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    9 myths about mental health and illness

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    There are many myths and stigmas about mental health and illness due to a lack of understanding. Mental illnesses are real diseases that affect...

    After The Police Teargas Came The Stillborn Baby

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    "He was going to be our first son. His father always talked about how he will take him to work with him and leave...

    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...

    UNICEF says 2.1 billion people still lack basic water and sanitation...

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    Globally 844 million people still lack even basic water services. That’s 844 million people who have to travel long distances to collect contaminated water...

    Other than politicians, these are the snakes you may find in...

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    Living in the most populated city in South Africa, you’d expect being exposed to potentially dangerous wildlife is something you’d only hear from Americans...

    PART TWO: Zero Interest in net-zero, Atlantis community members say

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    The construction of a solar plant in Atlantis is one of the City of Cape Town’s (COCT) many projects to depend less on our...

    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...

    21 tips for the privileged facing lifestyle shifts as #DayZero hits

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    As the water crisis in the Western Cape reaches increasingly worrying stages, it's become evident that #DayZero is almost inevitable. As a result of...

    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...

    Communities Join Hands To Assist KZN Floods Victims

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    Calls for aid relief for Durban Floods has been made, this after hundreds of people were left displaced by devastating torrential rains that swept...

    Why You Shouldn’t Support Captive Lion Breeding

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    Captive lion breeding is a cruel but legal practice that still happens in South Africa. Lions are bred in private farms where they are...

    Cyclone Idai & Kenneth Damage: How Climate Change Affects Children The...

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    Cyclone Kenneth and Idai both hit the Mozambican coast less than a month apart. The damage from both the cyclones wreaked havoc on the...

    8 South African Organisations Combating Climate Change

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    By now, we’ve all (hopefully) accepted the scientifically established fact that human-caused climate change is real. In September last year, the world’s leading climate...

    Why everyone needs to be advocating for menstrual rights

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    Another week, another amazing conversation!  This week we chatted to the Minister of Menstruation Candice Chirwa (if you don’t know her, where have you been...

    The Dagga Party: How Cannabis Can Unlock The Economy To The...

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    Unlocking the legislation criminalising cannabis in South Africa can completely transform the economy, according to The Dagga Party of South Africa also known as...

    Cyclone Idai: Tough Press Laws Hinder Reporting From Mozambique

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    Cyclone Idai has devastated Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. The cyclone hit Mozambique's second-largest port city of Beira on March 14 before it had...