Two people have been killed following a "seismic related fall" at one of Harmony Gold Mining Company's mine's in Welkom, the company said on Tuesday.
Nearly 90% of the 456 612 deaths that occurred in 2016 can be attributed to natural causes, while the total shows a major decrease in the peak yearly deaths since 2006.
Five people were injured during heavy flooding across Gauteng last week, the provincial disaster management centre said on Sunday.
Washington – A new US advisory board created to help rewrite federal rules for importing the heads and hides of African elephants, lions and rhinos is stacked with trophy hunters, including some me
Cape Town - The first Cape mountain zebra capture and relocation took place in and around De Hoop Nature reserve in 2016, and since then data has assisted in supporting strategies as part of the Bi
Cape Town – The latest average dam levels for the Western Cape have dropped to 18.9%, from last week's 19.5%, the Western Cape government said on Monday as it reminded struggling farmers that there
Cairo - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has met his Egyptian counterpart in Cairo, as the two countries look to repair ties that were recently frayed over an upstream Nile dam being built by Ethio
Johannesburg – Tiger Brands announced on Monday that "low levels" of listeria had been detected at its plant in Pretoria.
Abidjan - The infant mortality rate in Ivory Coast has halved in 20 years, the planning and development minister said on Monday, pointing to better and more accessible health care.
Wellington - New Zealand has sweltered through its hottest summer on record and can expect more of the same if climate change continues unabated, the government's scientific agency said on Tuesday.
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