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The South African Weather Service has issued a warning of extremely high fire danger conditions in the Northern Cape and on the West Coast.
We are sad and relieved that Tata Madiba has finally been released to fly free again. And we recommit ourselves to the struggle for climate justice as THE unifying factor which could link all of us passionately devoted to manifesting a fair and healthy world.
The increase in environmental crime has fast become the most unpunished and growing concern both internationally & locally.
Following this year’s launch of the inaugural Tusk Conservation Awards, presented in London by the charity’s Royal Patron HRH The Duke of Cambridge, Tusk is pleased to announce the opening of nominations for the 2014 awards.
There are a number of common herbs we can grow for chickens for general health. Herbs can also be used to treat chooks for infestations of worms, lice and mites.
"The young generation in Africa is increasingly aware of the mounting electricity and energy needs, which go hand in hand with social progress and environmental protection."
Agricultural economists from Stellenbosch University (SU) and the University of Ghent teamed up to study the varied impact of a government food security programme in KwaZulu-Natal.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu urges all to support Gift of the Givers on their relief mission in the Philippines.
“Disciplines have to work together in future to inform lawmakers and policymakers to craft laws that will lead to more safety, security and peace and more co-operation around the world.”