Jackals, caracals and leopards are predators that plague farmers. But removing predators from ecosystems has cascading negative effects. Soon we will be able to encourage farmers to make the ethical choice – with our wallets, writes environmental journalist Lee Middleton.
Think you’ve been around long, homo sapien? Think again. Dermochelys coriacea has been around for more than 100 million years. Scott Ramsay finds himself watching the birthing process of the leatherback turtle in absolute wonderment.
On a hot and sticky train in Kenya, our columnist Darrel Bristow-Bovey finds a man with dignity despite the dust.
All public campsites in Botswana’s national parks are run by private operators, and visitors are required to book camping accommodation separately from park entrance and conservation fees. Here’s how you do it.
In 2013 a 500-kilometre finger of land stretching from Namibia to the corner Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia was named the Zambezi Region. Formerly known as the Caprivi, this odd strip of land is home to four rivers and at the right time of year, a befuddling amount of elephant.
Panorama problems: lines don’t meet up correctly, or angles refuse to sync? Here’s how to fix these problems commonly experienced with panorama photography.
Here’s a list of 30 child-friendly restaurants in Cape Town and the Cape Winelands, where grown-ups can relax and enjoy themselves while the kids do too.
Gin is the white spirit on everyone’s lips. We reviewed two new gin bars in Cape Town – for journalism.
National Braai Day (24 September) is just around the corner and it’s time to sort out the braai menu for the big event. Here’s our pick of our favourite braai recipes, from burgers to deluxe boerewors.
Does your tube of sunblock last all summer? If the answer is yes, you’re doing it wrong. This guide will walk you though what’s right for your skin type and unravel the myths and jargon to keep you burn-free this summer.