2 Pakistani men arrested in South Africa after found with abalone

Jul 30, 2014
South African Police Service’s  Kimberley Crime Prevention Unit and Flying Squad members arrested two Pakistani men for illegal possession of abalone and transportation of abalone.
2 Pakistani men arrested in South Africa after found with abalone

Kenya: Officials warn ‘no alcohol for roadside baboons’

Jul 30, 2014
Travellers along one of Kenya's busiest highways have been warned not to give alcohol to baboons, it is reported. The Kenya Wildlife Service says it is
Kenya: Officials warn ‘no alcohol for roadside baboons’

Bentley awarded Carbon Trust Standard

Jul 30, 2014
Bentley has been awarded the triple Carbon Trust Standard for carbon, water and waste reduction; importantly, they are the first automotive manufacturer to achieve this
Bentley awarded Carbon Trust Standard

Archbishop Desmond Tutu supports call for University of Cape Town to divest fossil fuels

Jul 30, 2014
My dear friends at the University of Cape Town, Climate change has become a profound and growing human rights issue, a threat to all of us,
Archbishop Desmond Tutu supports call for University of Cape Town to divest fossil fuels

Six City eco-centres receive International Eco-Centre Award from WESSA

Jul 30, 2014
WESSA (the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) very proudly awarded the International Eco-Centre Award to six eco-centres in the Western Cape in July. 
Six City eco-centres receive International Eco-Centre Award from WESSA

Miss SA Rolene Strauss shows support for casual day

Jul 29, 2014
Miss South African 2014, Rolene Strauss continued a 20 year tradition by showing her support for Casual Day. She recently visited a Casual Day participating
Miss SA Rolene Strauss shows support for casual day

We Are Making Ebola Outbreaks Worse by Cutting Down Forests

Jul 28, 2014
Epidemiologists explain how human activity helps spread the deadly virus in West Africa. In a relentless sweep across Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, the largest outbreak
We Are Making Ebola Outbreaks Worse by Cutting Down Forests

AgriBizNiz Summit – Addressing Agricultural Needs

Jul 24, 2014
Agriculture remains one of the key drivers for expanding economic development in Africa, especially for the millions of inhabitants that rely on agriculture – directly
AgriBizNiz Summit – Addressing Agricultural Needs

Big Names on Board for African Farmers Workshop and Expo

Jul 24, 2014
Several leading agricultural organisations and suppliers have added their weight to this year’s African Farmers Workshop and Expo (AFWE) which takes place from 12 to
Big Names on Board for African Farmers Workshop and Expo

World Nature Conservation Day – 28 July: A Tale of Two Conservation Strategies

Jul 24, 2014
By Adam Cruise As today is World Nature Conservation Day it may be fitting to bring up the current but somewhat prickly dispute regarding the conservation
World Nature Conservation Day – 28 July: A Tale of Two Conservation Strategies

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