SA’s drive to boost the renewable energy sector has received a boost following the signing of a $300m loan agreement between the New Development Bank (NDB) and Development Bank of Southern Africa (
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
The Western Indian Ocean, comprising nine African countries and Réunion (an island under France), has a 10 000 km stretch of coastline with crystal clear waters and rich coral reefs.
South Africa’s rolling blackouts are costing the country tens of millions of dollars a day in lost productivity, say energy experts.
The transition to renewable energy could result in cheaper, cleaner and more reliable electricity supply for SA, according to a new study.
After two decades of little or no maintenance of municipal sewerage plants, corruption and indifference, South Africans are vulnerable to medieval, waterborne diseases and something even more serio
The Seychelles’ capital of Victoria has been ranked 5th in Africa in a quality of life survey by an American consulting firm.
South Africa faces a "transition risk" of $124 billion between now and 2035 if it carries on with business as usual while the rest of the world cuts greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris
Minerals Council SA has filed an application for a judicial review of the recently gazetted Mining Charter, citing problems with certain clauses, saying past deals were not sufficiently recognised.
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