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’s is once again running its sought-after year-long graduate internship opportunity – the 2021 Environmental Leaders Graduate Internship ...
As we mark World Ranger Day 2020 on Friday 31st July, WWF and the Southern African Wildlife College celebrate and commend the rangers who work ...
Could changing how we train rangers impact counter-poaching by making rangers more resilient to the pressures they face? A new ranger training ...
A three-year agreement between Knorr and WWF will focus on improving food and water security in South Africa
WWF, DEFF and partners extend a helping hand to the Kogelberg fishing community.
The WWF Nedbank Green Trust’s slogan – “Igniting new ways for people and nature to thrive” – has never been more relevant or imperative than it is in ...
Small-scale fishers in the Kogelberg helped to gather and analyse data for a study of South Africa's smaller shark species.
WWF’s international science team conducted a review of scientific and government literature to find out where and how nature and zoonotic pathogen ...
The Karrasberge Protected Area in the Northern Cape safeguards unique vegetation types within the Succulent Karoo biome.
To put us all back in touch with nature, we have launched a restful playlist of the unique sounds and features of Africa’s natural heritage for ...
Some of South Africa’s best-loved celebrities and WWF are joining forces for Youth Month in a campaign that puts nature and people first.
Legal process that helped clear the path for KwaZulu-Natal reserves to access a tax break could help conservation areas across the country.