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.
WWF South Africa is proud to announce its first online auction: A Lot of Nature. The online event features curated, one-of-a-kind experiences which ...
In this year of business very unusual, we have seen how quickly companies – and cities – have had to adapt. Yet the coronavirus pandemic is only one ...
Six South African chefs have earned the prestigious WWF-SASSI Trailblazer title in 2020 for their commitment to the use of sustainable seafood on ...
WWF welcomes the publication of new regulations that will require producers to take responsibility for what happens to their products post-consumer ...
New WWF Plastics Facts & Futures Report highlights the need for a systemic approach to tackle plastic pollution in South Africa.
A new report reveals a treaty will accelerate global efforts to tackle the eradication of plastic pollution.
The Danish government invests R11 million into further ensuring the sustainability of groundwater abstraction in Cape Town.
The Black Rhino Range Expansion Project celebrates the birth of more than a dozen calves this year.
The Ford Wildlife Foundation is helping WWF South Africa to access the isolated, rugged roads of the high-altitude Grassland Biome within the ...
As our country emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, it is time to reconnect with South Africa’s beautiful natural heritage in our wild spaces and ...
WWF’s Living Planet Report 2020 reveals a steep decline in monitored wildlife populations since 1970.
WWF has announced that the winner of its prestigious Living Planet Award is leading arid zone ecologist Professor Timm Hoffman.