Brazilian President Michel Temer opened an international conference on world water supplies in Brasilia on Monday, saying there is "no time to lose" to avoid disaster.

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

Only about half the R1.8-billion raised by the plastic supermarket bag levy since it was introduced 14 years ago has been officially allocated to recycling.

People in Cape Town may be forced to turn off their taps in July - because of an unprecedented drought in South Africa.

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

Johannesburg – Tiger Brands announced on Monday that "low levels" of listeria had been detected at its plant in Pretoria.

Environmental groups are fuming after Eskom applied for another postponement to regulations that would reduce pollution from one of their power plants.

A plethora of problems face Southern and Northern family agricultures in the current neo-liberal era of financial capital domination worldwide, and has paved the way for the revival of peasant struggles for their social emancipation and legitimate right of access to land and food. Obviously, such struggles also concern all categories of workers and people because what is at stake is the challenge to reach food sovereignty and to build our societies at the local, national and global levels, on the principles of social justice, equality and real democracy.

Moody’s has criticised the city of Cape Town over its handling of the water-supply crisis, saying it will have severe consequences for the city’s long-term finances.

Despite reports that the Western Cape was out of the danger zone‚ the Gift of the Givers has dispersed 120 tons of water from its Joburg office to parts of the drought-stricken province‚ saying som