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The king returns to Cradock

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For the first time in more than a century, the lion’s roar can be heard through the tranquil wilderness of the Mountain Zebra National Park near...

Lion Whisperer talks about terrifying Lion Opens Car Door Video (Watch...

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As the 'Lion Opens Car Door' video spreads rapidly around the world - attracting a massive 1.4-million views in less than 48 hours -...

South African Director unearthed as South Africa’s own ‘Erin Brokovich’

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Her name is Jolynn Minnaar...and she has a story to tell. Her story is about fracking, and it's not a story that she set...
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Dr Ian Player passes away, leaving a legacy for us to...

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It is with sad regret that we have received reports on the death of South African (and international) conservation legend Dr Ian Player. Dr Player...
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Poisoning horns to save rhinos

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The latest attempt to counter the thriving crime of rhino poaching comes in the form of a poisonous substance with which a game reserve...
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South African Science Scholars Shine in the Sasol Solar Challenge

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Renewable energy spells big things for South Africa’ economic future, if sustainable and affordable solutions are found. Working towards making solar power a feasible...
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South African scientists track the sun’s storms

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Every year thousands of tourists flock to the Arctic to view the psychedelic swirling skies of the aurora borealis, or northern lights. But few...
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Extreme adventurers do SA proud

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With a populace diverse enough to be called the Rainbow Nation, it’s no surprise that ‘Proudly South African’ means different things to different folk....
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Good News for Rhino as Vietnamese Delegation Visits the Kruger

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A group of Vietnamese celebrities has flown in to South Africa to spend three days at the Kruger National Park (KNP) in an attempt to tackle...

Rhinos in Boucher’s safe hands

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Following a severe eye injury which forced his early retirement, former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has gloved up for rhinos – the cricket star...

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