R1 million fines paid for environmental transgressions in Cacadu farming sector

Aug 29, 2013
The Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEDEAT) MEC, Mcebisi Jonas encourages farmers and businesses to follow regulated processes when conducting
R1 million fines paid for environmental transgressions in Cacadu farming sector

Botswana: Leading a course to water

Jul 30, 2013
Caption: Obonetswe Leoto (middle) waits his turn for water with two friends. Image by Stephanie Koch. Botswana 2013. Unlike most nine year olds, Obonetswe Leoto hates
Botswana: Leading a course to water

Thirst widespread in mineral wealth Botswana

Jul 30, 2013
After diamonds were discovered 50 years ago, Botswana transformed itself from one the poorest countries in the world to an “African Miracle,” complete with one
Thirst widespread in mineral wealth Botswana

Unilever supports the Wildlands Recycled PC project

Jul 30, 2013
At the beginning of June, 45 laptops, 50 desktop computers and three printers were dropped off at the Wildlands Conservation Trust’s head office in Hilton
Unilever supports the Wildlands Recycled PC project

EIA: Renewables and nuclear ‘world’s fastest’ growing energy sources

Jul 30, 2013
Renewable energy and nuclear power are the world's fastest-growing energy sources, each increasing by 2.5% per year, according to a new report by the Energy
EIA: Renewables and nuclear ‘world’s fastest’ growing energy sources

Namibia ready to host COP 11: Pohamba

Jul 30, 2013
Namibia President Hifikepunye Pohamba says Namibia is ready to host the 11th Conference of the Parties (COP 11) of the United Nations Convention to Combat
Namibia ready to host COP 11: Pohamba

Namibia to provide seeds to drought and flood affected farmers

Jul 29, 2013
The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry will provide free seeds to drought and flood affected rain-fed agronomic farmers across Namibia. The free seed provision will,
Namibia to provide seeds to drought and flood affected farmers

Inhabitants of the Caprivi region urged to register the land they occupy

Jul 29, 2013
The Governor of the Caprivi region says, his office has received numerous reports of disputes over land in the region. Alufea Sampofu notes that the
Inhabitants of the Caprivi region urged to register the land they occupy

First test tube-grown beef will be served in London restaurant this week

Aug 29, 2013
The artificial burger will be cooked and served for the first time this week It cost in the region of £250,000 to produce the prototype The
First test tube-grown beef will be served in London restaurant this week

Zimbabwe’s avoidable food crisis

Jul 27, 2013
Nearly a decade after embarking on a controversial land reform programme, Zimbabwe, once a regional bread basket, is now suffering acute food shortages. In May
Zimbabwe’s avoidable food crisis

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