Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane, said the impact of sand river mining on South Africa’s waterways could no longer be ignored.
The Western Cape provincial government reports that there have been 56 confirmed cases of avian flu in that province during the current outbreak.
Trophy hunting, although it is frowned upon by many, remains a significant cash cow for the South African economy.
With recent news that both South Africa and Nigeria have finally crawled out of their economic recessions, many are looking forward to seeing how the respective countries adapt to the current economic climate.
Green homes are becoming an increasingly popular option for South Africans, which has created a demand for more green building projects.
The City of Ekurhuleni has embarked on a campaign to reduce its water losses by 34 percent, starting with the rollout of a programme to install new water meters in Tsakane.
On Thursday night the fire forced the 12 Apostles Hotel and Spa to be evacuated after the blaze moved more close to the hotel.
A dodgy phosphate operation mining bordering the West Coast National Park and near the environmentally sensitive Langebaan Lagoon has been slapped with an interdict to stop it dewatering the Elandsfontein aquifer.
People on the Highveld are dying prematurely and suffering from respiratory and cardiac illnesses because of the government’s controversial non-enforcement of minimum emission standards for Eskom and Sasol.
A lot has been said about the muzo, Cici and the kwaito king Arthur Mafokate in the past couple of weeks. This time Arthur shares a bit of his side of the story.