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New directions in mosquito control

Biological control using native predators can be an effective, environmentally-friendly approach to manage mosquito populations.

Fishes of the Okavango Delta and Chobe River, Botswana


Join Mike Bruton and Paul Skelton for the launch of their new book: 19th July 2018

SA Science Lens


Photographic exhibition at the National Arts Festival 28 June - 8 July 2018. Free.

Seminar: Prof Paul Cowley: 21 June 2018


Insights into the coastal movements and mortality of selected sharks and rays equipped with acoustic transmitters

SAIAB collaborates in new coelacanth search


SAIAB is playing a leading role in new coelacanth search. Find out what Dr Angus Paterson, managing director of SAIAB had to say.

Expedition to find coelacanths in Sodwana Bay


A team of marine scientists and film-crew have begun a trip in search for the coelacanth, South Africa’s “dinosaur fish”.

Seminar: Prof Paul Skelton 23rd May 2018


Sir Andrew Smith, the father of South African Zoology: his contributions to freshwater Ichthyology in South Africa

SAIAB – On a Journey to Transformation


SAIAB showing its commitment to the transformation agenda.

Celebrating World Fish Migration Day


Prof Olaf Weyl at the Addo Elephant Park

DST Minister and DG visit Water World at SAIAB during Scifest Africa 2018


Minister of the Department of Science and Technology, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, and the Deputy General, Dr Phil Mjwara visit Water World