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  • South Africa’s Historic Pioneers

    The Voortrekkers are an integral part of South Africa's history, commemorated in museums and monuments around the country. Literally meaning 'forward-pullers', Voortrekkers were pioneers who ...

  • E-is-for-Elephants: Jamming Art for Elephants

    A "paintertainment" event hosted by Artjamming and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) took place at the Cavendish Square in Cape Town on Thursday the 12th of July. Celebrities ...

  • Cycads – South Africa’s Green Treasure

    With fossil evidence dating back to before the time when dinosaurs roamed the earth, cycads are considered to be the oldest living seed plants on the planet. While at that time, referred to ...

  • Education and Entertainment at Bester Zoo Park

    Located in the picturesque, jacaranda-clad suburb of Willow Glen, Pretoria, Bester Birds & Animals Zoo Park is an attraction that the entire family is sure to enjoy. The petting zoo gives ...

  • Whitewater Rafting in South Africa

    With its majestic mountains, rushing rivers, varied geography and agreeable climate, sunny South Africa has plenty to offer outdoor adventure seekers. Whitewater rafting is an increasingly ...

  • Conservation of the Karoo’s Riverine Rabbit

    Endemic to the riverine scrub of the central Karoo, the riverine rabbit has a number of interesting names by which it is known locally – boshaas, vleihaas, doekvoetjie and pondhaas. The ...

  • Visit the Spectacular Swartland Wine Route

    Incorporating the beautiful regions of Paardeberg, Riebeek Valley, Malmesbury and Berg River, the Swartland Wine and Olive Route was established in 1986 to promote this tranquil paradise to ...

  • Discover the West Coast National Park

    Surrounding the spectacular Langebaan Lagoon on the West Coast of South Africa, the West Coast National Park is home to a multitude of seabirds, and a variety of mammals, including eland, ...

  • Author and Activist Alan Paton

    "There is only one way in which one can endure man's inhumanity to man and that is to try, in one's own life, to exemplify man's humanity to man." These words by Alan Stewart Paton ...

  • Explore the Ancient African Ivory Route

    Named for the majestic animals that have occupied the area for thousands of years, the African Ivory Route stretches over fifty-four nature reserves, crossing mountains and wide open plains, ...