The African elephant is on the brink of disappearing- the latest wildlife census information puts the number of African elephants living in the wild at around 400,000. For many this fact seems far removed from their daily lives, but for those living in Africa, the reality is unimaginable.


The African elephant is under enormous threat due to ivory poaching and one elephant is lost every fifteen minutes of every day. 


Although most people think of Eggnog around the winter holidays and Christmas, why should Santa have all the fun? 


Amarula has come up with a nifty way to celebrate WWF’s global eco-friendly campaign, Earth Hour. Its special lantern has been designed to hold a single candle, so you too can switch out the lights at 20:30, local time on Saturday, March 31, for just 60 minutes.


With the lack of access to quality education cited by the African Development Bank and the Global Competitiveness Report as one of South Africa’s biggest stumbling blocks in accelerating economic development,


Amarula, an international gold medallist at the recent 2011 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in which brands from all over the world compete, is now the fastest-growing product in its category worldwide, according to Euromonitor.


The winner of Amarula’s Retro & Renew bloggers’ competition to find a new-generation version of a classic original cocktail, is Lover’s Revenge, a drink inspired by the White Russian.


Preschoolers from a marginalised rural community in Limpopo Province are to be given a major educational boost, thanks to the donation of over R500 000 from the Amarula Trust.


What better way to honour your mother this Mother’s Day than with a bottle of Amarula?


As it crests at an all-time high in terms of global sales, Amarula is set to be refreshed with a nuanced new look that highlights the brand’s sophisticated but exotic positioning.