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Forestry industry leads the way in conservation

The United Nations’ International Day of Forests took place on 21 March. Forestry South Africa’s research and protection director, Dr Ronald Heath, wrote an...

EWT gets a forever home

On 26 February 2020 the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) officially opened its new EWT Conservation Campus. For nearly a decade the EWT has been...

Shamwari to spearhead wildlife rehabilitation with new facility

In what’s being described as a major step forward for conservation in Southern Africa, Shamwari Private Game Reserve, outside Port Elizabeth, recently...

BAL Group acquires Namibian game reserve

An international entrepreneur and philanthropist is finalising a sale agreement with the owners of Erindi private game reserve in Namibia.

Poorly informed campaigns could harm conservation efforts

For many of us, wildlife has a great social value and conservation is rightly seen as a priority for our sustainable existence on this...

Action for bat conservation

SA Hunters and Game Conservation signed an agreement with AfricanBats NPC to collaborate on bat conservation in South Africa as part of SA Hunters’...

Toyota intensifies support of anti-rhino poaching initiatives

Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) has continued its support in the fight against rhino poaching by refurbishing six vehicles belonging to South African National...

No room for irresponsible hunting practices says SA Hunters

As an organisation established in 1949 by concerned hunters to safeguard RSA’s wildlife legacy after massive declines in wildlife, SA Hunters and Game Conservation...

STROOP wins big at international festival

The award-winning South African documentary film STROOP – journey into the rhino horn war finished its international premiere run with impressive wins in Europe....

Critique as China eases wildlife trade ban

A digitised version of an article that appeared in the New York Times on 6 June 1993, read that China has published a ban...