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Sustainability and Science Collide: Atmospheric Water Generation at Rocherpan


by CapeNature
With the ongoing drought in the Western Cape, CapeNature has been conducting research into alternative methods of providing water to…

Siyaya – Wildest Cape


by CapeNature
CapeNature is proud to partner with the Siyaya team on SABC2 to bring viewers nine episodes of Siyaya – Wildest…

CapeNature supports Marine Month


by CapeNature
CapeNature currently manages six Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) on behalf of the Department of Environmental Affairs: Oceans and Coast, namely…

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Hermanus Whale Festival 2018


by CapeNature
Whale watchers descended on Hermanus this past weekend from all parts of the country for the town’s whale festival which…

Don’t Be Trashy!


by CapeNature
Nature offers so much and it is the responsibility of us all to conserve the unique natural heritage resources of…

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Access Week 2018 – My Nature, My Heritage


by CapeNature
CapeNature is delighted to announce that access to all CapeNature reserves will be free from 17 – 24 September 2018…

Celebrating Women in Conservation: Nosicelo Luhabe


by CapeNature
“I want to thank CapeNature for giving us this opportunity, it means a lot to us and it really opens…

How freshwater fish are affected by drought conditions


by CapeNature
We’ve all seen the pictures showing the effects of drought – parched landscape, with sun-baked, cracked topsoil but what about…

Celebrating Women in Conservation – Lucille Ross


by CapeNature
August is Women’s Month, and we’re celebrating remarkable women in conservation.  Today the spotlight is on Lucille Ross, Assistant Biodiversity Compliance…

2018 Merrell Whale of Trail: record-breaking times, record-breaking numbers of…


by CapeNature
CapeNature is proud to a partner and sponsor for the 2018 Merrell Whale of Trail event, which is held at…
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