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Documentary film explores questions about hunting and conservation

The documentary film by Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau, Trophy explores the complex issues of animal conservation and commodification at a time when endangered...

9 000 hectares conserved in Moutonshoek

The Moutonshoek Protected Environment (MPE) is South Africa’s newest privately protected area, nestled in the mountains of the Moutonshoek Valley, near Piketberg on South...

Community-based wildlife conservation is bringing success to Tanzania

This article was originally published on The Conversation.com. Click here to read the full article. Good news about the environment is rare these days....

SA bird population in trouble

An alarming new assessment of South Africa's birds has surfaced and shows waning water birds, declining raptors, seabirds under pressure and large terrestrial birds...

Flying fraternity takes vultures into consideration

A recent notice circulated by the Civil Aviation Authority reiterated a safety concern raised by conservation groups regarding the hazards presented by aircraft flying...

Forestry sector leads the way to wetland conservation

Wetlands, dubbed ‘water factories’, are the most biologically diverse of all ecosystems. World Wetlands Day 2018 took place on 2 February. It highlighted the...

Overview of the local fishing industry

Terrence Brown, an executive member of Sea Harvest, represented Fish SA, at the CEO Forum Meeting hosted on 1 December in Pretoria. He discussed...

ZZ2 wins logistics and environment award

On 2 November 2017, at a gala event held at the Montecasino Ballroom, ZZ2 received two prestigious awards.  The Logistics Achiever Awards (LAA) is...

Visitors to Kruger National Park limited in festive season

Visitor management is a vital part of ensuring the best possible experience for all visitors to the Kruger National Park over the coming festive...

Into the wild: Captive bred lions making history

Two young captive bred lions, both just over three years old, have proved that conservation by means of captive breeding is possible. Critics have...