9.7.2020 04:44 am
The Magaliesberg forms part of a protected biosphere region, but continues to be ravaged by illegal loggers who harvest wood to be sold to consumers.
Illegal tree felling and wood harvesting in the Hartbeespoort Dam area continues to decimate the picturesque landscapes. But, until the socio-economic challenges are combated in the region, trees will continue to be felled “with impunity”.
The cause of the deaths was yet to be established with anthrax having been ruled out.
Several data samples for research purposes will be collected before releasing the snake back into a suitable environment.
The morning patrol is three hours long and in the afternoon, five hours.
Despite numerous attempts to have government scrap its lion bone export quota, and revealing the dismal GDP contribution of canned hunting, the industry and its illicit underground workings continue to thrive.
Making the most of an empty beach that remains closed to human bathers.
South Africa’s phased approach to enforcing the Carbon Tax Act, as well as tax-free allowances and carbon offset credits, seeks to take time to create a mindset change and become aware of better technology, to remove carbon emissions in earnest.
70 volunteers removed a total of 55 bags of polystyrene, 69 bags of plastic bottles and 327 bags of general rubbish from the river in Centurion.
As part of their plea bargain with the State, the men were sentenced to six months in prison and will forfeit R75 000 to the State and a Mercedes Benz ML 350.
Footage of a distressed baby elephant jabbed by bullhooks at a Thai camp to tame it before joining the tourist industry has been released by conservationists in an appeal to end the practice.
Convincing people that there are parasitic worms in your head is no easy feat.
Parasites play an important role in the immune systems of their hosts, which makes their presence vital.
After President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on 17 June, SANParks is readying itself to welcome guests back for overnight stays.