At least nine miners died in Zimbabwe following blasts in a shaft north of the capital Harare where they were illegally digging for gold, police said on Tuesday.
The percentage of households connected to the country's main electricity supply increased to 84.7% in 2018, according to the General Household Survey released by Stats SA on Tuesday.
Activists accused Mineral Commodities and its South African subsidiary, Mineral Sands Resources, of using the court process to discourage activists from opposing the company’s plans to explore and
African Swine Fever (ASF) has broken out among pigs in Delmas, Mpumalanga, according to national Department of Health animal health director Mpho Maja.
Sibanye Gold was ordered to shut down the shaft at its Rustenburg platinum mine where 1 800 workers were trapped for as long as 10 hours on Tuesday due to an accident with an underground transport
The farming community of Sutherland in the Karoo is begging for help as they watch the lives of farmworkers, farmers and shopkeepers fall apart because of a prolonged six-year drought.
Protea Heights Academy in Cape Town will be the first school in the Western Cape to have solar power installed, with no upfront or ongoing operational costs, the Western Cape Education Department a
Mozambique's first disaster was a cyclone. The second has been cholera. Now hunger could be the third.
A 38-year-old mineworker died on Monday at Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited in Doornkop, outside Johannesburg.
She was certified dead on the scene.
Koeberg Nuclear Power Station released radioactive waste into the environment in three separate incidents in 2014 and 2015, but the quantities were "negligible" and fell under the threshold that wo
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