Look out! Here comes the dung beetle
In Addo they have right of way – and they cleverly know how to roll their loot in a straight line away from competitors at the dung pile. By Romi Boom
Lions for Mountain Zebra
Three lions await release in Mountain Zebra National Park – be the first to spot them! By Romi Boom
Have you ever seen an elephant with deformities before? Dee Roelofsz had a sighting of this elephant on a visit to the Mapungubwe National Park.
Can Calitz climb Everest's height in 11 hours?
Last year, as a first-time entrant, he ran, won and set a new course record at the annual K-Way Platteklip Charity Challenge. Now, more seasoned and with numerous wins and race records notched in his belt, Andre ‘AJ’ Calitz has set himself a challenge: to better his record of 11 summits by one more. With the start at sunrise and the finish at sunset, Calitz has only 11 hours to ascend Table Mountain via Platteklip Gorge a dozen times to achieve his goal. This means an accumulative elevation gain greater than the total height of Mt Everest from sea level.
Surrounded by 200 buffaloes
The black mass was everywhere, their presence palpable. It’s an awesome experience to see and hear this Big 5 species wherever you look. By Romi Boom
Johann Hubinger recently had the opportunity to photograph Addo's biggest tusker...
Karoo Park now has nine lions
Two male lions from the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park were recently translocated and released in Karoo National Park outside Beaufort West. By Romi Boom
Overnight at the Stables
I recently had the opportunity to visit the Gamkaberg Nature Reserve in the Little Karoo. I had previously visited Gamkaberg and stayed in the Tierkloof Eco Lodges but this time was offered accommodation at The Stables, a less luxurious option, but wonderful all the same.
Little Serengeti has game aplenty
One can easily spend your whole life at Mountain Zebra National Park, writes Sakkie Schabort. Its plateau has large numbers of herbivores and in just two days there were many unexpected sightings.
New accommodation at Goukamma
Groenvlei Bush Camp, which has been closed temporarily, is soon to reopen with three brand new cottages. By Romi Boom