China-Africa summit can lay the foundations for a sustainable future
This week’s China-Africa summit provides a critical opportunity to promote sustainable development.
WWF applauds government decision to appeal ruling to lift ban on national rhino horn trade
WWF regrets today’s decision by South Africa’s High Court to lift the ban on the domestic trade in ...
World on brink of global climate deal
Next week, world leaders will meet in Paris where a global climate deal is expected to be agreed.
WWF Pandas recognised for their role in protecting our precious biodiversity
WWF South Africa employees working on environmental programmes in the Grasslands biome and the ...
#GreenXmas: giving gifts that honour the Earth
It’s time to ditch the wrapping paper, trinkets and unwanted items bought as token gifts and to ...
Green star quality status for WWF-SA’s new Joburg green home
WWF South Africa’s newly refurbished building in the suburban hub of Braamfontein has earned its ...
WWF to push for sustainable development at China-Africa Summit
As one of Africa’s main trading partners, China has an important role to play in ensuring that its ...
Save the date: Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC)
WWF will host a high-level conference on 1 December 2015, in anticipation of the sixth Forum on ...
Danish-WWF partnerships in the SA water sector show how we could be doing more with less
During 2-4 November, a visit to South Africa by the Royal Crown Prince of Denmark marks continued ...
Enter our Conservation Champions competition
Enter our competition to stand a chance to win a copy of our beautiful new book titled The Wine ...