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WWF mourns the passing of Jabu Mabuza
WWF mourns the passing of Jabu Mabuza

It is with great sadness that WWF learnt of the sudden passing of Mr Jabu Mabuza, an admired business leader and bold entrepreneur. He was a renowned ...

18 Jun 2021
WWF welcomes presidential announcement on new licensing threshold of 100MW
WWF welcomes presidential announcement on new licensing threshold of 100MW

WWF welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that the threshold for companies to produce their own electricity without a licence has been ...

11 Jun 2021
Status update for our marine protected areas
Status update for our marine protected areas

Latest report highlights areas that South Africa’s marine protected areas should address to improve management effectiveness.

08 Jun 2021
New guide on how best to get rid of invasive alien plants
New guide on how best to get rid of invasive alien plants

WWF and its partners have published a new guide on how to manage invasive alien plants to help landowners deal with a tricky problem.

02 Jun 2021
How we can recycle more effectively in South Africa
How we can recycle more effectively in South Africa

A new WWF report look at recycling in South Africa from an industry perspective.

31 May 2021
‘Eco-wakening’ grips the globe
‘Eco-wakening’ grips the globe

Hundreds of millions of people across the globe are showing their rising concern about nature.

17 May 2021
A win for water security and biodiversity
A win for water security and biodiversity

The declaration of the Elandsberg Protected Environment in KwaZulu-Natal last week is a significant step in efforts to secure South Africa’s most ...

17 May 2021
WWF South Africa encourages South Africans to build back better
WWF South Africa encourages South Africans to build back better

​Raging wildfires, severe flooding as well as droughts and increasing levels of biodiversity loss, are just some of the crises that have become more ...

06 May 2021
Youth voice for the One Planet City Challenge
Youth voice for the One Planet City Challenge

Calling all young people who would like to shape cities for a more climate friendly future.

30 Apr 2021
WWF pays tribute to leading climate scientist Prof Bob Scholes
WWF pays tribute to leading climate scientist Prof Bob Scholes

WWF is saddened to hear of the passing of one of the world’s leading climate scientists, Professor Bob Scholes, and sends condolences to his family, ...

30 Apr 2021
Earth Hour unites millions around the world
Earth Hour unites millions around the world

Earth Hour is celebrated globally with a South African twist as actor John Kani lends his voice to a video about the link between nature loss and ...

24 Mar 2021
Greater collaboration is needed to secure sustainable seafood
Greater collaboration is needed to secure sustainable seafood

The latest WWF South Africa’s Sustainable Seafood Initiative (WWF SASSI) Retailer/Supplier Participation Scheme report has been released.

18 Mar 2021