News & Updates
Last month we left Durban in the early hours of the morning to document one of the largest Rhino dehorning operations in KwaZulu-Natal. We arrived at Spioenkop Nature Reserve just as the mist was rising off Spioenkop Dam, a perfect start before joining Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and Wildlife ACT, in dehorning the entire population of white rhino on the Reserve.
The South African Government agrees to bring an end to the captive lion breeding industry On Sunday, 3 May at a stakeholder’s feedback meeting in Pretoria, Minister Creecy of the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE) took crucial
The iconic Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, with support from Wildlife ACT, has released a new pack of Endangered African Painted Dogs into their new home. This is an important milestone in the conservation of this species as they are the most endangered
In an exciting development for Zambian Tourism, a local NGO has launched a national awareness campaign to boost Livingstone as a destination within the domestic market of the country. Destination Livingstone (DL), has been established to increase the long-term social
This series of photos of critically endangered African White-Backed vultures were taken by team member Casey Pratt in the Hluhluwe iMfolozi game reserve last year. The Love Africa team was there documenting the amazing conservation work being done by Wildlife ACT
Monitoring endangered species – with approximately 550 African Painted Dogs left in South Africa, every individual counts.
PRESS RELEASE: 17 December 2020 Author: Janelle Barnard, Love Africa Marketing. 3 African Painted Dogs were successfully collared to assist in their monitoring and effective conservation An afternoon of darting and collaring African Painted Dogs on Somkhanda Community Game Reserve