• The discovery of a fifth population of the Hewitt’s Ghost Frog in South Africa has seen their IUCN Red List of Threatened Species status drop from Critically Endangered to Endangered. But they are far from out of the woods…

  • An exciting project to assist small-scale growers in Sokhulu area of Zululand to rejuvenate their forestry businesses by re-establishing their plantations with better-adapted, pest-resistant trees has been launched.

  • In order to safeguard the benefits that forests bring, the global development community has set ambitious forest restoration goals…

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Saving the Ghost Frog

14 March, 2018

The discovery of a fifth population of the Hewitt’s…

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Minimum wages on the rise

19 February, 2018

Minimum wages for Farm and Forestry workers is set…

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Expoforest to showcase Brazilian forestry

30 January, 2018

The fourth edition of Brazil’s premier forest fair, Expoforest,…

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MTO Trails set to host AfricanX Training Run

29 January, 2018

The AfricanX Training Run #3 will take place at…

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WoodEX for Africa 2018

22 January, 2018

The fifth edition of WoodEX for Africa will take…

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