eThekwini municipality to install solar panels at Moses Mabhida Stadium, other facilities

Apr 30, 2015
The eThekwini municipality will invest R8.7-million in placing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, uShaka Marine World, Kings Park swimming pool, the
eThekwini municipality to install solar panels at Moses Mabhida Stadium, other facilities

Half of hot weather extremes caused by climate change – Study

Apr 30, 2015
Extreme weather including torrential rains and burning heat is becoming a regular occurrence with new research indicating that more than half of hot weather extremes
Half of hot weather extremes caused by climate change – Study

Onshore wind industry contributes over £799 million of economic benefit in Wales

Apr 29, 2015
Wales gains over £799 million of economic benefit from its local onshore wind industry, according to new figures released by RenewableUK. Of that, benefits to
Onshore wind industry contributes over £799 million of economic benefit in Wales

UN to support fight against poaching in Africa

Apr 29, 2015
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has said it will support efforts to fight against poaching as well as illegal sale of Africa's wildlife products. The
UN to support fight against poaching in Africa

African leaders to develop common plan for stopping wildlife crime

Apr 29, 2015
Brazzaville– African Heads of State, government representatives and experts are gathering at the International Conference on Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora in Africa
African leaders to develop common plan for stopping wildlife crime

SAA bans transportation of endangered wildlife hunting trophies

Apr 29, 2015
South African Airways (SAA) has placed an immediate ban on transportation of hunting trophies of endangered wildlife. According to Tim Clyde-Smith, SAA’s Country Manager, Australasia, SAA
SAA bans transportation of endangered wildlife hunting trophies

SANParks CEO congraturates KNP rangers on arrests of suspected poachers

Apr 29, 2015
There has been a rise in the number of arrests of suspected poachers in the Kruger National Park (KNP) since the beginning of April of
SANParks CEO congraturates KNP rangers on arrests of suspected poachers

China, Japan, South Africa the renewable energy hot-spots

Apr 29, 2015
China connected over 5GW of solar power to the grid in the first quarter of the year, according to a statement from the National Energy
China, Japan, South Africa the renewable energy hot-spots

Bearded vultures are the most punk rock animals in the world

Apr 29, 2015
This is the bearded vulture. It lives in the mountains so it can look down on us all. It smashes bones for a living. It
Bearded vultures are the most punk rock animals in the world

Expected sharp fall in Southern African maize production raises food security concerns

Apr 28, 2015
Harvest could dip 26 percent below 2014 bumper level, pushing up prices and increasing import needs 28 April 2015, Rome - Southern Africa's maize harvest is
Expected sharp fall in Southern African maize production raises food security concerns

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