Cats are helluva frustrating pets as it can be completely impossible to understand their wants, needs, and desires. But these kids have it down – or so they think.
The Kruger National Park just isn’t that exciting for the newly wealthy so they have decided to add a few bars.
One of three siblings, a cheetah was knocked over in the Kruger Park yesterday and officials are angry.
If you think you’ve seen an uptake in the number of wasp nests around the city you’d be right, and it’s a pesky European visitor causing all the hassle.
Seagulls are basically the flying rats of the sea, and this tuna wasn’t all that keen on the taste of his feathery snack.
A man put his dog in his Tesla and, well, it reversed out of the garage and even stopped when he got in its way.
A leisurely outing turned ugly in Plett this morning, a shark chomping a bite out of a surf-ski and causing the NSRI to issue a warning.
Prepare for a beast of a day in the Mother City, some weather sites predicting gusts of winds close to 100 km/h during the day.
Some surfers in California had their session cut short by a cheeky great white shark, although from a distance it all looked rather spectacular.
Houston just requested to be declared a disaster region, so much rain falling on the metro area that some are calling it ‘biblical’.
We always love seeing a Saffa doing well overseas, and local lad Richard Hardiman is now making waves with his latest invention.
Johnny and his wife, Amber Heard, recorded a court-issued apology for breaching Australia’s biosecurity laws and it’s a bit of a piss take.
The Galapagos Islands are home to many an odd beast, although it is the Marine Iguana that has captured international attention.
I’ll admit that I’ve eaten crocodile before (predictably it tastes like chicken), but this ‘gator has gone cannibal and munched on a youngster.
Pizza and marijuana are pretty much lovers, so when a delivery service decides to marry the two the result is proving popular.
It was another busy night for Cape Town’s firefighters, a blaze that started on Signal Hill yesterday requiring a sustained effort on their part.
Those in the know will tell you that octopuses are highly intelligent creatures, although Inky really managed to pull one over on his captors.
You may have heard of Bayworld, one of PE’s premier tourist attractions, but have you seen the state of disrepair that it finds itself in today?
There’s a sphere with heavy iron content located in a forest in Bosnia, and while an archaeologist thinks it’s handmade others are less certain.
There are few things better than standing at the top of a snowy slope, putting on your beats and taking on the mountain. How about a bear in the mix?
Pupils at a school in England have seen their science project grab international headlines, their school mascot now nowhere to be found.
I’m no smooth criminal, but one of the first rules of avoiding arrest is generally to not film yourself in the act. Something should tell this genius that.
An Indonesian popstar died on stage after being bitten by a king cobra and refusing the antidote. Darwin Awards, anyone?
In many parts of the modern world certain stereotypes about Africa abound, so here’s our list of the top reasons why you would never visit.
A couple of hunters over in Florida have taken down a beast of an alligator, one so big they had to haul it out the water with a tractor.
Now that the States have legalised marijuana, they have to figure out how to tell if you’re driving stoned.
Kruger Park has been the coliseum for many an animal battle over the years, although it isn’t often one of these is captured on film.
Plans are afoot to build a green village here in the Cape, the first of its kind anywhere in the country. They’ll throw in a helipad for good measure too.
Back in the day unicorns were real – but they were nothing like the pretty pictures we allow our children to dream about.