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Arbor month: Plant trees, save the world!

South African-based environmental organisation, Greenpop, calls for more tree planting action in response to recent studies. South Africa celebrates Arbor month in September each year....

Nature conservation champion soars his way to success at the City

The City recently appointed Mfundo Tafeni as the Head of Invasive Species Programme within its Biodiversity Management Department. Tafeni started his career at the City...

Gondwana Game Reserve launches a hands-on Botanical Conservation Experience

With the richest temperate flora in the world and a myriad of rare, critically endangered species, Gondwana Game Reserve, on the Garden Route is...

Two Oceans Aquarium Announced as Gold Winner Of 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards

On 10 April 2019 the Two Oceans Aquarium was announced as the winner of the Gold ward in the “Attractions” category of the 2019...

Experience Iconic Lions Head Trail Before Maintenance!

Visitors, locals, tourists and hikers can experience the trails on Lions Head before the trail maintenance takes place from 7 January 2019 to 5...

Linton Park Estate raise R100 000 for rhino conservation

Linton Park Estate near Wellington in the Cape Winelands in South Africa once again raised a substantial amount of R100 000 for rhino conservation...

Plettenberg Bay Fast Becoming a Familiar Location For Penguin Rehabilitation and Release

Few can argue the feeling of absolute delight one experiences when the stout penguin in its tuxedo-like pelt, waddles by on its way to...

Darling Brew – Africa’s First Carbon Neutral Brewery

Darling Brew, a craft brewery based in the town of Darling in the Western Cape, has been officially declared as Africa’s first carbon neutral...