What seemed to be a normal game drive turned out to be one of the rarely seen moments in the wild. This is a story of a hungry leopard and a defiant porcupine.
Ostriches are truly very odd birds. Or maybe we only notice because they are so very large.
Sightings of wild dogs are very rare. So imagine how lucky we were to get to see a whole pack, including pups.
In the Sabi Sand Reserve next to the Kruger National Park, dogs are being deployed to combat rhino poachers.
Gavin Gillham, a security adviser for the United Nations from Pretoria, shares some of his wildlife photographs.
Relive your safari or visits to the African bush with a magnificent new coffee table book called In Search of the African Lion. You won’t be able to put it down ...
A film and photographic crew view a super-pod of dolphins off the coast of Cape Town.
Did you know about an obstinacy of buffalo? A sneak of weasels? A romp of otters? A shrewdness of monkeys? And my current favourite, an implausibility of wildebeest?
There is no sound in southern Africa that announces the arrival of summer more confidently than the busy, swizzling song of a southern masked-weaver.
With all the private game reserves springing up around the country, it’s possible to have free game drives in certain areas just by driving along side roads.
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