“Our primary mandate is to protect these animals (leopards) so that we don’t open them up to a situation where they will be hunted and where they will perish,” said Mr P Mapulane, Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs.
A crisis is unfolding in India, as the number of people killed by the dengue outbreak in that country has now risen to 21.
Asian demand for tiger wine and other products is creating a crisis for big cats across the world, according to a study just released by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).
Photos of a lion nursing a leopard cub in the wild have taken the world by storm.
Rhino poaching might be on the decrease; elephant poaching is on the rise. But without up to date poaching figures from the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) how do we know? That is why a South African NGO has been forced to waste valuable resources collating information that should be readily available in order to separate fact from fiction.
Two people were burnt beyond recognition, after their shack caught fire at Eikenhof, South of Johannesburg this weekend.
South Africa’s favourite DJ, the legendary Black Coffee is working on something spectacular. He is in attempts of bringing his arm back to life – after a very long 27 years of paralysis.
Images of a deformed lamb resembling a human – which have caused a stir on social media – have been proved to be true and not a hoax.
Mozambique has entered a new era, following the completion of the country’s new solar-powered water supply networks this month.
How did a 27-year-old ANC Youth League official and an army sports instructor – both with limited work skills and experience – end up as nature conservation directors of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife?