Zambia’s King Lewanika Lodge is a Wild Safari Escape from the Ordinary

Nowhere in the world does glamping better than the beautiful safari lodges of Africa. Throw a stone in any safari-friendly country on the continent, and you’re likely to hit such a lodge in the middle of the savannah. Zambia’s brand new King Lewanika Lodge is no exception.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markel: The royal love affair with Africa

Botswana has played a central role in Prince Harry’s fairytale romance with the American actress Meghan Markle. It was after just two dates the already-smitten royal decided to whisk his future bride off to the country to enjoy five nights camping under the African stars.

Inside Africa’s first locally owned rhino conservation programme: ‘Sometimes they do charge.’

We’re out at the Sera Community Conservancy, ready to track the endangered black rhinos on the Saruni Rhino walking safari – Africa’s first community-owned and operated black rhino conservation project, which launched in February 2017.

Environmental monitors honoured

Camdeboo National Park’s nine Environmental Monitors, led by Sergeant James Maarman, received the CEO’s Award for Best Performing Ranger Post of the Year, after their regional win in the same category in August. Since their appointment, the team has been credited with practically eradicating any incidents of illegal activities within the Park’s borders.

The fragile balance of Namibia’s conservation policy – living with lions

Professor Keith Somerville looks at how Namibia, a country subject to periodic droughts with often little permanent water for wildlife or livestock, has gone much further than most African states to conserve its population of lions.

Typhoon Haima

Typhoon Haima will hit Hong Kong and Southern China later this morning and landfall around 14h00; Friday 21 October 2016. All city and council governments as well as schools and businesses throughout the island will closed today (Friday 21/10).  There is serious disruption to flight schedules from HKG CAN and SZX airports with over 200 cancellations […]

AWF Urges Moratorium on Sport Hunting of Elephants

At a time when African elephants are facing extraordinary threats to their survival, AWF is urging governments that currently allow sport hunting of elephants to suspend such activities, and to enact a moratorium on elephant trophy hunting.

The end of canned lion hunting looks imminent

Breaking news has also come out of the Professional Hunters Association of South Africa (PHASA) AGM.

New approach to water usage needed

The worst drought in decades in South Africa will have far-reaching impacts, but will also motivate the government, businesses and consumers to change the way they use water.

Sea Harvest committed to fishing sustainably

According to Felix Ratheb, Sea Harvest’ Chief Executive Officer, it is well documented that the ocean’s fish stocks are under severe pressure from overfishing.