Fancy a breakaway off the beaten track, sleeping far away from bustling rest camps? If you have an off-road vehicle, you have the perfect excuse to get those wheels moving to your next adventure – whether you want to rough it, or long for a bit more comfort.
When darkness falls, there’s no more exploring to be done on your own outside of the rest camps in South Africa’s national parks. But nightfall is the time when many animals come out to play.
This year marks a decade of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) ongoing work in Masisi, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, and today they share powerful photos depicting the harsh conditions the people face due to the continued fighting in the North Kivu region for 24 years.
Earth has supported life for 3.5 billion years, but natural disasters have triggered at least five mass extinctions in the past 500 million years, each of which wiped out between 50 and 90 percent of all species on the planet.
September is Arbor Month and Augrabies Falls National Park provides the perfect sanctuary of different trees and vegetation.
President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) have two days to convince the Supreme Court of Appeal to grant them leave to appeal a decision that corruption charges against the president be reinstated.
The Western Cape drought continues as Cape Town begins targeting people who are keeping the water usage above the recommended 600 million litres. Here is this week’s dam update.
There are countless options on offer for camping in South Africa’s national parks. But some sites offer a little something special when you’re on a lookout for an extraordinary adventure…
Your smartphone can provide a world of wonder if you press the right buttons. Here are a few tricks you might’ve never thought about.
Aside from its other-worldly views and abundant game, Camdeboo National Park is also a birders delight.
In the last 20 years 157 000 people have died as a result of floods and more than 2.3 billion people were affected by them.