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2015/07/27 12:15
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The president of the Professional Hunters’ Association of South Africa (Phasa) has asked the association to reconsider its position on lion hunting, which he has described as no longer tenable and a...
2015/07/27 12:15
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2015/07/24 14:29
2015/07/24 14:29
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Minister Molewa to plant trees during Mandela Month in Sunway Informal Settlement, Hartebeespoort The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa will lead a greening campaign on Saturday, 25...
2015/07/24 08:34
2015/07/24 08:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSSAA Cargo has been engaging with the Department of Environmental Affairs on the issue. PICTURE: Leon Nicholas Cape Town – Anything seems to go in business these days. I received...
2015/07/24 08:29
2015/07/24 08:29
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Minister of Environmental Affairs welcomes SAA cargo decision to lift the embargo on the transport of hunting trophies The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs. Edna Molewa has welcomed the lifting...
2015/07/23 15:03
2015/07/23 15:03
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The Department of Environmental Affairs said on Thursday the expedition aimed to fill a significant research void in the ocean and climate numerical models‚ which were unable to accurately simulate...
2015/07/23 07:18
2015/07/23 07:18
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A file image of a male lion. Credit: pixabay South Africa Airways (SAA) Cargo has lifted the ban on selected hunting trophies, SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali confirmed. "There will be a media briefing...
2015/07/22 23:03
2015/07/22 23:03
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The birds are a tourist draw - the Boulders reserve attracted 691171 visitors last year, while 359149 people went to Robben Island, off Cape Town, where about 2000 pairs nest. Bird numbers at the...
2015/07/22 20:22
2015/07/22 20:22
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South Africa's largest airline, South African Airways, lifted a ban today that had prohibited the transportation of hunting trophies like the heads or carcasses of elephants, rhinos, and lions,...
2015/07/21 05:18
2015/07/21 05:18
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A group of international experts has warned the Committee of Inquiry commissioned to evaluate the feasibility of an international trade in rhino horn that even the suggestion of trade would almost...
2015/07/20 10:29
2015/07/20 10:29
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The Department of Environmental Affairs' (DEA) SA Agulhas II will embark on a winter research expedition on Monday 20 July 2015, at the East Pier quay V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. DEA in collaboration...
2015/07/17 13:29
2015/07/17 13:29
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Minister of Environmental Affairs Mrs Edna Molewa convenes stakeholder engagement to address issues around lion breeding and hunting The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa has held a...
2015/07/17 07:30
2015/07/17 07:30
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South Africa and the EU reaffirm shared commitment to address the climate change challenge The South African Government and the European Commission discussed today the pressing issue of climate...
2015/07/17 07:30
2015/07/17 07:30
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Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs leads International Nelson Mandela Day in Memel, Free State Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs, Ms Barbara Thomson led the Department's commemorations...
2015/07/17 03:15
2015/07/17 03:15
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COMMENT Big industry has decided that South Africa should not do anything about climate change. This is how the Chemical and Allied Industries Association (CAIA) puts it in a presentation to the...
2015/07/16 20:39
2015/07/16 20:39
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Keep Hammond Beautiful is among 32 Louisiana nonprofit organizations to receive grant funding from Keep Louisiana Beautiful as part of the 2015-16 Health Communities Grant Program, a news release...
2015/07/16 06:29
2015/07/16 06:29
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The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has noted the recent media reports regarding the decline in population numbers of the African Penguin, due to lack of food. In 2010, the DEA, CapeNature...
2015/07/16 06:29
2015/07/16 06:29
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The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa, will accompany the European Commission's Vice President Maroš Šefčovič to the Khangezile Primary School in KwaThema, east of Johannesburg, on...
2015/07/14 17:22
2015/07/14 17:22
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Farm workers from Wood at Heart Project near Ficksburg in eastern Free State have been protesting for over two weeks. The farm is one of the projects funded by the National Department of Environmental...
2015/07/14 06:34
2015/07/14 06:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAA senior government minister said work on the controversial N2 Wild Coast toll road would start in September next year. File picture: John Clarke Durban - A senior government...
2015/07/13 09:31
2015/07/13 09:31
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Francistown — Prompt restoration of the aquatic ecosystem has been deemed vital in addressing the current deteriorating state of the Tati River. Speaking during the stakeholder's workshop in...
2015/07/27 12:15
2015/07/27 12:15
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