Johannesburg - The Portfolio Committee on Water in Parliament has resolved that threats by the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) to cut off water supplies to defaulting municipalities are no

As the City of Cape Town’s water officials work tirelessly to avoid Day Zero, the Westin Cape Town, a hotel on the Cape Town International Convention Centre precinct, is 100% committed to the cause

Regattas and other marina-related events planned for this weekend could be cancelled depending on the severity of an oil spill – and progress in its clean-up – on Thursday.

Durban - The eThekwini executive committee approved a R30million emergency fund for the 2017/18 financial year to repair infrastructural damage caused by last month’s storm which battered the provi

Durban - Calls to legalise the trade in rhino horn are to come under the spotlight at this week’s 2017 Symposium of Contemporary Conservation Practice, which gets under way in Howick in the KwaZulu

Johannesburg – More than three million people are facing starvation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), says David Beasley the head of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), who is appealing for

Kimberley - The Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Land Reform has confirmed outbreaks of swine flu and botulism in the Northern Cape, where livestock has been placed at risk.

Durban - An environmental disaster is unfolding along the KwaZulu-Natal coastline, warn environmentalists, as billions of plastic pellets are being washed up on the beaches.

An increase in the number of laboratory-confirmed measles cases has been observed in Ethekwini and Umgungundlovu districts from July 2017. Photo by Drew Hays on Unsplash

At least 10 people were killed after Hurricane Irma tore through Cuba over the weekend, Cuban authorities said. Picture: Xinhua/Str

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