Poor nutrition in early childhood has a number of negative consequences for people later in life, according to Professor Daniela Casale, from Wits University’s School of Economic and Business Scien
Water use in Cape Town has increased by 5% over the past week to 542 million litres of water per day, Deputy Mayor Ian Neilson on Monday.
An inaccessible fire on the upper slopes of Table Mountain near Kirstenbosch, has forced firefighters to abandon their fire trucks and hike up the mountain instead.
The Department of Water and Sanitation to host the media and a delegation from the Nigerian Integrated Water Resources Management Commission at the Vaal Dam
The Department of Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development (READ) would like to confirm that parts of the Bokone Bophirima province has been hit by an outbreak of High Pathogenic Avian Influ
Researchers Monday called on African governments to develop and implement home grown policies to help reduce air pollution in the emerging mega-cities.
C40 Cities South Africa Buildings Programme, launched this week in Tshwane, aspires to make zero carbon buildings standard practice across South African cities.
South Africa’s waste- water treatment works are being burdened with increased rates of influents containing a large “cocktail” of chemical pollutants.
South Africa’s state-owned power utility is working with the National Treasury to source more coal for seven of its plants that don’t have adequate supply.
Cereals growers in North Rift region, the country's grain basket, are staring at heavy losses due to the re-emergence of the Fall armyworm.
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