‘Tragically it is the poor nations and the developing world that remain vulnerable to the threat and the crisis of climate change’ – Zikalala
Enviornmentalists and fisherfolk have joined hands to express their opposition to oil and gas drilling off the coastline saying the ocean should be preserved for fishing, surfing and other recreational activities.
Amended lockdown regulations in terms of the Directions for the Biodiversity Sector for Alert Level 3 will now make provision for hunters to stay overnight at their hunting destinations.
Sars said the consignment of six boxes, containing the horns that had been concealed in carbon paper and foil, was destined for Kuala Lampur in Malaysia
The power station has been emanating well over the allowed amounts of particulate emissions for some time, and is now ordered to shut down.
Once the fines had been paid, the six trawlers were released and monitored as they transited South African waters.
Barbara Creecy said fishermen in the Northern and Western Cape may travel across provinces to catch snoek during lockdown.
The Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, Barbara Creecy recently stressed the need for environmental literacy after it was found that more than half of South Africans had never heard of climate change.
A Maties student recently designed edible straws called Eat Me Straws that do not become mushy when you put them in a wet substance.
Every year during Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup, hundreds of thousands of volunteers comb lakes, rivers, and beaches around the world for trash. Find a cleanup near you and join the movement.
It is time to register your clean-ups for this year’s Clean-up and Recycle SA Week taking place from 16 to 21 September 2019 all over SA.
National government has been called in to help deal with the ongoing environmental crisis caused by the Sunfoil oil spill into the Msunduzi River.
An emergency meeting was held following public outcry against the octopus fishing industry.
National Environment month is celebrated every year in June, with the South African government focused on raising awareness about climate change.
The restoration of the eThekwini Municipality has begun
The conference ends on 14 December 2018.
Unfortunately, the name Nomvula Mokonyane does not fill many people with confidence. But she’s just landed her third cabinet position this year…
The South African government has started to take steps to manage the problem.
There are currently 2,034 alien species which have established themselves in South Africa.
Department of Environmental Affairs’ commitment to declare 21 new protected areas has stalled
How has the Louisiana crawfish ended up in the Free State?
Plastic pollution is finding its way into the drinking water of Gauteng -The Department of Environmental Affairs considers waging war on microbeads.
Another government website was down as a result of apparent hacking.
These are the types of projects that could really transform the South African economy.
We have all the numbers on arrests, convictions, and the amount of rhinos being poached