Undergraduate medical students in Cape Town are at high risk of occupationally acquired TB, with an unmet need for comprehensive occupational health services and support.
Residents at Valkenskraal near De Rust are urged not to use the Grootrivier water both for human consumption and livestock following diesel spillage into the river on Tuesday.
WWF South Africa’s new Food Loss and Waste: Facts and Futures report sketches a staggering state of food loss and waste in the country.
A German think tank believes lack of political will could be among the reasons South Africa has not embraced renewable energy to solve its energy crisis despite its potential.
Hepatitis B is endemic in South Africa, but up until now, little has been known about the local prevalence of hepatitis C, especially in high-risk populations such as men who have sex with men, sex
The beefing up of security in other parks, coupled with the conservation area’s small size, may explain the onslaught of rhino poaching in KwaZulu-Natal.
In Thailand's northern province of Pichit, 330 kilometres away from Bangkok, 11 people were infected with the Zika virus last week.
Pretoria - The Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) have released a joint report tackling the effects that climate change will have on South
A draft set of regulations – opened for public comment in February – aims to facilitate the domestic trade in rhino horn.
Cape Town has implemented stricter water restrictions in a bid to reduce water usage.
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