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 16 June 2019, young WWF staffers are making an appeal to our newly elected leaders to elevate the green agenda for the benefit of people and ...
One of the key questions on World Oceans Day on 8 June is what happens to coastal communities who are heavily reliant on the ocean for their ...
South Africa's new Carbon Tax Act was signed into law in May 2019. Here's why it is an important first step in curbing carbon emissions.
WWF welcomes the signing of the Carbon Tax Act 2019 into law.
What we eat and how food arrives on our tables is one of the biggest drivers of biodiversity loss.
WWF South Africa’s Environmental Leaders Graduate Internship Programme has taken in its seventh cohort of 50 graduates.
Cyclone Idai, possibly the worst ever weather disaster to hit the southern hemisphere, has laid bare governments’ lack of preparedness. Given ...
WWF South Africa and some of the biggest names in urban culture collaborate on a new soundtrack from Instro featuring Reason HD.
Consumers should scrutinise seafood menus closely to ensure that they are not being served fish that are red-listed by the WWF-Southern African ...
We invite you to be part of the solution. Join our Twitter chat at 12pm on 28 March and become a Water Hero.
Government alone cannot address the challenges of South Africa’s current water crisis. We need Water Source Partnerships to do this.
WWF South Africa board member Dr Jackie King has been named the 2019 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for her game-changing contribution to global ...