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Mozambique's unmapped Mount Mabu explored

Mozambique's unmapped Mount Mabu explored

Africa is once again proving to be a gift to the natural world. Mount Mabu in Mozambique was an untouched paradise until a team of scientists explored it a few months ago. The previously unmapped forest is a conservationist's dream and have yielded rare species of birds, reptiles and insects, some of which are found nowhere else.
Conserving Southern Africa for the future

Conserving Southern Africa for the future

Southern Africa Direct is passionate about supporting the conservation of threatened species and ecosystems in Southern Africa and has teamed up with the Endangered Wildlife Trust of South Africa to promote the message.
New species discovered in Tanzania

New species discovered in Tanzania

Over a dozen previously unknown new reptile and amphibian species have been discovered in the rainforests of eastern Tanzania, a region known for its rich biodiversity.
2009 is the Year of the Gorilla

2009 is the Year of the Gorilla

Africa's critically endangered gorillas are to receive a welcome conservation boost with the announcement by the United Nations and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (Waza) that 2009 is the Year of the Gorilla.
New gap year opportunities in Africa

New gap year opportunities in Africa

UK-based company i-to-i have announced new gap year options in Africa for travelers looking to give back while they travel. Volunteers can choose to work with animal rescue centres in South Africa, work with Aids orphans in Kenya, teach children in Tanzania or get involved with wildlife conservation in Uganda.
Southern Africa delivers winning wildlife shots

Southern Africa delivers winning wildlife shots

The winners of this year's Wildlife Photographer of the year, organised by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife magazine, have been announced and once again there are many shots captured in Southern Africa among the winning photographs.
The largest safari park in the world

The largest safari park in the world

Five Southern African countries – Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe – are working together to establish what will be the biggest conservation area in the world.