The adverse effect of human activity on South African wildlife

Since the abolishment of apartheid in 1994 South Africa has seen a steady and fruitful development in several fields and industries. While the quality of life has increased so has the human activity in natural habitats. The enhancement of populated areas forced many areas inhabited by wildlife to shrink, and some species of animals and plants to become endangered.


Fortunately, the Department of Environmental Affairs is implementing several projects and programs to reestablish a safe and balanced environment. Their long-term goal is to bring all the species back into the non-endangered zone and to sustain a thriving habitat for them.

Why human activity is damaging the South African environment

In their quest to achieve a secure existence people have always used nature’s resources in their endeavors. Some of the natural wealth has been depleted, and many benefits that we used to get from an unaltered environment have been lost forever. Excessive hunting, deforestation, and mining have led to the disappearance of several species of animals and plants.

Traditional medicine also suffered from this unhealthy practice. Some age-old diseases like toenail fungus are almost impossible to treat nowadays because the herbs used as cures are seldom found in nature. The good news is that government programs such as the ones in South Africa aim to protect these endangered plants and sustain alternative remedies for the future.

How to treat a fungal infection without adverse effects

Protecting the growth of highly-curative herbs also supports the production of ZetaClear treatment – the most powerful natural remedy for toenail fungus. This product is composed of vitamins and organic compounds obtained from natural sources only. Daily applications remove fungal infections without adverse effects and offer permanent protection for the nails and feet against future fungi attacks.