Gamkaskloof (aka Die Hel) promises a sensory feast of proteas, regional ports and donkey trails
Vrolijkheid lives up to its name – happiness – when bright orange botterblom daisies decorate…
This is a notification of the stakeholder engagement process and an invitation to attend a public meeting to provide inputs and comments to the draft Protected Area Management Plan for the Anysberg Nature Reserve. The objective of this management plan is to ensure that the protection, conservation and management of Anysberg Nature Reserve is consistent […]
The Western Cape Nature Conservation Board (CapeNature) is mandated to conserve the unique natural heritage resources of the Western Cape for the benefit of all. The responsibility for conserving the Western Cape’s biodiversity, however, also lies with many other state agencies within national, provincial and local spheres of government, supported by organisations in the private […]
With an alarming 50 fires recorded since April this year, it appears as if the Western Cape fire season has never stopped. Tony Marshall, CapeNature’s Programme Manager: Integrated Catchment Management says this is an unusual occurrence. “Traditionally, winter is not part of the fire season.” He adds “Yet, we’ve seen this change in pattern with […]
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