It must be a lonely existence for the cat dubbed El Jefe, the only known jaguar in the whole of the United States. What a beaut though.
It was a tragic weekend in Tanzania’s Maswa Game Reserve, a pilot gunned down poachers whilst on patrol.
Water is the source of life and without it we’re going to find ourselves in a sticky situation. Here’s what happens to your body when you don’t consume the life-giving liquid.
It was a case of social media saving the day after a lion was rescued from certain death thanks to pictures circulating on Facebook.
What are we going to do? South Africans are needing some stern advice in the wake of Zuma’s poor choices.
Prince Harry has been grabbing local headlines as he makes his way round southern Africa, his visit to the Kruger the scene of a touching moment.
As the world leaders meet in France to talk climate change, China’s citizens are in a sea of smog that they can barely breathe in.
I think we all remember the name Walter Palmer, although it’s been rather quiet on that front of late. Enter this Twitter account.
Emotions ran high in Pretoria yesterday, the High Court handing down a ruling that has enraged many South Africans.
The northern white rhino is pretty much on the further brink of existence, but there is hope, and sometimes, hope is all we’ve got.
BMW is a game changer when it comes to sustainability – and a new factory just north of Pretoria uses what’s left over from nearby farms to generate power.
Odense Zoo regularly dissects the animals it is required to put down as a way of educating the audience on over-breeding, but has come under attack as it is seen as inhumane.
There are certain topics that will always get people riled up, hunting definitely being one of those. So what does our resident Masterchef judge think about it all?
During the month of October, the City of Johannesburg has decided to encourage the use of public transport in an effort to relieve traffic congestion. Here’s all the information.
Lion conservation reserves across South Africa are being questioned on their ethics – are they breeding lions just for hunting purposes?
South Africa’s government is slowly turning to our endangered wildlife to make money – and unless you object, will change the laws to do so.
You may think that we have explored every last corner of this earth, but here in southern Africa the jewel of the Okavango remains mysterious. Until now, that is.
Anti-poaching rangers are going to extreme lengths to get their message across, but the law still protects the people.
Shark Week aired on Discovery last week in an attempt to educate the masses about shark’s importance, anatomy and how they live.
Have you ever thought that all your costume was missing was a severed lion’s head? Well looky here, we have just the solution for you sonny boy.
Wow but people were angry about Cecil. They still are, of course, it’s just that talking about it now usually has people doing the eye roll. Our JZ isn’t all that fussed by the uproar.
Prince Harry mans up and joins forces with Operation Corona in the Kruger to combat the endless stream of rhino poachers.
Many of us may find the practice of killing for sport revolting, but we should perhaps better understand the conservation benefits that stem from this money spinner.
As outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion continues to rage like wildfire talk show host Jimmy Kimmel got in on the action. It seems he has taken it all rather personally.
This is one of those stories that is bound to get you wound up but hey, that’s not a bad thing. This South African woman decided to take a stand and might pay the price.
That karma can be a real bitch I tell you, something that Walter Palmer is finding out the hard way. You really shouldn’t go around hunting lions illegally my man.
As those responsible for the slaughter of our rhinos become more crafty conservationists must also flex their grey matter and think outside the box. This new system could be a game-changer.