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Hugo Ngcobo plays his part in environmental awareness

By Mduduzi Malinga  Brand South Africa in collaboration with the Songimvelo Recycle, hosted a recycling event in September in...

Hugo Ngcobo plays his part in environmental awareness

By Mduduzi Malinga  Brand South Africa in collaboration with the Songimvelo Recycle, hosted a recycling event in September in...

Introducing South Africa’s New Green Queen

  As spring begins to blossom and the sun begins to shine, Miss Earth South Africa, Nompumelelo Maduna, prepares...

SADC Chairperson, His Excellency Dr. Hage G. Geingob speaks on the effects of Cyclone...

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) notes with great sadness the devastation caused by the recent tropical Cyclone Idai in the SADC region, in...

Africa can lead the way on climate change

The continent needs a ten-fold increase in power generation to provide all Africans with access to electricity by 2030. This would be a triple win for people, power and planet, says the Africa Progress Report 2015, and would provide the climate leadership that is lacking at the international level.

South Africa takes the green road

South Africa is taking bold steps to fight climate change, from investing heavily in the green economy to promoting renewable energy resources and green building practices. Its focus is heavily underlined by its development finance institution, the Industrial Development Corporation, which has a key focus on the sector.

South Africa takes the green road

South Africa is taking bold steps to fight climate change, from investing heavily in the green economy to promoting renewable energy resources and green building practices. Its focus is heavily underlined by its development finance institution, the Industrial Development Corporation, which has a key focus on the sector.

South Africa turns attention to water

South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world, and millions of mostly rural people do not have access to clean running water. The state is working to bring water to everyone, though, and a waste water treatment works opened in Limpopo on 31 October is the latest in a list of interventions being undertaken.

South Africa turns attention to water

South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world, and millions of mostly rural people do not have access to clean running water. The state is working to bring water to everyone, though, and a waste water treatment works opened in Limpopo on 31 October is the latest in a list of interventions being undertaken.

Linzi Lewis: eco-warrior for environmental awareness

Linzi LewisLinzi Lewis wears many hats; she describes herself as an urban geographer and ethno-botanist. Fiercely protective of her Mother Earth, she says she is constantly mindful of her relationship between herself and the planet.