Nine adult elephants and one calf have been poisoned with cyanide around Zimbabwe’s largest wildlife area, the government’s Hwange National Park.
Cape Town - The City of Cape Town is in a mad scramble to attend to thousands of complaints received in the aftermath of the devastating storm that hit the city last week.
Durban – Almost 800 million people worldwide do not have enough to eat and 98% of these live in developing countries.
DURBAN - Toxicology experts hired by EnviroServ have said in a report that they could not rule out that exposure to the fumes hanging over the Upper Highway region posed no health risk.
Cape Town - Engineers at the African Utility Week in Cape Town unveiled a first-of-its-kind desalination wastewater plant on Thursday that, they say, could make turning seawater into drinking water
DURBAN - More than a dozen doctors, specialists and schoolteachers have come out in support of the Upper Highway Air (UHA) court bid to shut EnviroServ’s landfill site in Shong-weni.
Johannesburg – HRH The Princess Royal, Princess Anne on Thursday presented a Whitley Award, a prestigious international nature conservation prize worth £35 000 (about R612 000) in project funding,
Bujumbura – The fuel crisis in Burundi is deepening daily, with many fuel stations having not had fuel for several weeks now.
Cape Town - The water crisis the City of Cape Town has been trying to avert has hit with full force, and the municipality has sounded the alarm for consumers to limit their water use to drinking, b
Cape Town – Residents of Forest Glade, in Eerste River, have protested against the erection of a cellphone tower – which they say is a health hazard – on the grounds of the Perm Gardens Baptist Chu
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