• 2017 Guest Speaker Gcina MhlopheNokugcina Elsie Mhlophe Nokugcina Elsie Mhlophe (born 1958) is a well-known South African freedom fighter, activist, actor, storyteller, poet, playwright, director and author. Storytelling is a deeply traditional, male-dominated, activity in Africa and Mhlophe is one of only a few female storytellers. She does her most important work through charismatic performances, working to preserve storytelling as a means of keeping history alive and encouraging South African ...
  • Abigail Pretorius Behaviour, thermoregulation and skin pathogen control in Chiromantis xerampelina  
  • Adrian Armstrong Lending a helping hand (or ear) to KwaZulu-Natal’s threatened frogs: provincial monitoring protocols and citizen science to implement these
  • Adrian Shrader Using spatial and social ecology for habitat and population management of white and black rhinos
  • Alan Short Reviving range monitoring using fixed-point photographs and field measurements in Marakele Park, Limpopo Province, South Africa
  • Amy Harvey Possible effects of agricultural pesticides on tadpoles  
  • Annie Van de Venter-Radford Rock art tourism and conservation: lessons from the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Mountains World Heritage Site  
  • Annie Van de Venter-Radford A tale of two parks: comparing rock art management practices in Kakadu National park, Australia and the Maloti-Drakensberg Park
  • Ansie Dippenaar-Schoeman The South African National Survey of Arachnida (SANSA) – the way forward  
  • Ashrenee Govender DNA barcoding of Hemiptera in an urban environment (eThekwini, South Africa)