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- Democratic Republic of the Congo
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Find WWF South Africa's media releases and newsworthy articles here.
The SA Plastics Pact has published the first list of problematic and unnecessary plastics for phasing out by the end of 2022.
Work is underway to establish a high-altitude national park in the mountains of the Eastern Cape.
A new WWF report highlights the difficulties small-scale fishers experienced under the lockdowns of 2020 – and how these continue to impact these ...
The Climate Ambition to Accountability Project (CAAP), co-funded by the European Union, aims to empower youth to engage in climate policy.
An acclaimed South African scientist who passed away this year and an organisation dedicated to giving a voice to informal reclaimers (otherwise ...
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WWF South Africa, along with our partners at Six Capitals Advisory, is excited to announce the release of a special edition publication themed around ...
As we mark World Ranger Day 2021 on Saturday 31 July, WWF South Africa celebrates the many rangers who are working hard to conserve our protected area
It is with great sadness that WWF learnt of the sudden passing of Mr Jabu Mabuza, an admired business leader and bold entrepreneur. He was a renowned ...
WWF welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that the threshold for companies to produce their own electricity without a licence has been ...
Latest report highlights areas that South Africa’s marine protected areas should address to improve management effectiveness.
WWF and its partners have published a new guide on how to manage invasive alien plants to help landowners deal with a tricky problem.