Recycling waste water: Indonesia and South Africa

Aug 30, 2014
Anglo American has invested almost US$100 million in a water reclamation plant to treat underground water from its mining operations situated in the Witbank coalfields
Recycling waste water: Indonesia and South Africa

Bring On the Okra-Stabilized Ice Cream

Aug 28, 2014
Okra's slime is often used as a thickener in soups and stews, but it's an extract from its fiber that melt help ice cream stay
Bring On the Okra-Stabilized Ice Cream

Sorry Bill Gates, You Are Wrong on Renewable Energy

Aug 26, 2014
by Jigar Shah Bill Gates just blogged on energy poverty. In that post, he agrees with the political scientist Bjorn Lomborg, who “argues that before
Sorry Bill Gates, You Are Wrong on Renewable Energy

Tech Firms Help Farmers Combat Climate Change

Aug 26, 2014
Panasonic, Fujitsu and other Japanese technology firms, looking for ways to offset decreased demand for their consumer electronics, are producing automated greenhouses and sensor-controlled fields
Tech Firms Help Farmers Combat Climate Change

Suspected Zim man’s body found in Mapungubwe National Park

Aug 26, 2014
South African National Parks (SANParks) confirms that a body of a male estimated to be in his early forties was discovered in the Western side
Suspected Zim man’s body  found in Mapungubwe National Park

Free Access to National Parks Starts in 2 Weeks

Aug 26, 2014
South African National Park (SANParks) is again opening its doors for free from Monday, 8 September until Friday, 12 September as part of the annual
Free Access to National Parks Starts in 2 Weeks

Cape Town transport goes green

Aug 25, 2014
Pretoria - The City of Cape Town has taken public transport to the next level with the launch of its first green transport facility. The Wallacedene
Cape Town transport goes green

Climate Change Is Contaminating Your Drinking Water With Feces

Aug 25, 2014
It's not all hurricanes and floods. Expect sewage in your drinking water. We've all heard the global-warming horror stories. Rising seas will eventually sink coastal cities
Climate Change Is Contaminating Your Drinking Water With Feces

South African government honours women in water

Aug 25, 2014
Rustenburg – Fifty women, who risk life and limb to pick up litter on the banks of the Swartkops River in the Eastern Cape, have
South African government  honours women in water

Women key to rural food production

Aug 25, 2014
Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), Senzeni Zokwana, says the contribution made by women in the farming sector cannot be under-estimated as this is
Women key to rural food production

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