Scientists were stepping up their surveillance of SA’s malaria-control programme as the country confronts a surge in cases, the National Institute of Communicable Diseases disclosed on Tuesday.
More than 6‚000 lion skeletons have been exported from SA to Southeast Asia in the last decade.
SA’s leading AIDS researchers‚ professors Salim and Quarraisha Abdool Karim‚ have scooped the esteemed Institute for Human Virology (IHV) Lifetime Achievement Award for exceptional public service f
Oslo — Twelve major cities including London, Paris, Los Angeles and Cape Town promised on Monday to buy only zero-emission buses from 2025 and to make major areas free of fossil fuel emissions by 2
Whether in leafy suburbs or overcrowded shacklands‚ urban children in SA still have a huge advantage over their rural counterparts.
MTN and IBM are introducing collars for prey animals, which help combat rhino poaching — a test case for new wireless technologies.
SA has one of the world’s greatest misalignments between development and health progress, according to The Lancet’s latest Global Burden of Disease study, published on Friday.
Drought-hit deciduous fruit farmers in the Western Cape, which produces more than 50% of SA’s agricultural exports, are expecting a further decrease in production, exports and foreign earnings and
Drought and the predicted long-term drier trend in the Western Cape could have a serious effect on the growing of deciduous fruit crops, says deciduous fruit industry body Hortgro.
The average water level of dams across the Western Cape is 35.2%‚ a significant drop from the levels measured in 2016.
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