A weekly treasured segment where the viewers send in their amazing wildlife sightings.
They do so in the form of videos and pictures, and our VeldFokus team and presenter analyses them to share these fascinating wildlife events with viewers. The best Veld Focus entry every month gets to win an awesome prize. After adjudication the very best entry of the season will win a grand prize!

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The segment centres around ordinary people re-living their close encounters with animals. Supported by dramatizations, this segment is a first-hand account of humans interfacing with nature.Do you have evidence of a near death or spine chilling close encounter with Mother Nature in all her glory? Well, please send us your stories to

Below are a few guidelines to follow when sending us your story.

  • You must have lived through any life-threatening encounter with nature or wildlife (natural disaster, animal attack, getting stranded etc.)
  • You should be prepared to appear on camera and tell your stories.
  • Preferably have photographic and video material to illustrate the occurrence.
  • You reside in South Africa; even if the event took place elsewhere.


This season sees the return of a familiar, reputable and environmentally-scientific voice-Simon Gear. Simon has always enthralled viewers with his expansive knowledge on science and all environmental matters.



Every week we escape into nature through our  Wonderwêreld insert. This segment keeps conservation top of mind, and celebrates the beauty of all creatures-big and small. Every week we feature a new animal/insect.



In ’n Neutedop provides a platform for us to share topical environmental news. It covers conservation news and gives an informative round-up of the happenings within the conservation space.



A new addition, Allawêreld in this segment we profile individuals and events Inspired by Nature. We feature individuals making a difference in the conservation arena on all levels; people working in the bush, vets, people who service our parks, -general wildlife heroes.


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