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    The Environment

    An Open Letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa

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    Dear President Cyril Ramaphosa, Demand for an emergency sitting of Parliament to deliberate on the recently issued UN report on 1.5°C increase in planetary temperature...

    Xolobeni Continues To Fight Against A Mine It Doesn’t Want

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    "In Xolobeni we live in a very traditional way that one can never be compensated for if one is ever removed from the land...

    Here’s How Plastic Is Destroying Our Ocean

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    On June 5th, World Environment Day was celebrated. It marks the day on which the United Nations (UN) uses to encourage awareness and action...

    9 Changes You Can Make To Be More Environmentally-Conscious

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    The way you live has a profound impact on the environment. It affects the weather, the quality of air you breathe, the survival of...

    Sip Conscious Straws, An Environmentally Conscious Alternative To Plastic Straws

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    "What's the point of having a straw - usually a plastic straw?" asked Aaliyah Kathrada, co-founder of Sip Conscious Straws in an interview with...

    The Black Mambas Fight Poachers And Stereotypes

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    The Black Mambas are an all-women poaching unit based within the Baule Nature Reserve which is situated within the Kruger National Park. Hailed as...

    Mining Affected Communities Come Out In Support Of Xolobeni

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    Tuesday, 24 April marked the second day of the court proceedings between the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC), the department of mineral resources (DRM), and...

    The Xolobeni Community Is Fighting For A Voice In Mining Decisions

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    From Monday 23 April until Wednesday 25 April, the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) will be meeting the department of mineral resources (DMR) and Australian...

    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...

    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...

    Why Numsa and NUM Hate The New Independent Power Producers Deal

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    On Wednesday, energy minister Jeff Radebe signed a R55.92 billion contract with 27 independent renewable energy power producers which is set to produce more...

    Numsa: Workers Are Sidelined In The Renewable Energy Debate

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    Over the weekend, the National Union of Mineworkers South Africa (Numsa) released a strongly worded statement expressing disappointment in an earlier statement released by...

    Why SA’s Renewable Energy Project Is Still On The Rocks

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    In early March, the new minister of energy Jeff Radebe announced that 27 independent renewable energy power projects would be signed by the state...

    City of Cape Town: Aquifer Drill Sites Are Screened By Environmental...

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    Last week, The Daily Vox wrote an article regarding how the Day Zero preparations that have been ongoing in the City of Cape Town...

    Day Zero Preparations Could Have A Severe Ecological Impact

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    The City of Cape Town has managed to push back Day Zero, the moment when municipal water supply would be cut for most households...

    Can I Have A Straw With That?

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    We are currently facing a huge environmental crisis worldwide - the impacts of plastic on the environment are not only a problem in developing...

    The WC drought is battering the agricultural industry

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    The City of Cape Town has managed to delay Day Zero until mid-May, as a result of declining agricultural usage and a generous...

    Not just Cape Town – How SA faces a bleak water...

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    The Institute for Security Studies released a report on Monday detailing how the water crisis in South Africa is much bigger than Cape Town....

    How Cape universities are planning for water restrictions and #DayZero

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    Universities in Cape Town have a predicament on their hands. They have to somehow facilitate thousands of students on their premises in a time...

    “Don’t send water to Cape Town, send money”

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    Social media has been flooded with images of water bottles stacked around, waiting to be sent down to help the residents of Cape Town...