30 shortlisted filmmakers will be selected and flown to Los Angeles for the awards ceremony, taking place on 22 February 2023.
A South African court has upheld a ban imposed on energy giant Shell from using seismic waves to explore for oil and gas.
The young males cheetah were held in the Babanango boma for a few weeks for the pre-release phase and monitoring.
Repackaging your business: thirty per cent of consumers say they plan to shop exclusively with sustainable microbusinesses in the future
Bridgestone South Africa donates 300 fruit trees to 10 schools in the Brits area as part of the Trees of Hope initiative.
The carnivorous animal was subjected to a funny version of ‘duck, duck tiger’ as the clever little bird effortlessly slipped away.
China’s Covid-19 mass testing mantra has generated a sheer amount of medical waste at a scale that is practically unseen in the human history
A California court has ruled that bees are a type of fish to protect them under the state’s endangered species act.
A man is now facing serious charges after he was caught and arrested for picking flowers in the Table Mountain National Park.
Researchers reported on Wednesday that swapping half of red meat consumption for microbe based beef, would reduce tree loss and CO2 pollution.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is calling on citizens from across the world to fight climate change with #ChangeTheJourney.
Human activities and climate change have combined to turn Sawa lake in Iraq’s southern province into a barren wasteland with piles of salt
Dozens of forest rangers, firefighters and volunteers struggled Monday to stem a blaze that broke out in Kenya’s Aberdare national park at the weekend, as suspicions of arson emerged.
For weeks they dreamt of returning to the homes they fled when a volcano erupted on the Spanish island of La Palma.
Almost every country on Earth could experience extremely hot years every other year by 2030, according to new research Thursday highlighting the outsized contribution of emissions from the world’s major polluters.
General Motors launched its all-electric Chevrolet Silverado on Wednesday, formally entering a contest for the lucrative US pickup market against fellow Detroit giant Ford as well as Tesla and other electric vehicle upstarts.
A jaguar named Jatobazinho was released into a national park in Argentina Friday as part of a program to boost the numbers of this endangered species.
At the end of October, a presidential candidate stirred up old memories when proposing to send corrupt politicians to Colombia’s notorious former island prison of Gorgona.