The African continent is bursting with biodiversity, about a quarter of the world’s species of plants and animals are found on the continent
Deep reefs provide a plethora of essential services for people and the planet as they protect coasts from waves and storms
A new study conducted by Stellenbosch University has found interesting facts about the consumption of zebra meat
Climate change has an impact on food production, contributes to the displacement of people and increases the risks to health globally.
Could fossil fuel companies be forced to remove planet-heating carbon pollution from the atmosphere?
South African authorities on Wednesday urged holidaymakers to stay away from marine wildlife after a baby seal attacked bathers at a popular Cape Town beach. The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) said lifeguards at Clifton Beach treated two people for bite wounds on Tuesday following an incident involving a “seal pup”. “We are appealing to bathers and […]
Several dozen endangered African tortoises groggily poked their heads out of their shells to take a look at their ancestral homeland.
A global wildlife summit that ends Friday passed resolutions to protect hundreds of threatened species, including sharks and turtles.
South Africa is famous for its rich and diverse fossil record. Recently it offered a glimpse into an ecosystem 266 million years ago
The floods mainly struck Nigeria but also Niger, Chad and neighbouring countries, displacing over 1.4 million people.
African countries requires a new and sustainable way to dispose of it’s waste other than burning it, if we are to preserve our continent.
The link between climate change and the spread of crop pests has been established by research and evidence, so now what?
Urban development of land in the Philippi Horticultural community could potentially destroy farming on the land.
Climate change has put people at risk of injury and death, altering the prevalence and distribution of illnesses and infectious diseases.
Increasing climate risks could mean that millions of Africans could be uprooted or trapped where they are due to climate change.
High temperatures are a big problem for people living in cities, especially in slums and informal settlements. Can plants fix that?
From hundreds of kilometres above Earth, French astronaut Thomas Pesquet told AFP he felt helpless watching fires rage across the planet.
Many protected areas didn’t fare well during the pandemic in South Africa, reducing the tourism revenues on which many parks depend.
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.