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Play Your Part episode 11: Get involved

You can get involved with Dex Kotze, Carol Bouwer and Tony Gum, the guests on Play Your Part episode 11, here: Brand South Africa reporter Dex...

Bungee jumping in South Africa

Weehah! South Africa has the third highest commercial bungee jump in the world - it's official. The 216-metre Bloukrans on the border of the Eastern and Western Cape is not for the faint of heart.

Domestic flights in South Africa

South Africa has a number of airlines flying between its major cities, and some of its smaller ones, with fares ranging from first-class to cut-price economy. Flights can be booked online from anywhere in the world.

South Africa’s wildlife wonders

There's more to South African wildlife than the celebrated "Big Five". From big to small, meat eater to ant eater, primate to reptile ... our animals (and birds) are wild, varied and abundant.

South Africa’s Black Mambas inspire Hollywood film

CD Anderson The all-women Black Mamba anti-poaching unit is renowned around the world for their committed efforts to protect South African wildlife, in particular the...

Google Maps launches the Mzansi Experience

Across the globe, people can now explore the beauty of South Africa virtually through Google Maps. From the views from atop Table Mountain to animals grazing in the Kruger National Park, South Africa's natural wonders are on display for all the world to appreciate.

South African rhino film wins award in New York

A South African documentary looks at the social issues driving rhino poaching. Horn examines the conditions in the disadvantaged communities around game reserves. It won Best Conservation Film in New York City for its efforts to unpack the topic.
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Rhino poaching: behind the scenes with South African rangers

South Africa's Kruger National Park gave a news team insight into its work to prevent rhino poaching. In this behind-the-scenes exclusive, the rangers also show new methods they use to save these endangered species, including helicopter tracking and dog units.

Maasai cricket team want to knock rhino poaching for a six

A group of Maasai warriors, upholding centuries of Kenyan indigenous culture, have swapped their ceremonial spears and shields for cricket bats - but not the traditional dress - to travel around Africa and the world in an effort to highlight the challenges faced by the African people today.

World falls in love with South African baby elephant

A video of a baby elephant playing with low-flying swallows in South Africa's Kruger National Park has become a huge hit on YouTube. Uploaded in late July, it has received over 7 million views to date and has been popular across the world. The ad revenue is also being put to good use.