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.
Countries around the world will host virtual Earth Hour commemorations to ensure public safety and show solidarity for those affected by Covid-19.
WWF staff will be working remotely to limit the spread of Covid-19 but we continue to be operational during this difficult time.
WWF works for the good of both people and nature – which is why we have put together this science-based information pack on Covid-19 for you to read ...
WWF South Africa’s Graduate Internship Programme bade farewell to environmental interns at a special valedictory event in Cape Town.
Sign our Earth Hour petition to keep our lights on in a way that is good for both people and the planet.
Add your voice to the global drive for positive environmental change with an outdoor adventure to be held at the Kirstenbosch and Walter Sisulu ...
The new Biofuels Regulatory Framework which was gazetted on 7 February 2020 leaves this nascent sector with a lot of uncertainty and much room for ...
WWF welcomes the reported decline in the number of rhinos lost to poaching in South Africa in 2019.
Collaborative platform will tackle plastic waste and pollution
WWF welcomes the formal launch of the National Water and Sanitation Master Plan by Human Settlements, Sanitation and Water Minister Lindiwe Sisulu in ...
We asked South Africans to tell us how climate change is affecting their lives and they paint a worrying picture.
WWF's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project has completed its 13th move of rhinos, this time to Malawi.