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A huge thank you to everyone who was involved in our Charity Cricket tournament. Sunday was our eagerly awaited annual Ubuntu Charity Cricket Tournament with players from under 10 years of age, all the way through to the men and women senior league players, seeing a total of over 50 players across four teams. Each...
Kosi bay traditional fishing
Nestled in the north-eastern corner of South Africa, Kosi Bay is a pristine estuarine system renowned for its unique blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty. The region’s traditional fishing practices have not only provided sustenance to local communities for centuries but have also played a pivotal role in maintaining the delicate balance of the...
tawny eagle
The Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany Hotspot, located along the eastern coast of South Africa and extending into southern Mozambique and Swaziland, is a region known for its incredible biodiversity. It is one of the most biologically diverse areas on the African continent and is home to numerous unique and fascinating bird species. Ubuntu Wildlife Trust currently focuses our...
Honey badger
The honey badger (Mellivora capensis), also known as Ratel, is a remarkable creature that has long fascinated wildlife enthusiasts and researchers alike. Renowned for its tenacity, fearlessness, and astonishing abilities, this elusive mammal holds many hidden secrets. Let’s delve into the enigmatic world of the honey badger and uncover some lesser-known facts about this fascinating...
velvet worm
Velvet worms are a group of soft-bodied animals that have been around for over 500 million years. There are five recorded species of the velvet worm. They are found in different parts of the world, including South Africa. The modern-day velvet worms are regarded as “living fossils” because they almost resemble their 550-million-year-old ancestors, the...
Whimple cricket club
Ubuntu is the African philosophy that can be simplified as “I am because we are”. It means that nothing great ever achieved is done alone and it takes a community of people to be. Whimple is our community and the Whimple Cricket Club is where that community meets. When the team takes the field it...
African elephant
Hi, I’m Ricky and I’m 15 years old. I live in a game reserve in KwaZulu-Natal and I’d like to tell you more about elephants. I hope you enjoy my fun #factfriday! The different species are known as the African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana), African Forest Elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis) and Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus). Both...
termite mound in South Africa
Termites are fascinating insects that play an essential role in the ecosystem of South Africa. These small, social creatures are often known for their destructive tendencies, but they are also crucial contributors to the natural world. Below are some interesting facts about termites in South Africa: A great example of the incredible nests commonly called...
cape seahorse
The Knysna seahorse (Hippocampus capensis), also known as the estuarine seahorse or Cape seahorse, is a rare, unique and elusive fish that is found only in a few estuaries along the southern coast of South Africa, with the largest population occurring in the Knysna Lagoon. This small and delicate creature is one of three seahorse...
Ardwolf
Have you heard of the Aardwolf? This unique and fascinating mammal is native to southern and eastern Africa and is part of the hyena family. Despite its name, the Aardwolf is not a wolf at all and has some interesting traits that set it apart from other hyenas. Read on to learn some interesting facts...
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