It is not normal for a society to be this unequal, hence we cannot adopt a standard or even classical approach to the challenges that we encounter, writes Ralph Mathekga.
Two tiger siblings have been rescued from a facility in Germany and brought to the safety of a South African sanctuary.
The WWF's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project in South Africa recently translocated its 200th black rhino to a 14 000-hectare reserve in the Eastern Cape.
South Africa faces an impending food security crisis if there isn't urgent action to correct unsustainable practices, says environmental organisation World Wide Fund for Nature.
The pollution of our oceans has again raised concern after 6kg of plastic was found in the stomach of a dead whale.
China says it is suspending rule changes allowing the trading in tiger and rhinoceros parts, following an outcry from environmental groups.
"Runaway consumption" has decimated global wildlife, triggered a mass extinction and exhausted Earth's capacity to accommodate humanity's expanding appetites, the global conservation group WWF warned.
The World Wildlife Fund has installed a life-sized hologram of an elephant on the streets of London to mark the Illegal Wildlife Trade conference between October 10 - October 11.
Ahead of the Jobs Summit in Midrand this week, Louise Naudé of WWF South Africa says a just transition to a low-carbon economy must be factored into the equation.
The NSPCA says it objects to the lack of proper consideration behind the DEA's decision to increase the quota from 800 to 1 500 while a judicial review is underway.
Having beaten extinction once, the Cape mountain zebra is now facing a new battle for survival. And the key may lie with an isolated population in the remote Gamkaberg mountains.
South African businesses and municipalities have signed up for a new global initiative – the Alliance for Climate Action - to push for accelerated climate action.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will announce a programme designed to place environmental care at the centre of South African culture.
The Finance Minister recently tabled the Carbon Tax Bill in Parliament. Louise Naudé of WWF unpacks the state of play.
There are still strategic concerns around the proposed IRP 2018, write Prabhat Upadhyaya & Louise Scholtz of WWF South Africa.
The World Wildlife Fund and partners have tracked population changes in Earth's animal species for decades. News from the latest "Living Planet" report is more grim than ever.
Holidaymakers hoping to splash out on a plate of West Coast rock lobster may have to choose something else to go with their sundowners as round two of a court battle over how much of the species may be caught looms.
A lot of our disposable items are plastic – and these are often thrown away almost immediately after use, ultimately ending up in the ocean.
The World Wide Fund for Nature is celebrating after the SA government lost a court application challenging the total allowable catch set for West Coast rock lobster for the 2017/18 fishing season.
The Mediterranean could become a "sea of plastic", the WWF warns in a report calling for measures to clean up one of the world's worst affected bodies of water.
South Africa is falling behind on renewable energy project implementation even as other nations accelerate their plans for green energy.
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