South Africa

South Africa

CapeNature earns first ever ECO certification in Southern Africa

From left to right: CapeNature Tourism Manager Ramese Mathews, CapeNature Executive Director: Marketing & Eco-tourism Sheraaz Ismail, CapeNature Chief Executive Officer Dr Razeena Omar, Comet Corporation Managing Director Bruce See (representing Eco-tourism Africa).


CapeNature Staff Act Fast To Save Rare Pangolin

CapeNature Staff Act Fast To Save Rare Pangolin


This article first appeared on CapeNature's blog.


A rare Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) was recently given a new lease on life when it was translocated to the safety of a rehabilitation facility after it was seized in the Western Cape last month.


Give Green Gifts this Festive Season!

Give Green Gifts this Festive Season!



Ditch the kitch!


Compensate for the carbon footprint of your holiday travel this year. Gift green this festive season with Greenpop’s holiday tree drive!


Edge of Africa: Volunteering in South Africa

By Jo Lancaster, Edge of Africa


If you are considering joining a volunteer program in South Africa, then you are likely the kind of person who wants to make a positive contribution, be it to conservation or to a community in need. However, before deciding which project you want to join, there are a few things that you may want to consider.

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