The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Find WWF South Africa's media releases and newsworthy articles here.
On World Wetlands Day (2 February 2023), we celebrate the incorporation of a significant wetland into the Agulhas National Park at the southern tip ...
The Rawlins family, who live in the Cedarville flats area near Matatiele in the Eastern Cape grasslands, have a reason to celebrate with the recent ...
2022 has been a formative year for the betterment of both the well-being and livelihoods of hundreds of Cape Town’s reclaimers towards being ...
As the United Nations biodiversity conference (known as COP15) convenes in Montreal this month, we will be watching closely.
WWF is urging world leaders to secure an ambitious global agreement to save our life support systems at the COP15 UN biodiversity conference in ...
The Responsible Fisheries Alliance (RFA) is a group of like-minded organisations working together to underpin healthy marine ecosystems in southern ...
WWF argues that climate ambition has not advanced since COP26. The world cannot afford to have another COP like this one, that fails to increase ...
A rural land restitution community in KwaZulu-Natal, a visionary neurosurgeon-turned-farmer and a climate business leader are the winners of this ...
Over the past year, WWF has been engaging with reclaimers who have valuable lessons to share.
A biological survey of a part of the Eastern Cape Drakensberg that has been earmarked for the establishment of a new grasslands national park has ...
For the first time since its inception, this year's Living Planet Conference will offer a complete business-facing agenda.
The Enkangala Drakensberg Water Source Area biodiversity stewardship project was officially launched at Donkerhoek in southern Mpumalanga.