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Razeena Omar - CapeNature CEO

CapeNature Welcomes Dr Razeena Omar As CEO


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The Western Cape Nature Conservation Board is proud to introduce and welcome Dr Razeena Omar as CapeNature’s new Chief Executive…

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Gamkaberg receives top African honour


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Characterised by its biodiversity levels on par with the highest in the world, Gamkaberg Nature Reserve has been honoured by…

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Green Jobs Build Brighter Futures


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CapeNature’s People and Conservation Programme is making a visible mark on the national job creation drive through its vibrant FTE…

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Do you know the journey of water?


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When opening taps for free flowing water in our homes, it’s so easy to forget that long before that water…

Meet the birds of Rocherpan


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Rocherpan may have some beautiful cottages to show off in the reserve, but recently it’s the feathered creatures in the…

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Cape Nature Nelson Mandela Day

CapeNature honours Mandela Day with Carehaven donation


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CapeNature joined in the celebration of Mandela Day as staff dedicated 67 minutes of their time and donated over R2000…

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Rare Riverine Rabbit recorded


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New records for the critically endangered Riverine Rabbit, are now available after a recent successful survey on Njalo Njalo Safari…

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Western Cape learners celebrate Environment Week at biodiversity conference

Western Cape learners celebrate Environment Week at biodiversity conference


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As part of South Africa’s Environment Week celebrations, up to 350 learners from various schools across the Western Cape were…

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Discovered: new animal species


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The age of discovery is alive and well. Thanks to research facilitated by CapeNature 10 new animal species have been…

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Conserving Cape Mountain zebra


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Used to living on rocky terrain, the Cape mountain zebra is a hardy character. It's also endangered – but conservation…

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