 June, with the 2019 Film Lions, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Lions, Glass Lions, Titanium Lions as well as the associated Young Lions winners announced during the final Cannes Lions award ceremony...

21 Jun 2019

Trophy hunting in Africa: the case for viable, sustainable alternatives
Trophy hunting in Africa: the case for viable, sustainable alternativesArticle

For decades, the public has been fed the myth that trophy hunting is absolutely necessary for sustainable conservation in Africa...

Muchazondida Mkono 17 May 2019

SA's Stroop triumphs at International Wildlife Film Festival
SA's Stroop triumphs at International Wildlife Film FestivalArticle

South African film, Stroop - Journey Into the Rhino Horn War, has been awarded the sought-after 'Best of Festival' award as well as 'Best Independent or Feature Film' at the International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF).

23 Apr 2019

Ecotourism operators in Africa join forces to effect conservation change
Ecotourism operators in Africa join forces to effect conservation changeArticle

&Beyond, Conservation Travel Foundation by Ultimate Safaris, Singita and Wilderness Safaris, in partnership with the Lion Recovery Fund, have joined forces to launch the Lionscape Coalition initiative...

9 Apr 2019

Safari tourism may make elephants more aggressive - but it's still the best tool for conservation
Safari tourism may make elephants more aggressive - but it's still the best tool for conservationArticle

Countries such as South Africa and Kenya receive two to five million visitors to protected areas each year, generating receipts of up to $90m. But as it becomes more popular worldwide, it's worth remembering that we often don't know how tourism affects the animals we observe...

Isabelle Szott and Nicola F. Koyama 25 Mar 2019

The Queen of England honours Beautiful News founder
The Queen of England honours Beautiful News founderArticle

Adrian Steirn, founder of Beautiful News, has been honoured with the Commonwealth Points of Light award by the Queen of England...

Issued by Ginkgo Agency 13 Mar 2019

Design Foundation Awards honours top achievers
Design Foundation Awards honours top achieversArticle

The sixth annual Design Foundation Awards was held on Saturday, 9 March in Cape Town honouring leaders of South African design...

12 Mar 2019

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Holistic management is what we needArticle

If you feel at all worried about climate change, or our future on this planet, you really should read this from beginning to end. This applies to every human on the planet and it offers great hope in very dark times...

14 Dec 2018

ACSA receives intl certification for environmental management
ACSA receives intl certification for environmental managementArticle

Airports Company South Africa's airports have been certified as compliant with the most-recognised international standard for environmental management systems...

12 Nov 2018

$1bn annually is what's needed to save Africa's lions - here's how we arrived at the price tag
$1bn annually is what's needed to save Africa's lions - here's how we arrived at the price tagArticle

A billion dollars. That's approximately what it would cost, to save the African lion...

Luke Hunter 6 Nov 2018

Global radio broadcast to fight poaching in Africa
Global radio broadcast to fight poaching in AfricaArticle

Radio stations unite around the world for synchronised broadcast of 'Snared In Africa'...

25 Oct 2018

Communities urged to help fight rhino poaching
Communities urged to help fight rhino poachingArticle

The call follows the recent arrest of six suspected rhino poachers at a guesthouse in Pongola, KwaZulu-Natal...

22 Oct 2018

Growing safari tourism is vital to SA's game reserve industry
Growing safari tourism is vital to SA's game reserve industryArticle

Tourism Minister, Derek Hanekom, says growing safari tourism is vital to sustain and develop South Africa's game reserves, the conservation work they do and the benefits they bring to surrounding communities.

16 Oct 2018

Land Rover raises millions in aid of endangered rhinos
Land Rover raises millions in aid of endangered rhinosArticle

A rhinoceros sculpture designed by Land Rover chief design officer, Gerry McGovern, has helped Tusk raise over R11.5m in aid of endangered rhinos...

15 Oct 2018

Amasa Award entries open
Amasa Award entries openArticle

Entries for the 2018 Amasa Awards are now open and an exciting new award, the Amasa Agency of the Year Award, has been added to the programme...

Issued by Amasa 14 Aug 2018

Cecil the Lion shortly before he was killed.
Outrage over Cecil the lion slaying three years ago left little in its wakeArticle

It's just over three years since a lion was shot in Zimbabwe by Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota in the US, in a drama that became known as "Cecilgate"...

Muchazondida Mkono 31 Jul 2018

US dogs deployed in SA to counter poaching
US dogs deployed in SA to counter poachingArticle

Earlier this week the first of 10 new counter-poaching dogs from Texas, USA landed at OR Tambo International Airport in Gauteng...

5 Jul 2018

Ministers adopt UNWTO programme to develop tourism in Africa
Ministers adopt UNWTO programme to develop tourism in AfricaArticle

"This is a significant milestone for tourism on our continent. We have agreed to implement a series of measures which will develop and grow tourism in a way that advances economic transformation across Africa."

7 Jun 2018

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The evolution of Tintswalo: New properties and expansion on the cardsArticle

Tintswalo Lodges will be opening two new properties in 2018 and expand into a Premier Collection and a Classic Collection. The evolution of the Tintswalo brand follows the sale of Tintswalo at Waterfall in Johannesburg earlier this year...

7 Jun 2018

Porky Hefer presents endangered species project at Design Miami/Basil
Porky Hefer presents endangered species project at Design Miami/BasilArticle

From 12 to 17 June 2018, SFA Advisory and Southern Guild will present a unique project by renowned South African artist Porky Hefer at Design Miami/Basel.

4 Jun 2018

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Buenos Aires Declaration bolsters travel and tourism's fight against wildlife crimeArticle

The TreadRight Foundation celebrated TTC's recent signing of the Buenos Aires Declaration on Travel and Tourism and Illegal Wildlife Trade - a framework to aid the travel and tourism industry in the fight against wildlife crime - to mark Endangered Species Day on 18 May...

21 May 2018

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