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How protecting nature can protect us

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the tourism industry hard, making it evident that the protection of biodiversity requires other forms of protection such as stewardship

To silence the guns in Africa, nature must be restored

The world needs a new deal to protect its natural environment

Unstoppable momentum of habitat loss could compromise sustainable life on Earth

Tough decisions ahead for humankind, if we hope to save the planet

Why we must all visit South African National Parks

One of the best ways of taking in the abundant beauty this country has to offer is to visit our national parks. Here are some to visit.

Exploring Limpopo’s Kapama Game Reserve

In three days you can see all of the Big Five

Until poor rural people can eat, wildlife will decline

A working relationship between them must be established if conservation is to succeed

The fate of unique species in Tanzania’s coastal forests hangs in the balance

Tanzania faces the challenge of conserving forests in a developing country with a rapidly expanding population.

The tusk at hand: SA begins great elephant trek

Two hundred elephants will be transferred from a Limpopo nature reserve to Mozambique in an effort to restore elephant populations there

Spooks implicated in Botswana’s mysterious ivory stockpile

Botswana’s intelligence services are accused of hiding elephant tusks from the wildlife department

Protecting African wildlife

TW Kambule-NSTF Award: Emerging Researcher through research and its outputs by an individual

Abalone poaching: Lifting the lid on why, how and who

Abalone poaching in Cape Town succeeds because there is a motivated offender, a suitable target and a lack of security

Morgan’s Somalia trek a sign of hope

Joy as thirtysomething pachyderm makes three-week journey from Kenya.

South African breeders buck the system

The sale of wildlife to Angolan parks has sparked a row over the spread of species to areas in which they do not occur naturally.

Kenyans rally to save their wildlife

A grass-roots campaign is putting pressure on politicians and the courts to act decisively.

Zambia bans hunting of endangered wildcats

Zambia has banned the hunting wild cats because it sees more value in game viewing tourism than blood sport, said the country's tourism minister.

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