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The report Slow Poison: Air pollution, public health and failing government accuses the government of ignoring dangerously high air pollution which is threatening the health of people in a number of...
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... this system works, it will keep sharks and bathers at a safe distance from each other without harming either humans or sharks," the board's CEO Mthokozisi Radebe said on Monday. Testing will be...
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSThe amount is part of a R218m grant from the Dutch and Swedish Postcode Lotteries to the Peace Parks Foundation. Durban - The fight against rhino poaching in KwaZulu-Natal has...
2014/09/12 14:15
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Patrick Bond’s analysis of South Africa’s environmental policy, on the premise that “development of a climate policy is relatively simple”, is misplaced. It does not take into account the realities of...
2014/09/12 08:29
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Pretoria — The South African National Parks (SANParks) has welcomed a group of Vietnamese celebrities, media and top business people visiting the Kruger National Park (KNP) over the next three...
2014/09/10 16:34
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East London - The use of contraceptives for elephants as a management tool, initiated in Addo Elephant National Park last year, is continuing, with the latest round of vaccinations carried out at the...
2014/09/10 13:34
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Durban - The latest “absurdly convoluted” changes to environmental laws, which came into effect earlier this month, appear to have put the mining fox firmly back in charge of the environmental...
2014/09/08 16:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSOtto, a hawksbill sea turtle, washed up at Yzerfontein three months ago and is currently being rehabilitated at the Two Oceans Aquarium. She was given the name after the family...
2014/09/05 12:29
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Pretoria — Government has empowered women in the environmental sector by providing bursaries, learnership programmes and funding their enterprises, Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molelwa...
2014/09/04 13:34
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The once-off sale of government ivory stockpiles in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe in 2008 was sanctioned by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species . Picture: Chris...
2014/09/04 09:03
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KwaZulu-Natal economic development and tourism departmental spokesman Bheko Madlala yesterday confirmed that a decision was taken to conduct an "international study tour" as part of research for the...
2014/09/02 14:34
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Stock picture: The Department of Environmental Affairs has not made a final decision on laying criminal charges against Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife. Durban - Nearly three months after Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife...
2014/09/01 13:34
2014/09/01 13:34
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Durban - The portfolio committee on environmental affairs is to provide Parliament with information on how to crack rhino poaching syndicates, its chairman, Jackson Mthembu, revealed on Sunday, saying...
2014/08/26 05:15
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The vulture’s head sticks out of a bottle, its eye sockets sunken and face feathers ruffled from handling. The bottle stands among many others, although their contents are not as easily...
2014/08/20 13:39
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A report exploring the political economy of energy planning under democracy and the Integrated Energy Planning (IEP) process due to conclude this year was launched by the British High Commission,...
2014/08/20 06:06
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South Africa, home to 80 percent of the world’s rhinos, is considering moving some of the animals out of Kruger National Park, its biggest game reserve, to keep poachers at bay. “The board is...
2014/08/19 10:34
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The R1bn redevelopment of Valkenberg Hospital will include mostly single-storey buildings because of staff shortages. Photo: THOMAS HOLDER Cape Town - The R1 billion redevelopment of Valkenberg...
2014/08/18 22:29
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Pretoria — The Department of Basic Education has built 74 schools, which have changed the experience of learning and teaching for thousands of pupils and teachers. "As at 18 August, we have built 70...
2014/08/18 19:34
2014/08/18 19:34
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Durban - Poachers could wipe out all of KwaZulu-Natal’s estimated 4 000 rhinos in our lifetime, a wildlife investigator has warned, saying there have been too few arrests and hardly any of the horns...
2014/08/18 15:18
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Officer arrested for attempted rhino poaching Eight other suspects were arrested at a game farm in Limpopo. FILE: A rhino bull which was moved from Limpopo to the Western Cape in May 2014. Picture:...
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