Millions at risk as Ethiopia suffers worst drought in a generation

Jan 29, 2016
People in parts of Ethiopia are walking for two days to get water for their families and animals as the country suffers its worst drought
Millions at risk as Ethiopia suffers worst drought in a generation

New species of bee described from South Africa

Jan 29, 2016
The Nama Karoo, commonly known as Namaqualand, is a Conservation International (CI) biodiversity hotspot. This is mostly because of the uniqueness and diversity of the
New species of bee described from South Africa

HWSETA Joins Forces with UP Faculty of Veterinary Science in Skills Development Initiatives

Jan 29, 2016
Onderstepoort, 28 January 2016: The marked growth in South Africa’s human and animal populations within an environment characterised by climate change, emerging pathogens and toxic
HWSETA Joins Forces with UP Faculty of Veterinary Science in Skills Development Initiatives

South Africa’s preliminary maize production forecast

Jan 29, 2016
Grain SA expressed their surprise about the size of the preliminary production forecast that was published by the National Crop Estimates Committee (NCEC) on 27
South Africa’s preliminary maize production forecast

Living Wild – An invisible home on South African nature reserve for sale

Jan 27, 2016
f you are dreaming of a home in unspoiled Africa, living among the continent’s big game animals and astonishing bird life, there is a small
Living Wild – An invisible home on South African nature reserve for sale

South African grapes back in Thailand after eight years

Jan 27, 2016
The South African Table Grape Industry (SATI) announced today the official reopening of the Thai market for South African table grape exports. This market was
South African grapes back in Thailand after eight years

Underberg CREW finds critically rare Gladiolus loteniensis

Jan 27, 2016
The critically rare Gladiolus loteniensis is endemic to the Upper Loteni River Valley in the Central Drakensberg, where it was first located in 1982, by
Underberg CREW finds critically rare Gladiolus loteniensis

8 quick tips for cutting lunchtime waste

Jan 25, 2016
When you add up the aluminum foil you used to wrap your sandwich, the yogurt you brought for dessert, and the can of soda you
8 quick tips for cutting lunchtime waste

KZN hosts inter-faith “Prayer for Rain”

Jan 25, 2016
Pretoria – KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu has expressed his appreciation to all the religious leaders who participated in the inter-faith “Prayer for Rain", as the
KZN hosts inter-faith “Prayer for Rain”

World-class smart metering competences move closer to Turkey’s utilities

Jan 25, 2016
The demand for intelligent solutions for running a better and more efficient supply business is growing in Turkey. Now one of the world’s leading suppliers
World-class smart metering competences move closer to Turkey’s utilities

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