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    The Environment

    How will Shell’s plans affect the Wild Coast, explained

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    Shell has announced that it will carry out a seismic survey from Morgan Bay to Port St Johns off the Wild Coast. The survey...

    EXO Inspires South African EXO-Ls To Give Back

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    The South African EXO fandom known as EXO-Ls showed their love for the K-pop group on its sixth year anniversary by embodying the groups...

    The Kendal Power Station Is Poisoning The Air We Breathe

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    A plume of thick grey smoke hangs over the Kendal power station, situated 40 km west of Witbank in Mpumalanga. (And about 110 km...

    Why Durban’s Beaches Are Vanishing

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    The Durban beachfront is one of South Africa's most iconic attractions. The kilometers-long promenade, sandy beaches, and warm Indian ocean makes it a popular...

    Durban Floods: Devastation Lingers For Victims

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    Torrential rains have wreaked havoc in Durban this week, claiming lives and leaving hundreds of families devastated and destitute after homes were swept away...

    The potential for public  green spaces in combating emissions within coal...

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    Activists and organisations working in and around public green spaces have often remarked how public green spaces are often treated as an afterthought or...

    The Amazon Development might bring jobs while carting away biodiversity

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    The proposed multi-billion rand deal Amazon struck with the City of Cape Town is heading to court. Court papers have been filed by lobby...

    The River Club redevelopment will create both jobs and a beautiful...

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    RIGHT OF REPLY RESPONSE Response by the Liesbeek Leisure Properties Trust. The article “The Amazon Development might bring jobs while carting away biodiversity” (Daily Vox,...

    Tackling Menstruation Stigma Through Education

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    For many menstruators around the world, getting ones period for the first time or every time after that is a frightening experience. Not only...

    Solar powered schoolbags wins young SA entrepreneur recognition

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    An idea to turn plastic bags into school bags that double as solar powered lights that can enable leaners to study after dark has...

    The only vegan at a summer braai: a guide to self...

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    Big gatherings in the summertime can be something to look forward to - but when you're the only vegetarian/vegan among carnivores it can fill...

    Winter has come to South Africa and it’s beautiful!

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    Just when we thought winter was nearing its end, it’s snowing in many parts of South Africa. Temperatures dipped as a cold front swept...

    Despair and anger mark trip to Snake Park

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    Driving to the Snake Park (Doornkop) community and mine, in the heart of Soweto, does not take that long. It is about an hour's...

    The environmental impact of the Amazon development in Cape Town, South...

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    The Amazon Africa development in Cape Town has been one of the most contentious fights in recent South African history. What started out as...

    “There is something sick in the area”

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    Mpho Tshele is a 61-year-old grandmother living in Snake Park, in the heart of Soweto. She looks after her 11-old-grandson, Koketso, who suffers from...

    SA student catches the UN’s attention with ocean pollution poster

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    A South African student’s poster was selected as part of an international design project to raise global awareness about the dangers of extensive plastic...

    Your Palm Oil Consumption Is Killing Orangutans

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    This weekend a heartrending video that showed how palm oil growers wreak destruction on a baby orangutan's rainforest habitat went viral on social media....

    MUT Student’s No Plastic Water Purification Company

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    AS TOLD TO Nkululeko Msomi, a 25-year-old final year chemical engineering student at the Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) is the founder of a...

    Challenging Mental Health Stigma and Discrimination in Black Communities

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    In South Africa, the month of October has been declared Mental Health Awareness Month with the objective of not only educating the public about...

    Wits Project Aims To Create Sustainable And Healthy Eating On Campus

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    Tucked into an inconspicuous corner of West campus at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) is the Wits Food Garden - a beautiful area filled...