30.3.2020 09:55 am
Nature along KZN’s coast is slowly improving amid the 21-day lockdown, with shark nets and drumlines temporarily removed.
All over the world, reports are being received about the resurgence of nature as humans are forced to stay indoors amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A fire in the Du Toitskloof Pass area near Paarl has destroyed almost 6,000 hectares of mixed fynbos and continues to burn out of control, Cape Winelands District Municipality said on Saturday morning.
Other factories were being investigated for spilling effluent, including oils, chemicals and animal skins, into the Vals River and into the sewerage system.
The novel is a unique, uplifting, educational read that has the potential to turn climate change denialists into passionate conservationists.
Live entertainment will keep the good vibes going and everyone is asked to avoid plastic waste.
According to an energy expert, the price for a fully installed solution varied, but standard domestic installations could cost around R200K.
Many people like to venture out and experience the full South African wilderness.
Greenpeace Africa’s political advisor Happy Khambule said they welcomed Ramaphosa’s announcement that the climate crisis is being taken seriously.
Despite being a UNESCO heritage site, illegal loggers are plundering this biological and archaeological asset.
Insects play a crucial role in maintaining healthy ecosystems and ensuring food security. This is why a group of scientists from the Stellenbosch University want to change people’s mindsets to be kinder to our insect friends.
The promenade has come at great cost, in monetary terms as well as the continual pumping of sand on the beach which will ensure the slow death of all marine life on Vetch’s Pier.
Last year, the department of water and sanitation set aside R341 million for the resuscitation of all wastewater treatment infrastructure in the Vaal Triangle.
Not only does the centre rescue and rehabilitate injured or vulnerable owls, it also runs a rat-trap project to decrease the use of poison.
Their creative, persistent efforts to change the way people think about ecosystems, endangered species and poaching is an example to many African countries.
The project by Konica Minolta South Africa with Food and Trees for Africa is in gratitude for his passion for the youth and education in South Africa.