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  • Migratory Birds in South Africa

    South Africa is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world to enjoy the country's spectacular wildlife, scenery and culture. Humans are not the only visitors ...

  • Eastern Cape to Get National Botanical Garden

    Opened to the public on July 1, 1913, the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens will be celebrating its centenary this year. A function was held in Cape Town in January 2013 to officially ...

  • Albertinia – Home of the Aloe

    Named in honour of the first Dutch Reformed Minister to serve the community – Johannes Rudolph Albertyn – Albertinia is a tranquil little town located at the foot of the majestic Langeberg ...

  • FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

    Located in Johannesburg, the FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was founded in 1997 to care for suburban indigenous wildlife in distress. FreeMe offers a service that most veterinarians ...

  • Enjoy the Therapeutic Springs of Caledon

    Set in picturesque surroundings in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, the town of Caledon is located on the N2 national road around 100 kilometers east of Cape Town, making it an ideal ...

  • Explore the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens in Gauteng

    With the spectacular Witpoortjie waterfall as a major attraction, the area in which the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens is situated has been popular with leisure-seeking visitors ...

  • Hiking and Kloofing in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve

    Named by early Dutch colonists as the 'Holland' of the indigenous Hottentots living there, the majestic Hottentots Holland Mountains separate the Overberg region of South Africa from the ...

  • Tribute to South African Cycling Champion Burry Stander

    Hundreds of cyclists gathered on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast road on Sunday 6 January to pay tribute to South African cycling champion Burry Stander who died on 3 January when he was hit ...

  • A Haven of Nature in Gauteng City Limits

    Covering an area of 275 hectares of land at Modderfontein in Gauteng, the Modderfontein reserve includes parts of the Modderfontein Spruit and a number of dams surrounded by hills and ...

  • Protecting South Africa’s Baboons

    Baboons are found in nature reserves and other undeveloped areas all around South Africa and are part of the wildlife heritage of the country. Fascinating and entertaining, they are best ...