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Nelson Mandela, as many have pointed out, had a complicated relationship with Cape Town. This weekend, mourners gathered to grieve and celebrate.
South African companies continue to excel in the field of climate change reporting disclosure.
Amidts our intense summer heat, Cape Town firefighters responded to several tragic incidents over the past weekend.
It is possible for us to use more recycled materials in the manufacturing process, such as reconditioned solar equipment, fire proof recycled pulp and re-manufactured flooring.
The summit has already attracted the interest of energy professionals both here in South Africa and abroad as industry strives to understand the opportunities that exist in the Hydrogen Power space.
The Cape Province's results of the 28th International Coastal Clean Up show improved community involvement and a disturbing increase in micro-debris.
Pollution costs China billions of dollars a year in health and other losses, but that hasn’t slowed China’s growth. Necessity places this great city ahead of most in fixing humanity’s shared global warming problem.
Polar bear mothers will have a harder time carrying cubs to term as Arctic sea ice dwindles, according to a new study.
While the cost of electricity steadily rises and the demand for energy increases, South Africa, a country boasting abundant sunlight, continues to dig deep for high-quality coal to power the nation.
Ecuador's Interior Ministry said the NGO, known as Fundación Pachamama, was "affecting the public peace."
South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world. It has an annual rainfall of just under 500 mm per annum, which is far below the global average of 860 mm. The country’s limited water resources are faced with challenges such as climate change and pollution.