Dinosaurs generate a lot of excitement and awe more than a number of prehistoric creatures. People all over the world are fascinated by them.
The leaders of two dozen African countries have urged nations to uphold their aid pledges to help tackle climate change.
In the past little research had focused on how honey bees actually perform as blueberry pollinators in South Africa.
Climate change has increased global temperatures and young African children are at risk of heat stress impacts.
South Africa is water scarce, therefore groundwater resources will be more important and should be protected more.
In Nigeria some companies offer incentives to individuals and households to make money from recyclable plastic waste.
Cenzoo the gorilla knows a bunch of tricks and he loves showing them off. Watch how he both shocks and amuses some zoo guests…
Stranding 1 000 people, closing roads and bogging down 60 cars, is all that receding floodwater did to California’s Death Valley on Saturday
Residents of Limpopo, Thabazini have been asked to keep on the lookout and steer clear of a giant python that’s been spotted in the area.
Some of the effects of climate change which were felt earlier this year include the floods which affected KwaZulu-Natal.
Honey bee sperm are devilishly difficult to study, even with powerful microscopes and various tried-and-tested techniques
Tropical deforestation and over hunting are at the root of global warming and mass species extinction and there is need for change.
The scale of the problem of microplastics only became apparent in recent years so a lot of research is still in its infancy.
One in four people on Earth face water shortages, there is need to now tap into unconventional water sources.
A 23-year-old Mpumalanga man is currently recovering in hospital after fighting off a leopard with his bare hands!
Kaleem Ullah Khan, locally known as the ’Mango Man’, shows how he grafts different varieties of mangoes on a 100-year-old tree at his farm
More than 30 young rhino orphans have been transferred to a ‘new home’ in Limpopo, to keep them safe from poachers who killed their mothers
Thanks to India and Namibia deal that will begin with a first batch of 8 African cheetahs into ‘a carefully chosen location’ in India
In an extremely rare occurrence, the Kenyan wildlife minister said twin giraffes have been born in ‘Maasai’ Nairobi’s national park